Aphrodite's Secret

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Dorchester Publishing Company Incorporated, Jul 4, 2011 - Fiction - 294 pages
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Jason Murphy can talk to creatures of the sea. He can also change into a dolphin and, like all Protectors, has a bunch of other superpowers. None of them really help his situation: the love of his life doesn't trust him anymore. Lane thinks his promises of devotion are…well, fishy. When she needed him most, he was gone. She didn't know he was secretly fighting crime.

But that's all over. He's going to reel her back in with the truth. He'll reveal everything, as soon as his Outcast father's evil plans for world domination are overthrown. Beating up the bad guys is important, but honesty is what makes a man a hero.

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Review: Aphrodite's Secret (Superhero Central #3)

User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

Third in the series. This story revolves around Jason, a Protector who left his mortal girlfriend on the day she announced she was pregnant. Years, later he's back and she finds out he was held ... Read full review

Review: Aphrodite's Secret (Superhero Central #3)

User Review  - Gege86 - Goodreads

I liked this book a lot, it was really, really good. The story was soooo funny I just couldn't stop laughing; I enjoyed the part when the hero turns to a dolphin, only like wow. The concept was new and thrilling; the whole story was so very good. Read full review

About the author (2011)

A USA Today Waldenbooks, Barnes & Noble and Locus Magazine bestselling author, Julie is a two-time RITA Finalist and a Romantic Times' Reviewer's Choice Award winner. Kenner, who has a background in both screenwriting and law, has published novels with Dorchester, Berkley, Ace, Harlequin and Pocket Books. Kenner writes a wide range of genres including superhero romances, straight contemporary romance, young adult, paranormal mysteries, suspense and urban fantasy. Carpe Demon (Berkley 2005) is currently in development as a feature film with Warner Brothers and 1492 pictures.

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