Heroes Lost and Found (Blaze of Glory, #3)
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Heroes Lost and Found (Blaze of Glory #3)

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Some will rise, others will fall…

Blaze of Glory, Book 3

Jo Tanis is still recovering from her near-death experience in Las Vegas when she receives a mysterious postcard from Harris Limox, who claims to have a promising lead on the whereabouts of the Controller. Over her boyfriend/guardian Hunter’s objections, she sets off to a sleepy Oregon town to ferret out the truth.

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ebook, 325 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
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David
Aug 15, 2014 David rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: superheroines who pose for Maxim, X-Men wannabes
I enjoyed the first two installments of this superhero trilogy from small press Samhain Publishing, but in the final book, I found the tepid writing and unexplored angles of a moderately interesting superhero world were barely enough to hold my interest through a book that was really trying to be a romance.

The first book of the series introduced us to Jo Tanis, a superheroine code-name "Surf" (inconsistently, she constantly complains about this moniker, insisting she doesn't like it, yet does no...more
Squee
This book is the story of Jo's bottomless appetite and her insufferable relationship with the guy who spent most of the second book whining for sex. Oh yeah, and something about a rogue evil Agency fellow.

The real hero of this book isn't Jo anymore. It's Jessie, the normal guy hacker who comes up with a way to block the bad guy's access to the supers' plugs. The plugs, installed by the Agency back when the superhero stuff was all a big sham, allow Guardians to easily kill the supers if they don'...more
Robyn
It's pretty obvious that I love this series, and have loved it from the start. I really enjoyed Jo's journey from second-string superheroine to leader of the Protectors. And I came to love Hunter so much as her hero in this book that I rather envy her. Hunter is an awesome example of how one does not need to be an alphole to be sexy. Jo wears the ass-kicking pants in this relationship, but that doesn't make him seem weak. I kinda wish more books had this relationship dynamic.

The books get darker...more
Eric
Jo Tanis is a superhero, but she admits she has some character flaws. For instance, she won't hesitate to kick a supervillain in the balls if he deserves it. "I'm a member of the Protectors," she declares, "and I can do anything I want." I have no problem with that.

Full review here: http://superheronovels.com/2012/10/27...


Iori
Seriously I don't regret reading this book, action packed,logical, awesome character.
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Sheryl Nantus was born in Montreal, Canada and grew up in Toronto, Canada.
A rabid reader almost from birth, she attended Sheridan College in Oakville,
graduating in 1984 in Media Arts Writing.
During her fifteen years of working in private security she was stationed at the United States Consulate in Toronto; various Consuls' residences as well as many hospitals in the Greater Toronto Area. She recei...more
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