Superlovin' by Vivi Andrews
(Midnight Justice)

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She could resist this bad boy…if he wasn’t so darned good at it.

A Midnight Justice Story

Darla Powers, a.k.a. DynaGirl, is the Jessica Rabbit of crime fighters, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy finding a date. When her latest ex opines she’s not helpless enough to make him feel manly, she flies off to take out her romantic frustrations on a villain dumb enough to pick tonight to break into a secret government vault.

Lucien Wroth’s father may be a famous supervillain, but Lucien doesn’t see himself as a bad guy. Just one determined to free his baby sister from a supercriminal’s clutches. He’s this close to getting his hands on a vital set of schematics when one sultry superheroine catches him elbow-deep in a top-secret safe.

Darla is horrified when Lucien’s pretty face—and bulging muscles—distract her enough to let him get away. No one escapes DynaGirl. But somewhere along the way to getting revenge for her public humiliation, she and Lucien become uneasy allies…resisting an all-too-easy attraction. Suddenly she suspects the perfect man for a good girl just might be a very bad boy.

Warning: This book contains heroes, villains, mind-games, epic battles, bustiers, leather, and an infamous “Women of the Cape” Maxim photo spread.


About Vivi Andrews

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Vivi Andrews was born and raised in Alaska, where she spent the long winter nights cultivating a reading addiction. She attended Northwestern University and graduated with a spectacularly useless degree in Theatre and a minor in Mathematic Theory. A nomad by nature, she has lived in nine cities (on two continents and one tropical island) and held over a dozen very odd jobs while honing her skills as a writer. In 2009, she was awarded the Golden Heart by Romance Writers of America®. The Ghost Exterminator is her third published title.
Published May 1, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 110 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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