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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Persistence of Memory: All Our Yesterdays is a work of urban fantasy with romantic and sexual content, penned by author Karen Janowsky. In the second book in the series, we return to a world where superheroes are real for a very adult story of personal struggles, emotional connections and the difficulties of finding someone to love and making it work. Nina and Daniel take center stage once again after his arrival from the past, but it seems that a certain figure from Daniel’s history is also the cause of a new darkness threatening them all. With their gang of superpowered misfits in two, Nina and Daniel must explore their pasts to survive in the future.
Romance fans who were rooting for the couple during the first book are certain to enjoy how hot and heavy the second book truly is. Moving Daniel into a passionate stage of allowing himself to be free in the modern world is a sharp move, and author Karen Janowsky does it just at the moment when his and Nina’s relationship is about to take another terrible hit. More monsters and historical bad guys abound, blending historical fiction with comic book style superheroism, and still giving readers a strong erotic love story at its core. The work in these pages is both atmospherically complex and multi-layered, telling several stories from different genres which come together, on the whole, more balanced and easy to understand than book one. Overall, The Persistence of Memory: All Our Yesterdays is a superb sequel not to be missed.