Hi, super readers. February might be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn’t mean it gave us fewer superhero books than the other eleven. We’ve got book fours in quite a few different series, two novels about teenage heroines fighting aliens, and a couple romances—just to name some of the cool-sounding books below. As usual, I haven’t read every one of these, so check out the samples and reviews before purchasing. And let me know what you think of them in the comments!
Alien Arsenal (Full Metal Superhero Book 4)
by Jeffery H. Haskell
They don’t call her ‘Arsenal’ for nothing!
The forces of the entire Th’un Empire are about to come down on Amelia like a ten-ton hammer. Wanted dead or alive by ruthless aliens and with nowhere to run, Amelia must use every ounce of her brilliance to defeat them on Earth. But the Earth is just the beginning. The galaxy is larger than she realized, and their planet isn’t the only one in peril. Amelia will be forced to make a decision no woman should ever have to make… for the Earth to survive, the Th’un must die. Every last one of them.
Alien Arsenal is book four in the ONGOING Full Metal Superhero series.
WARNING: This book is so awesome, it may melt your Kindle.
Rogues: The Omega Superhero Book Four (Omega Superhero Series 4)
by Darius Brasher
To the supervillain, the superhero is the bad guy.
The world calls them superheroes. I call them self-righteous do-gooders who stand between me and world peace, order, and prosperity. All under my wise, ironfisted rule, of course.
Before I can assume my proper place as the world’s leader, I and my band of superpowered Rogues must first destroy Theodore Conley, the licensed superhero known as Omega. Not only is Omega responsible for the death of my beloved daughter Neha, but the power he wields is a threat to my plans for global domination.
My name is Doctor Alchemy. People call me many things: Rogue, supervillain, madman, vengeful father, and king.
Soon they will call me the man who killed Omega.
Super Powereds: Year 4
by Drew Hayes
The final year at Lander has finally arrived for the Melbrook students and their peers, and with it comes a whole new set of challenges. Still reeling from the events of their junior year, the remaining students will have to push past their pain – and so much more – if they hope to be one of the ten to claim the title of Hero upon graduation.
Constant tests and trials await the senior students. Beyond simulated missions and classes, they’ll also have to buckle down to learn about agents, prospective teams, internships, and other seemingly endless elements of being a Hero.
For some, however, the classroom is only one aspect of the trouble that lies ahead. Long-buried secrets have been unearthed; old mysteries are finally unraveling; and what lies at the center of it all has the potential to rock the realm of Heroes to its very foundation.
The Miracle Touch: A Superhero Reverse Harem (Justice Squad Book 1)
by J.A. Cipriano and J.B. Garner
Even in the greatest superhero city on the planet, I would never have imagined that my day planner would look like this:
Day 1: Get blown up by a psychotic supervillain.
Day 2: Use my newfound superpowers to stop a giant mutant Allosaurus.
Day 3: Fall in love with both the world’s greatest superhero and the hot ex-Marine with a dark past.
Day 4: Realize that I have to unite the four greatest superheroes in history to stop said supervillain.
Day 5: Save the day and make my wildest dreams come true.