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    Action and lots of laughs!

    This is a really fun book and I laughed my way through the adventure. Madison Fox's a good person, but she's quirky, ditzy, and a magnet for trouble. At 25, she hasn't really found her place in life and is just trying to figure things out. She has a power called "soul-sight" that allows her to see the good and bad in people, both physically and spiritually. It's a very interesting and unique way of viewing the world through "Soul-sight" or "Primordium" as it's later called in the book. The writing's very clever and you're sucked into Madison's world and all of her crazy. And there's a lot of crazy! I squealed like a little girl, when Dr Alex Love asked her on a date, but I'm really curious to see if she ends up with Dr Love or Niko Demitrius(aka Mr Dark and Deadly, her hot, hunky, co-worker). Also, a drunk Bridget(Madison's best friend) is a hilarious Bridget. There's something for everyone in this story, from an evil demon/imps/vervets wreaking havoc, to a video game convention, where Madison's dressed as Lara Croft(padded bra and all), to a hot Vet, to an obese siamese cat, to a secret evil fighting organization, to a temping co-worker, and to vital battles of good vs. evil. The story's full of a ton of adventure, danger, and suspense as to what trouble Madison will get into next. While this is fantasy, the characters are all relatable, likable, and as realistic as possible. I loved how Madison evolved in the book, from scared and unsure to hopeful and determined. Personally, I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series.
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