The Superheroes Union

The Superheroes Union: Dynama

What if your evil ex really was evil?

TJ Gutierrez used to be a superhero. But after the birth of her twins seven years ago, she hung up the yellow spandex. Until the day her archenemy and ex-husband, Singularity, breaks out of prison. When it becomes clear he’s after the kids, she’s forced to call the nanny helpline—and once again become…Dynama!

Annmarie Smith doesn’t have a superpower. She saves the world by keeping kids safe while their parents fight evil. She temporarily moves in with TJ, and the way the magnetic mama puts family first captures Annmarie’s respect, and maybe her heart—even though she knows better than to fall for a superhero. Still, it’s hard to resist their wicked chemistry. Kapow!

But they can only hide from the world for so long. When Singularity’s quest for custody puts the kids’ lives in danger, can the two women conquer the evil villain and save TJ’s family—all before their first date?

read an excerpt…

“Strong characters, well-written plot, and sweet and believable romance make this novel worth the read.” –Alyssa at The Lesbrary

“This novella is perfectly balanced between the epic ass-kicking stuff and the domestic making-pancakes stuff. It works as a romance and an action story at the same time.” —Violetta Vane

We’ve seen superhero stories look at family dynamics before…but Diaz approaches it from a different angle. Her heroine is trying to build a new life and to protect her children from an overly powerful and potentially abusive father. Aspects of the story are almost painfully believable and realistic. —Jim C. Hines

“As soon as I finished Dynama I ran to the author’s webpage so I could buy all her other books – but this is the first one she’s written. The sigh of sadness that left my lips is the biggest compliment I can bestow.” –CarrieS at Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

The Superheroes Union: Dynama is now available from Carina Press. You can also get it at,, and other major online booksellers.


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