Soothe The Burn

Soothe The Burn

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by T. A. Chase
     
 

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Captain Alvix has a secret. One he's managed to keep hidden for years until a stranger comes to his rescue and shakes up Alvix's perfect world. Suddenly, Alvix finds himself doing things he never imagined he would and revealing his deepest secret to a man made of metal.

Lieutenant Cooper is the leader of an elite group of military men. Their loyalty to the

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Captain Alvix has a secret. One he's managed to keep hidden for years until a stranger comes to his rescue and shakes up Alvix's perfect world. Suddenly, Alvix finds himself doing things he never imagined he would and revealing his deepest secret to a man made of metal.

Lieutenant Cooper is the leader of an elite group of military men. Their loyalty to the Galactic Military led them to volunteer for an experiment that changed their skin into titanium flesh. On a desperate rescue mission, Cooper enlists the help of Alvix and, with that one action, changes their lives forever.

Can a man made of metal and a man struggling to control the fire inside his soul find common ground? Or will their love burn to ashes before they ever have a chance to discover it?

Genres: Gay / Science Fiction / Futuristic / Action / Adventure / Suspense / Thriller

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781602726390
Publisher:
Amber Quill Press
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
592,232
File size:
373 KB

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Soothe the Burn 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a first time T.A. Chase reader and decided to pick up Soothe The Burn (STB). STB had an interesting twist to the normal science-fiction type of characters. You have a squadron of men who have titanium flesh, and Alvix, a captain with the ability to manipulate fire in more ways than one. The story is approximately 40,000 words. It isn't much for a novel, which is reason for the story's fast pace. You go from one event to another in the span of pages; months can go by between chapters (it only occurred a couple of times). The story is also told from third-party perspective. It was definitely confusing in the use of pronouns, since most characters are male, and you don't really know who "he" is until you read further on. It really got confusing until you were used to the writing style. Asides from the mentioned flaws, STB was still an enjoyable read. It isn't groundbreaking by any means, but it's a sweet and interesting read that I would recommend.