Karen Janowsky, author
In 1993, U.S. Army Lieutenant Kevin Rye is the sole survivor of a missile attack on his helicopter in Somalia. He should have returned home broken, but his old friend, Rob Fisher, has created a suit that not only allows him to function; it gives him superpowers. However, it also causes him intense chronic pain and complicates his personal life. In 2002, Graham Beech, a talented, womanizing marksman from a conservative, Southern family, 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, during the Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell era. Kevin and Graham’s paths cross as they head toward a crash collision on a quest to stop a terrorist and find a fabled man from an ancient prophesy. They each learn how much they’re willing to risk in their personal and professional lives. Whether it’s love, mental health, or their physical bodies, Kevin and Graham each face life-altering decisions as they decide what is worth sacrificing.