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A Powerful Secret Book 01: PowerGen


Talia Mako knows that secrecy is vital.

Keeping her abilities under wraps is absolutely necessary, and imperative for every superhuman (even if her friend Caster has something to say about it.). The government’s already bad enough, so who knows what they’d do if they discovered superpowers? 

 Talia doesn’t want to find out. 

… Until she does.

Until a life-threatening incident and a quick slip-up exposes the realm of superhumans for good, and the damage can’t be undone. 

Talia’s on her own — her life gets flipped around instantly, and she hates her new way of living. Stuck in one building — the complex of an organization called PowerGen — with about 35 other superhumans, she’s unable to do anything other than train and get taken in for experiments on the rare occasion.

She hates it. Hates it, hates it, hates it. 

And yet there’s no going back. Only moving forward. Only changing the life she has now, even if she needs to climb over a mountain of doubt just to do so. 

Because if she really wants to get out of here, she can’t stop at just anything.

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