About The Accidental Superheroine
When newly-coined physicist Mira Verborgen sprung for a cushy internship at CERN, she did not expect to end up working side by side with sensitive European hottie, Giancarlo Colombo, or the sudden-onset case of butterflies whenever he’s around.
Nor did she expect the two of them to end up the inadvertent subjects of a megalomaniac Russian scientist’s deadly energy experiment. Instead of their budding relationship being cut short along with their material existence, the pair develops a startling mutation. A mutation that puts them in the crosshairs of Swiss, French, and American governments - not to mention the dastardly Dr. Orlov.
With CERN held hostage by Orlov and his rapidly-evolving superpowers, do Mira and Giancarlo have what it takes to own their mutation and protect the free world, before it’s too late?
Reviews for The Accidental Superheroine
Due to the many films like Thor and Avengers coming out, the superhero genre is one that’s become a favourite.
I found this book really easy to read. Mira was a character I really liked and felt able to empathise with. While there were times I thought she was really juvenile, I thought it worked with her character and there were many occasions I found myself smiling at what she came out with.
It took me a while to figure out exactly what had caused Mira and Giancarlo to develop their abilities. Due to Giancarlo slipping into his own language so many [...]