Review: Super Bad

Super BadSuper Bad by Vivi Andrews

4 out of 5 Licks

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?

Let me tell you my inner geeky girl is so loving Super Heroes in romance books.  Though that inner geeky girl was all at once happy and mad about this book.  Happy because I loved the first book and mad because “How did I miss this coming out last year?”  Then to find out there is a 3rd that was just released, geeky girl is in heaven and must go locate book #3 (Super Hot).
While I am  rambling, this has nothing to do with the story, but I just love the chapter names Ms. Andrews uses in all her books.  And I look forward to the beginning of each chapter just to see the title. 

I feel so sorry for Mirabelle, getting her mind snapped and not knowing what is real and what is all just in her mind is well written and believable.  I like that she is realistic and not “black and white” about things.  Whereas Julian/Captain Justice thinks the latter is the case.  Captain Justice is talked into helping Mirage since he is not effected by her gift and they go about trying to figure out how to heal Mirabelle’s mind.  They both have trust issues with the opposite sex and with good reason, but you see them falling in love and that the stereotype of Hero and Villain is not so clear cut.
Vivi Andrews is one of my favorites and a must buy for me and this story did not disappoint.  It really has a little of something for everyone; super heroes, villains, sexy love scenes, drama, action…So go forth a release your inner geek like me 😉
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