Unsung Villains (Valentine & Hart Book 2)

Unsung Villains Valentine Hart Book Sarah Valentine always hoped her life would change but she never expected things to turn around quite this fast A few months ago she was in a dead end job was hopelessly single and she played video

  • Title: Unsung Villains (Valentine & Hart Book 2)
  • Author: Missy Meyer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sarah Valentine always hoped her life would change, but she never expected things to turn around quite this fast A few months ago she was in a dead end job, was hopelessly single, and she played video games just to inject a little bit of excitement into her life That all changed the day she met Nathan Hart not just a great romantic match, but also someone offering SarahSarah Valentine always hoped her life would change, but she never expected things to turn around quite this fast A few months ago she was in a dead end job, was hopelessly single, and she played video games just to inject a little bit of excitement into her life That all changed the day she met Nathan Hart not just a great romantic match, but also someone offering Sarah a job that included all the adventure she could possibly want.Of course, the fact that Nate s job offer was with the infamous supervillain Doctor Oracle added to the thrill.Now a full fledged member of Doctor Oracle s team, Sarah s added tons of new skills to her arsenal from lock picking to hot wiring a car to flying an airplane, she s learned things over the last few months that would put her old r sum to shame But now it s time for her to step up and tackle the final hurdle to becoming a true equal in Oracle s team leading her own mission.Determined to do her best no matter what, Sarah will take on all the plotting and scheming for a job that gets complicated at every turn, assisted by an unexpected new ally from the superhero side of the fence, Oracle s team of skilled professionals, and a boyfriend whose constant threats to buy an engagement ring just might be serious And somehow, that last part is the thing that makes her the most nervous.

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      Published :2019-07-19T20:33:09+00:00

    About “Missy Meyer

    • Missy Meyer

      Missy Meyer was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, but moved to Florida in order to work for the world s largest mouse She s also had an amazing variety of jobs, including singing improv comedian, game show host, bank teller, webmaster, pizza chef, accountant, camp counselor, and casino dealer She also draws the web comic Holiday Doodles.Missy is married to Scott Meyer, the guy behind the web comic Basic Instructions and the author of Off to Be the Wizard and the Magic 2.0 series of books They currently live near Phoenix, Arizona, with their two cats.

    407 thoughts on “Unsung Villains (Valentine & Hart Book 2)

    • Like many of the other readers, I liked this one better than the first. Perhaps because the work of setting up the characters/world/premise is done and the author can relax a little, or maybe just because she's got a little more experience and confidence under her belt now. I love that there are so many female characters in the group. I love that the main character is shown really working at gaining skills to make her an equal member of the group. And for some reason, I love that the mundane par [...]


    • This book took everything I loved from the first book and kept it going. I was truly sad there are only two installments in this series. I just love the idea that "normal" people have no problem giving the run-around to people with super powers who aren't really all that good. Again, maybe the big thing this story lacked was any real conflict, but I didn't have a problem with it. It's a bit like reading about the day ins and outs of someone that has a way more interesting and exciting life than [...]


    • So what do you do when a "Super" contacts a team of "Villains" that she's had a premonition that loads of people are going to die and that the supers don't take her seriously, so could you please help?As the second book in the series, it's already a foregone conclusion they're getting involved, but it's a well written story on how the heist is going to go down, how it's executed, and how they *might* get away with it (no spoilers, after all).Several people have mentioned that this book is better [...]


    • Great follow upWhen many sequels fail to live up to the first, this one didn't. You could pick up the story easily too. The author does a great job of catching the reader up on what happened in the first installment. I can't wait to read the next!


    • Great,Super, loved it!I read the first book in this series and did not want it to end, wanted to crawl into the story and live there! Now that I've finished the second book I am SO sad there is not anotherhopefully one is in the works?


    • Second in the series, Unsung Villains definitely improves upon the first. A simple enough premise, break into places, steal things, and save the world. All the while avoiding the "heroes". And this time there's a proper ending. Tis worth a read.



    • Quick Read, the story was predictable at points but didn't seem to meander like the first book did in moving along.



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