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This is the worst kind of soap opera.
It is not the sort of book I would normally read but I loved Joy's book "Blood and Holy Water", which I highly recommend, so was very willing to read this book. Also in this series are "The Stellar Life Of A Superhero Wife" is available free from Joy's website, featuring a different couple, Devora and Derek, and "The Supernatural Life of a Superhero Wife", about a different couple again, is now available in the "Witch or Treat" anthology. I enjoyed both of these two as well, just right for sitting down with a cup of tea and some chocolate!
I received an ARC but decided to voluntarily write a review and the opinions are my own.
In this book, we have three women: Ariana, Emma, and Victoria.
Ariana is just starting off in her marriage to a superhero and soon realizes that it wasn’t what she’d thought it would be. Soon, she’s spending her nights alone while wondering if her hubby really is out there saving the world. Or is it just an excuse to get away from her? Or maybe it could have something to do with that new, hot red-headed super heroine that he’s taken under his wing? Could Ariana be competing with another woman for her husband’s attention?
Emma wants to have a child of her own, but is afraid that her superhero husband may not be able to produce with his super seed.
After a bitter divorce, Victoria just wants to forget all about her ex and move on. But how can she when he’s always around? Things take an interesting turn when her superhero gets amnesia and forgets how to control his powers. Now, it’s up to Victoria to help him remember by taking a stroll down memory lane that rekindles an old flame.
My favorite was Victoria and her quest to re-enter the dating scene while dealing with a superhero ex. I loved Capitán Rápido! The Kite was just a funny and lovable doofus.
It was endearing to see the women and their struggles to playing second fiddle. But the reader soon realizes that these women are not exactly “powerless” when it comes to support, and they’ll prove it when they help their husbands save the world in the end.
Three marvelous stories that unite to one epic tale!
Light, airy, and witty! Nice cover illustration, too!
The world-building was very good, though it took me a few chapters to be able to easily tell characters apart. The plot was a little simple, but it was good enough to move the story along. There also may have been a few continuity issues, particularly towards the end. I'm hoping those were fixed by the release date.
I really hope there is a sequel to this book somewhere down the line. It would be very nice to re-visit the families and see how things have progressed. And it would be interesting if there were to be a couple or two in which the wife is the superhero and what kinds of challenges that could present. Overall, a very enjoyable story.
I reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
I was given an advance copy of the book for review.