When superhero Magno Girl discovers her ex-boyfriend turned super villain has stolen some magic rice from a Chinese restaurant, she suspects there’s more to the plot than some Moo Goo Gai Pan. Luckily, she’s met a ninja biker with a nice stash of samurai swords, and he can’t wait to help. He’s just the kind of rowdy guy her mom wants her to avoid – and he’s just the kind of guy she can’t keep away from. Can she get to the bottom of a supernatural scheme that involves the wreckage of her past love life? And will the sparks from her latest struggle create a new romance?
“Magno Girl and the Beast of Brooklyn” is a novelette filled with action and absurdity. It’s a tale of “boy-meets-girl” – but the girl’s a little different, and the guy likes it that way.
You can read about Magnolia’s further adventures in the full-length novel, “Magno Girl.”
Disclaimer: There is no rice in Moo Goo Gai Pan. I’m a fiction writer, not a restaurant blogger. – Joe