Then you'd be like Celia West, the main character in this novel set in a comic book universe and peopled, as expected, by superheroes, villains, humans, cops, politicians, good vs evil, etc.
Celia is the daughter of Captain Olympus and Spark, half of the "Olympiad", the elite group of superhumans who protect Commerce City. She is also a big disappointment - she has no powers of any kind, and in her angst-ridden youth, she actually went to "work" for the Destructor, the Olympiad's great enemy, after of course he kidnapped her.
Now she's a forensic accountant, and the DA asks her to help find evidence to convict the Destructor of tax fraud, since they can't seem to find enough information on his criminal misdeeds to put him in prison. The evidence Celia finds just takes her deeper and deeper into the rabbit hole to very unexpected places. She also keeps getting kidnapped, and has to be rescued by the Olympiad numerous times (sometimes amusing, sometimes just annoying...).
Now to personal opinions on the book: the very unexpected places were interesting and engaging. I enjoyed reading about Celia's thought process and the way she tracked down the leads. The plot was intriguing and interesting, and it was definitely an interesting concept. I also liked how Celia reacted to her kidnappings... I found it to be pretty amusing.
However, there was a lot I didn't enjoy. As another reviewer stated, the book often seemed to fall into a "bratty I-hate-my-parents they-never-understand-me" kind of story - and get stuck there. It also got stuck in the "I-have-to-be-independent I-won't-let-anyone-help-me" mindset, so in places I just wanted to throttle Celia; I was thinking: yeah, we all have parent issues - get on with it.
Also, the book needed to go back to the editing table, especially the first part, which was full of repetition (we get it, Spark has red hair, you've told us already), awkward sentence construction, unnecessary words... They also never seemed to quite work out when the members of the Olympiad should be called their "superhuman" name or their "normal" name. I found myself editing as I went along, which can be really distracting. I'd prefer to edit books only if I'm getting paid for it (which yes, I have been).
Although Celia is fairly well drawn and we understand her motivations, the other characters are more like caricatures. We never really get to know them, which means we never really get to care about them either. And the ending is... okay... but it seemed like there should be more.