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A Fistful of Fire (Madison Fox, Illuminant Enforcer) (Volume 2) Paperback – June 15, 2016
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In the previous book, Madison was hired as an enforcer with a group that fights supernatural evils, mainly of the demonish sort. She spent her whole life previous to this not knowing that she was literally born to do this job, as she can both see people’s souls and see the evil that humans have no idea exists. She is also able to kill many of the bad creatures with a power she can push from her fingertips. Some of the creatures are a bit harder to take down so other methods are used.
Madison is entering her second week on the job. She becomes aware that the other wardens that oversee territories of the area are all trying to have her boss, Mr. Pitt (yes, his first name is Brad)thrown out of office. So they yank her off her territory and send her to the mall on Black Friday weekend to kill the little citoe’s that jump around on shoppers shoulders causing them to be mean and hateful to others around them. After spending so much time at the mall, she starts being drawn to the closed parking garage on the other side of the mall parking lot. Of course she goes to check things out and what she finds there is the catalyst for quite a bit of the action that happens throughout the rest of read. Meanwhile, her territory is becoming a center for all of the evil in this part of the state-way more evil than the norm.
As with the previous book, Madison is still a bit clueless about the supernatural world. However, where the first book had her completely in the dark about everything, now she does know what’s she up against-well mostly. When a huge threat enters her world, Madison ends up taking it home. Humor? Yes, this was where a good part of the the humor in this book happens. Romance? Still not happening, although she does have a date with the gorgeous veterinarian from the first book. The head enforcer of this area, Niko, is still my choice for her, when it comes to romance.
Madison’s life is really not her own anymore and she’s actually loving it. She went from a girly girl that had no job or savings, to a kick ass enforcer in a one week time span. This book is filled with almost non-stop action. There’s plenty of humor, although maybe not as much as in book one, and Madison really grows into her new role in life. I enjoyed her as a character as before, and all the dysfunctional wardens and enforcers that she meets along the way really add to the story. And I don’t mean dysfunctional in a humorous way! There’s a couple of new characters, Jamie and Val, that I ended up loving-and there’s nothing normal about them! And of course, Madison’s cat, Mr. Bond, was still front and center in Madison’s life. Another good thing, I didn’t figure out the mystery-always a good thing for me.
Bottom line-great read, with memorable characters, surrounded with all sorts of new supernatural types. Highly recommended to UF readers that like humor mixed with the paranormal.
Madison is back, still riding high off her first demon kill. You think that would earn her some brownie points at work, but nope, she's put on mall duty the day after Thanksgiving. Worse, her assignment was to handle citos aka invisible spiders. So now she has handle crazy-ass bargain hunters and spiders......at least she had an enforcer handbook to educate her about all the creatures inhabiting her region.
Let me tell you a little about this book and why it is so wickedly awesome. It can communicate and not in just one word sentences. It gave itself a name - Val (Valentine), had an attitude, and even created a middle finger on one of its blank pages.
It also provided useful intel when her path crossed with other "beings": prajurit (fairies), giant human-size salamanders that start fires, wraith, pooka (wooly mammoth that can shift into a Great Dane and a man), and much more.
BTW: All the creatures/beings she encountered were defined in her hand-dandy talking guide aka Val (Valentine).
See what I mean.....WICKED COOL, right?