Sarah Valentine is so over seeing drama about her city's superheroes on every newspaper and TV broadcast. Besides, she has her own problems to worry about: her career isn't going anywhere, she doesn't have a boyfriend (or any prospects), and most of her weekends are spent escaping into video games that are way more thrilling than anything that will ever happen to her.
And worst of all, her thirtieth birthday is right around the corner.
But everything changes the day she runs into Nate - a chance encounter with a handsome stranger that turns her quiet life upside down and throws her into the middle of a world of heroes, villains, and adventure.
In We Could Be Villains, Sarah learns that there's a very hazy line between the good guys and the bad guys. With the help of an unexpected journey, a motley team of professionals, and some eye-opening backstory about the heroes she's grown up watching, Sarah just might find the job, romance, and excitement she's been waiting for.
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would try another book by Missy Meyer but would avoid Kat Heiser narration at all costs
the start was very slow, would have made the start more dynamic
anyone who doesn't think an English accent is the same as either Australian or South African
wasn't reading for the romance so nothing
If you're going to do an accent for a character then maybe you should check you can do that accent first rather than insult people with your terrible interpretation. Brits don't sound like a South African or an Australian, if you can't do the accent then just use your normal voice don't attempt it and get it so badly wrong it distracts from the story.
- Some Girl