Amazon.com: Young Sentinels (Wearing the Cape #3)
The reward for a job well done is another job. After the Sentinels’ takedown of the second incarnation of Villains Inc., things are relatively quiet in the great metropolis of Chicago. Astra, aka Hope Corrigan, is able to breathe a little, to hang out with her friends, and even to attend classes (where her professors are starting to think she is a myth). But Blackstone is loading more training and responsibilities on her, and converging events threaten the compromises she has made to balance her superhero career and student life and to protect her family and friends. Worse, a new supervillain has come to town, and it will take all of Chicago’s capes to defeat the threat of the Green Man — if he can be defeated at all. When a new supervillain group begins targeting anti-superhuman groups, it becomes apparent that even the Sentinels are going to need help. Because one thing is certain: Chicago is going to have a very bad day.========================Young Sentinels is the third book in the high-rated series begun by Wearing the Cape and continued in Villains Inc. and Omega Night.
I’m going to assume that my bad experience with the vampire book (that isn’t even a part of the numbered WTC series) was a fluke, because this third book in the series is right back to being amazing with limited opportunities for me to put it down in a timely manner. I’ve stayed up way too late reading these and I don’t see any reason for that to stop.