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Summary

Invisibella pays a visit to Lancaster City in this sexy superhero story.

©2021 Anya Merchant (P)2021 Anya Merchant

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  • UnlimitedWaifuworks
  • 09-01-22

the complete disregard for earlier statements 😒

I like the series because of the interesting story premise and the problem with dealing with (Honestly not really a problem) having sexual attraction to adopted family. there's no blood relation. no real problem.

my point though is how Inviso-bitch swore she wouldn't tell her so she wouldn't compound burdens on relic. only to do it anyway after the biggest disaster to hit her " best friend" since her husband and son ran away from home together. great idea and best timing there Bella.😒🙄

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  • Billzilla
  • 02-03-22

A super touching story about Supers Touching.

Alex Ford is perfect.

Anya Merchant has somehow crafted a well written and truly engrossing story of superhero perversity, loss, guilt, family, sex, reaching adulthood, living with abuse and PTSD. Pretty epic scale conflict and inner conflicts, too.

It's a little weird how good it is.

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  • arthur
  • 06-01-22

More please

i don't normally like super hero type books, they always start out good/ok then boring/painful as you go. this however is good I've made it 3 books in and im still hooked.

this is a win

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-01-22

another satisfying hit!

Anya merchant once more hits it out of the park. Just the right amount of anticipation combined with fantastically well written scenes. Definitely draws you in and immerses you alot better than many other authors in this genre. Edge lord, but also big payoff that makes it so worth the listen. I'll be buying the next audio book for sure.

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  • Heidi M. Luther
  • 01-01-22

I really love these books

If you read the first book You will need more and more and more and MORE

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  • Meh
  • 31-12-21

!!!

Well what can i say bit hot naughty fun with quick bouts of violence in between. The narrator does amazing work. Enjoy

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-04-22

this story just keeps getting better

Anya Merchant really crafts interesting stories. they are just different enough, just sit outside norms. I have really been enjoying this story line. The MC is hard to classify, horny young man, loving son, loving brother, or maybe just a bad boy trying to fill all the roles. the women are complex, they are simple, they are fun, they are sad, and they are so enjoyable to read about. Good job Anya, looking forward to the next book. The narrator brings all the characters to life, I truly appreciate the effort put into making all the characters not only sound different but make them all sound age appropriate. Alex makes the voices fit perfectly to what I feel, Anya wanted the characters to FEEL like.

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  • Peter K
  • 24-01-22

Anya Merchant is my new favorite author...

Only recently discovering Ms. Merchant, I ended up going through two of her series moving onto her Kindle books when audio isn't available. Her stories draw me in...

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  • Dogone
  • 21-01-22

Cool. cool cool cool.

So when does the next one come out?
Six seasons and a movie?
I just need my fix.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-12-21

So sad and so satisfying

The ending was amazing genesis was honestly a little bit terrifying but it makes you think about and want to fix their world. Like, were all the abominations conscious and are they just a part of evolution? Or, is it a decease that can be fixed so love can reign? Is ever abomination just genesis trying to be born but killed before another pair of supers can have kids?