Mel Abrams has a secret identity, like a superhero, but instead of fighting crimes, he's lead singer to a comedic band. He rocks out with two of his best friends in front of sold-out crowds. He's been single for years, after his first love broke his heart. One night, one concert, one crowded venue, he brushes fingers with a fan and feels one of those life-changing sparks. The problem is, he didn't see the fan's face. How is he supposed to find his spark's identity without revealing his?
Leah Koziol's marriage has hit rock bottom, and she's tumbling through an emotional free fall. Throwing herself into a familiar world of conventions and the bonds of geekery that her marriage had strained, Leah starts to find herself again. She has too much to deal with to think about what happened at that concert. So why can't she get it out of her head?
A romance written for those that are nerdy and like to go to conventions, this novel is a slow burn that speaks to those that have been broken but still hope.