Stella, like most, is intrigued by SIN, the world's most beloved superhero. For the last five years, he has remained unidentified, although his head-to-toe midnight blue suit seems to be made from a material not quite from Earth.
When he saves Stella from being hijacked, her interest in him is piqued, especially considering the sudden appearance of men with similar body builds. Could he be her new love interest, Aaron? Or how about her new boss, Caleb? Or possibly her shrink, Gavin?
Her obsession to determine who SIN is leads her down a dangerous path. Not only do her friends think she's lost her mind—and they might be right!—but she also lands on the radar of a group of villains who are intent on destroying SIN by whatever means necessary.
As her budding relationship with the elusive superhero continues to grow, she begins questioning whether knowing his true name and form is worth her life.
Stella barely survived the calculated attack meant for SIN. Heck, she was left shell-shocked when SIN refused to trust her with his identity, like he’d promised. She’s heartbroken, traumatized and angry: a dangerous combination.
Forgetting about the superhero she loves and moving past the incident with the Parasites while ignoring the continued public interest in her life are all proving to be more difficult than she anticipated. It causes strain on her most valued friendships, but also gives her a few surprises.
SIN hasn’t been spotted in months and the people of earth have turned against their former hero, thanks to a calculated PR campaign led by powerful governments, who seem to be in cahoots with the very beings SIN was designed to protect them from.