When are you at risk of being a real-life supervillain? When you accidentally discover your own power to transform your nemesis into a nerd - or when you choose to use your power a second time?
Patrice loves her newfound high school existence. And that's a rare thing for a certified nerd.
Ever since the great fall of Becky Worthington - when the biggest bully of them all, hell-bent on harassing Patrice to the end of her teenage days, was transformed into someone altogether ignorable - Patrice's school life is almost normal. Well, if you can call having your own freak fan base and band of loyal misfit followers "normal".
Luckily, the entire student body, and even the few teachers who witnessed the shocking sight, are largely, conveniently, beginning to forget the whole thing. Even Patrice wonders whether it all really happened. Until the new pouting and pitiful version of Becky throws herself at Patrice's feet and begs for nerd mercy.
There's a new bully in school, quick to claim the title and ensure no school day passes in peace. Patrice is the only one who can do something about it. The problem is, Patrice doesn't care. She's not the one being picked on; it's not her problem this time.
And she's having enough trouble as it is dealing with the guilty conscience that comes along with being a good girl gone supervillain.
One geek girl's sweet revenge is a new nerd girl's salvation and leaves so much more than just a sour taste for a much-deserving high school bully.