Outgoing and flirty, Leslie Jones was boy crazy from the minute she hit puberty. But when she fell for Harold the tall, blonde drummer during summer camp, her heart was hooked. Leslie ignored the warning signs and advice from her lifelong friends, turning her summer romance into a whirlwind of bad choices. With those choices came consequences she would face alone, afraid for her safety and her child. The wide-eyed girl had turned her back on family and God for this man. A man that said he loved her by selling her body, mind, and soul to the highest bidder. Nevertheless, it was God she would call to send her a way of escape. He needed to send her a hero.

Rebellious Daniel Armstrong had game with the girls and on the football field. He was handsome, intelligent, and wealthy, well-his family was wealthy. His mother, while never good enough for his father, doted on Daniel. Wanting to get the attention he craved, Daniel got in trouble with the law and sent to a foster home. Momma Mabel’s tough love and Christ-centered home pushed him to do his best, though he still made wrong choices. Then he met his college roomy Harold Gibson who gave him a way to make his own money until one night when he saw the most beautiful girl. She was petite, with long brown hair and eyes full of sadness; Daniel knew it was Harold’s doing. But how could he save her and others like her, and not risk his own life to do it? If only he could be a superhero.