Anneliese Stewart's father died to protect Star City. She never knew her dad was Hawk, a superhero, until he was gone. She suffers the same mutation that gave him flight. Annie has no idea why her father never told her what he'd done about his mutation, but she was left feeling alone and shut out after his death.
When Hawk's old friend, a man who'd haunted her teenage fantasies, Wolf, comes for her father's notebooks, Anne makes a choice. Her father may be gone, but the courage he instilled in her lives. Annie wants to take her place as a superhero and help Wolf stop the organization of evil that killed her father, once and for all.
Wolf can't believe Hawk's little girl is all grown up, but he won't allow the untrained beauty to join the crusade. He can't let the pretty little hawk take flight on his watch. Her determination speaks well of who she is, but when he sees the lust in her bright amber eyes he has a hard time reminding himself he's nearly old enough to be her father and she deserves a man her own age instead of a battle-scarred veteran of the war on crime. Wolf was powerless to save her father, but he'll be damned if he'll watch Annie die, too.