Black Kat II: Kat & Mouse

Adult
The Fugitive, with superheroes...
Katherine Carter hunts dangerous men for a living, and the latest is worth a fortune. He also happens to be a world-famous escape artist with unusual abilities, a cunning intellect, and a smile that could charm the panties off of any woman, including her.

Will she drag him back to prison to claim the reward on his head—or claim him instead? More
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About Kimberly Gordon

Yes, it's true. I'm a crazy chicken lady. I also take dictation for superheroes. I'm not ashamed to admit it. This is what happens when you have five children and live in an old farmhouse. I feel like Mother Hubbard...with chickens. And Supers. And other crazy things running around here that I haven't told you about. Yet.

If you'd like to keep tabs on my zany adventures (and those of my characters), check out my website and subscribe to my newsletter at https://www.kimberlymgordon.com

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About the Series: Black Kat
Welcome to the world of Black Kat, where Supers strive to fit in, rather than stand out. Discovered as children speaking an unknown language, they had no memories, no parents. Their extraordinary abilities set them apart, sometimes dangerously so. They were hunted, studied, murdered.

Those who survived learned to hide in the shadows, living in an underground network of safe houses. They use their powers to help one another and unlock the secrets of their past, while trying to exist in a world that doesn’t want them. And humans aren’t their only enemy. Rogues, Supers with dark powers, are also a hazard, both to themselves and humans alike.

Can they survive the threats from the government, as well as each other? Who are they, really? And where do they come from? Find out in this action-packed, dark romantic comedy series with superheroes which ranges from urban fantasy to fantasy.

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