Chaos Station

Chaos Station

by Kelly Jensen, Jenn Burke

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ISBN-13: 9781426899669
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 03/02/2015
Series: Chaos Station , #1
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 323,072
File size: 392 KB

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Chaos Station 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Maria-Rose More than 1 year ago
In this sci-fi romance, we are immersed in a new futuristic world following a war between the humans and the Stin that the humans were in danger of losing before the Guardians, a super alien race stepped in to stop the battles. But the casualties were great, including the separation of long time friends and one time lovers Zander (Zed) and Felix (Flick). Long believing Flick is dead, Zed is on a mission to rescue a former teammate who appears to be losing her own mental battle of survival when he finds that the engineer on the ship he's hired to track her down is none other than his lost love. After nine long years, both men have changed immeasurably yet the friendship and attraction between them has not died, only been hidden through grief and time. With a joint mission to help their old teammate, can their feelings for each other be salvaged? I loved this story! Though I'm a huge fan of science fiction television shows and movies, this hasn't necessarily translated into a love of similar stories in written form so I wasn't sure if I would like this novel or not. But honestly, I found it fascinating. The world-building was really well done - not so complicated as to confuse the reader but sophisticated enough to set the stage for a futuristic world. All of the characters, including secondary ones like Flick's shipmates were interesting and well drawn, and parts of the story were told not just from Zed and Flick's points of view but also by Elias the ship's captain which added an interesting perspective on their relationship. Flick and Zed are both strong masculine characters, each with flaws, dreams that have been shattered by the reality of war and hopes for the future, one they never imagined they could have together. From the start the sexual attraction between them sizzles and this leads to some deliciously sexy scenes that were well written and HOT! This was one of those stories that was hard to put down once I started, and has definitely swayed me towards reading more in the sci-fi romance genre. I can't wait to see what's next in this series! 5 stars for an out of this world super entertaining read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you haven't read it you should. Great series. Could not get enough. An outer space roller coaster!
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
When I read the blurb for this, I was definitely intrigued. I love sci-fi, action, and m/m. Unfortunately, Chaos Station didn’t do it for me. The story is about Zander, a victim of a military that changed him to become the perfect killer, only to basically dump on him after the big war was over. He’s cold, hard, and has forgotten most of what made him him in the first place. Running into Felix, an ex-lover, on his way to rescue another trained killer from what the military did to her was unexpected. The action just never got there for me. I don’t know if it was the fact it felt like TOO many points of view without seeing where they separated or if the story was just too slow. Because I actually liked the secondary characters. I found the two main characters more difficult to connect with. Zander’s issues made sense, but with Felix, I wasn’t sure if his issues stemmed from PTSD or if he was just seriously that ‘out there’. It made it difficult to keep reading. I had little to no connection with Emma and the ending just felt forced. Not to mention things don’t look good for one of our heroes. When a book takes me more than two months to read, it means I had to force myself to keep reading and could only stand to read a few pages at a time. That was the case with Chaos Station. It wasn’t a bad book, but it just didn’t keep my interest. Reviewed by a-nony-mouse for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy Provided for review*