Newlywed Tori Lewis wants nothing more than a quiet life with her hunky new husband. She doesn’t expect to walk into a robbery right after her honeymoon. But even more shocking is her discovery that she stopped the gunman with a super power! How did that happen?
Undercover superhero Joe Clarke and his team are investigating a string of missing children. When the father of a lost boy turns up dead, the team must decide if the death is related to the disappearances - or to the super-villain group The Nine.
...to super power!
Meanwhile, Tori decides to try out this superhero thing. She needs a mentor, so she asks Superhero X to help, the only superhero she’s ever met - and the only one she’s ever kissed. As they work together, Tori worries that the superhero is getting too familiar. How can she be attracted to one man when she’s wildly in love with another?
Will she have to choose between her husband and her destiny? No one warned her that love would be so complicated!
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Not very super
Don't take this the wrong way but there was to much God, you can be religious without putting him/her in every conversion. And you can have faith without praying over every little thing. Seems everyone in the book (all but the bad guy anyway) wanted God to control every part of there life to keep them from taking any responsibility.
The base of the story was good but to took to long to get any meat.
Bull, he was the only guy who didn't seem to take him self to seriously.
Maybe I'm still not sure.
There are some messages I'm not sure i like in this book;It's OK to drug your children to keep them in linePeople always putting there spouse over there childrenThe hero's having a blanket if your not with us your against us policy on any one who has powers, unless organized big evil. Then you ignore them till they mess with you first.There are others but there the ones that stuck with me.
- Daniel "I mostly likes me some sword and sorcery, not really in to sifi but theirs a place in my library for anything from John Scalzi."
Great first book in the series!! Give me more!
- K. April Holgate