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2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1) by Jenn Burke & Kelly Jensen

Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1) by Jenn Burke & Kelly Jensen
Gay Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher: Carina Press (March 2, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1)

Book one of Chaos Station

"You're not real. Felix Ingesson is dead."

The war with the alien stin is over, but Felix Ingesson has given up on seeing his lover, Zander Anatolius, ever again. Zander's military file is sealed tighter than an airlock. A former prisoner of war, Felix is attempting a much quieter life keeping his ship, the Chaos, aloft. He almost succeeds, until Zander walks on board and insists that Felix isn't real.

A retired, broken super soldier, Zander is reeling from the aftereffects of his experimental training and wants nothing more than to disappear and wait for insanity to claim him. Then he sees footage of a friend and ally—a super soldier like him—murdering an entire security squad with her bare hands and a cold, dead look in her eyes. He never expected to find Felix, the man he'd thought dead for years, on the ship he hired to track her down.

Working with Felix to rescue his teammate is a dream come true…and a nightmare. Zander has no exit strategy that will leave Felix unscathedâ€"or his own heart unbroken.


This was an amazing book. I don't even like sci-fi all that much and within a few chapters I was thoroughly hooked. The writing was polished, the characters believable and enjoyable, the plot crisply paced. I don't have enough good words to say about this novel.

Two lonely soles reunited in space. Original settings will give gift the reader with the galactic romance that survived separation by time and warzones.

Chaos Station was nearly flawless. I was able to immerse myself in the detailed worlds of the space stations and star ships, and the inner worlds of the broken characters. The plot moved along at a good pace, the characters grew and changed believably, and the action was hot. This novel just flew by, leaving me hungry for more.



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