The Persistence of Memory Book 1: Deja vu

When superheroes fall in love, anything can happen.

Daniel Hecht doesn’t belong in this century. Catapulted into the present from 1943, he’s out of place and out of touch. Still, he was the American war hero called “Lionheart” and his heroism has followed him into the modern world. He now leads an underground group of superpowered misfits, but the misfit he keeps turning to is Nina Asher.

Nina has a vast knowledge of history, yet no idea who she is or where she’s from. She has become the target of dangerous creatures that have appeared all over the world. As she and Daniel work to decipher an ancient, cryptic myth, they experience flashbacks to things that never could have happened. They are falling in love, but there’s something they’re sure they need to remember, and it’s keeping them apart.

The key to saving the world may begin with the act of remembering.

The Persistence of Memory Book 2: All Our Yesterdays

Love is hard, even for superheroes.

Nina and Daniel have never known any destiny other than fighting their separate masters’ wars. Now, a secretive organization is creating a weapon that will collapse history. Their fight is to stay together. It takes them on a journey around the world and into another dimension.

Nina and Daniel now face risks beyond their imagination. Sacrifices must be made, and time is running out.

Persistence of Memory Book 3: The Beginning of Always

When gods and superheroes fall in love, it takes gods and supervillains to keep them apart.

Powerful alliances from both Daniel and Nina’s pasts are about to rip apart the fabric of time. Dark, tragic days loom close as those plans come to fruition. Meanwhile, Nina and Daniel struggle to explore the boundaries between passion and possessiveness, duty and desire. They are gambling with much more than their future together. This is a race for the survival of history, itself, and their pasts are about to catch up with them.

History is about to end before it has begun.

The Persistence of Memory Book 4: W.I.S.E Men

One man shouldn’t be alive. 
One man shouldn’t be in love.
One man shouldn’t exist.
None of them wanted to be a superhero.

U.S. Army Lieutenant Kevin Rye is the sole survivor of a missile attack on his helicopter in Somalia. His old friend, Rob Fisher, has created a suit that allows him to function. It gives him superpowers and chronic pain. 

Corporal Graham Beech, an uncannily talented, womanizing marksman, has just become a U.S. Army Ranger. His future in the military is bright until he falls in love with his friend, Steven Amato. 

They are headed toward a crash collision to stop a terrorist from finding Daniel Hecht, a mythological man who, according to an ancient prophesy, will help save the world from itself.