The Superheroes Union: Dynama - Ruth Diaz
I truly don't like superhero stories, and this one didn't change my mind about that. Nonetheless, Ruth Diaz somehow managed to take a silly setting and a dorky plot, and in the middle of them place characters who are warmly human, with appealing emotional vulnerabilities; there's sweet romantic chemistry and children I can actually care about: I call this quite an accomplishment, although perhaps having achieved it in spite of the aforementioned handicaps of ridiculousness makes it seem more of an accomplishment than it is. Another problem with the book is that it's too short, with the women falling into lasting love almost instantly; there's a lack of substance to support anything longer, though. Rated three stars for being far more appealing than it ought to be with all its flaws.