Review: Hero Worship (A Superhero Paranormal Romance) by Kimberly Quinton

July 29, 2014 Review 0

Review: Hero Worship (A Superhero Paranormal Romance) by Kimberly Quinton

An Old Threat Returns…. 

After twenty years confinement on an island for crimes against humanity, the last thing disgraced H.E.R.O. Cole wants to hear is the world needs him. But the government’s sexy envoy peaks his interest and his honor. 


Enhanced human and the government’s top negotiator, Caroline Sparks’ only mission is to bring in the last H.E.R.O. at any cost. When he asks for two months with her on his island when the mission is over, she can’t refuse even if it means exposing a secret he might kill her over. 

Battle to save the world…. 

With disaster looming at every turn, Cole must choose between vengeance and duty. Can Caroline embrace her latent power and save her hero or will saving the world cost them both everything? 

Title: Hero Worship
Author: Kimberly Quinton
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Her Wish Before Christmas
Published by Decadent Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: February 18, 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 101
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Stars: two-half-stars
Flames: three-flames

The world turned against him and now Cole as the only living superhero is needed again when a old enemy resurfaces and is bent on world domination in this intriguing paranormal novella.

The steady to fast paced plot keeps readers engaged with suspense, drama, action and romance. The well orchestrated drama and action scenes draw the reader deeper into the story as well as adding excitement. The characters are compelling and easily understood.

The attraction between Cole and Caroline have sparks flying everywhere and the sex scenes are hot and steamy. The relationship however is hampered but opposing agendas and of course the bad guy keeps interrupting.

The concept is intriguing and arouses curiosity and it’s entertaining quick read, but the beginning drags a little and I just feel like I am missing something or the story is not complete, maybe because it’s so short or maybe the author intends to write more connected stories.


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