Who ever heard of a school for the children of super heroes? Well, that's what we get here and Ms. Cassidy shows us all the secrets with her usual quirky characters and off-beat sense of humor. We find out that the school is not only for training children how to use the powers they may have inherited but also to keep an eye out for those who may not have the community's best interests at heart. Of course our unwilling "she-roe", Andy Greer, ends up falling for "The Collector". But this is only the first misstep down this twisted path of laughs and chuckles. But keep your cold drink handy because when She-roe and The Collector finally do get together, things really get hot!
If you aren't familiar with Ms. Cassidy's books this is a good place to start. If you already collect them, be sure and add this one to your bookshelf!
Andy Greer is just minding her own business selling ladies footwear when Rotham City's infamous AAAAH -- or The Association for the Advancement of All American Heroes -- comes to kidnap, er, collect her.
Clarke Khent, the world-renowned Collector, comes to collect Andy with the declaration that she's biologically related to one of the most famous crime fighters in the history of crime fighting and now, because her DNA matches, she must participate in a program to determine if she too has special abilities.
Uh, thanks but no thanks! Andy's only superpower consists of hunting down her favorite prey -- Jimmy Choo shoes. Labeled an "unwilling" and thrown into a class full of descendants who really are related to crime-fighting hierarchy, Andy's left in a hot mess of tests and classes she's told will hone her supposed skills. Which is caaaa-razy because Andy has no super anything. Except for her growing super -attraction to Clarke Khent, now one of her instructors, and someone who's totally off-limits to unwillings like herself.
But evil lurks in the heart of Rotham City.
It wants Andy. And her Jimmy Choos too...
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable.