Lex and her friends are beginning to settle into their work with their new team in Brussels when a threat to Lex's life appears. Upon dealing with that, they find that MSI, the company behind the illegal human experimentation they escaped, has still been trying to interfere in their lives, so they try to prosecute the company's activities the International Criminal Court. Also, Lex and her new boyfriend, Rolf, work together to solve a string of bank burglaries, further their relationship, and go through the trial of meeting his family with a united front. Stay tuned to see if there are wedding bells in their future!
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Reviewed by Benjamin Ookami for Readers' Favorite In Lex McKilliam's world, a different breed of criminal exists. Bandits armed with guns might be dangerous, but bandits armed with superpowers are something else entirely. It is for this reason that the Special Forces in Europe exists. Lex and her friends from America work for them to catch criminals that possess unique abilities, but her agency also has hopes of helping police in normal cases. Besides having to deal with a string of bank robberies carried out by criminals that aren't of the usual sort, Lex also has to worry about an upcoming lawsuit against the M Agency, the American company that carried out illegal experiments on human subjects and, by giving her those "unapproved gene therapy drugs" of theirs, gave her the powers she has today. Super: Exile, Palladian's third book in her Super Series, sees Lex and her friends in Europe. She has a guy that she's in love with named Rolf who, like her, isn't particularly fond of his family. A new character that also stems from the M Agency is introduced that will fill readers with worry for Lex's safety. Readers who know how Victor can be when it comes to his personal life will like what Palladian has in store for him. A full look into Rolf's path to the Special Forces can also be expected. This read is for fans of characters with supernatural abilities. Palladian's strength doesn't seem to be in the powers themselves, but in her own ability to allow things to shimmer, evolve, and hold readers occupied.