Friday, July 5, 2013

Super Bad Review

When your mind is a prison, love can set you free.
Ever since her supervillain father experimented on her as a child, Mirabelle “Mirage” Wroth has been able to project unbreakable illusions into the minds of those around her. But when a run-in with an evil Mind Bender snaps a delicate thread in her psyche, she loses control of her gift and can no longer tell where reality ends and illusion begins. Only sanctimonious superhero Captain Justice is immune to her gift and can help her find the truth again—if Mirage can trust another man to define her reality.

Justice is sick of saving damsels in distress–he just wants someone to look beyond the cape to see him—but he can’t turn away from the hauntingly vulnerable Mirage. Suddenly Justice is helping her hide from the police, willing to be downright villainous to be her hero. But as they work to save Mirage from herself, other forces are circling to threaten them both. Tangled in illusions and mind games, can love be real? 

Review: This was a very interesting story, I love a little bad guy rep in my books and it was endearing how all these "bad guys" weren't as villainess as they are made out to be. I mean who does not like a hero who can get a little tainted when he's in love. It was a quick read but it had a good amount of action and seemed to keep up a good pace. No stalling on this road trip. Mirage and Justice paint a cute couple that have issues to work through, aka, insane villain mind f'ed her. Then you have Mirage's domineering big brother. Who doesn't love a protective older brother that even scares Justice. This was just one of those reads that's warm fuzzy and makes you feel like your life could be worse, but hey, it can all work out.