Relentless by Tera Lynn Childs
(The Hero Agenda)

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...the whole scenario is phoned-in, Malone utilizes a form of mind control that only seems to work when it suits the plot, and Kenna develops a “serum” (more accurately a chemical compound) that magically confers immunity to superpowered but not regular attacks. Even the snogging doesn’t generate much heat in this cliché-ridden climax.
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Synopsis

Revenge is easy, but justice is worth fighting for...

Kenna is tired of being lied to-and hunted by the very allies she once trusted. Unearthing the dark secrets of the superhero world has not only endangered her life, now her boyfriend faces execution for crimes he didn't commit and her mother is being held captive in a secret governmental prison.

Kenna is determined to stand up for what's right and save those she loves from unspeakable fates. It's time for the betrayal to end. It's time for the real criminals to face justice.

But the truth is even more terrifying than Kenna could imagine. A conspiracy threatens the fate of heroes, villains, and all of humanity. If Kenna's going to survive, she must draw on her deepest strength: her resilience. Because when Kenna's pushed to the limit, she doesn't break down. She fights back.

The Hero Agenda Series:
Powerless (Book 1)
Relentless (Book 2)

 

About Tera Lynn Childs

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Tera Lynn Childs is the award-winning author of several books for teens, including the first Sweet Venom novel, the mermaid romances Forgive My Fins, Fins Are Forever, and Just for Fins, as well as another mythology-inspired series, including Oh. My. Gods. and Goddess Boot Camp. Find her online at www.teralynnchilds.com.
 
Published June 7, 2016 by Sourcebooks Fire. 292 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Apr 13 2016

...the whole scenario is phoned-in, Malone utilizes a form of mind control that only seems to work when it suits the plot, and Kenna develops a “serum” (more accurately a chemical compound) that magically confers immunity to superpowered but not regular attacks. Even the snogging doesn’t generate much heat in this cliché-ridden climax.

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