Review: Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1) by Kelly Jensen, Jenn Burke

February 26, 2015 Review 0

Review: Chaos Station (Chaos Station #1) by Kelly Jensen, Jenn Burke

"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 unscathed—or his own heart unbroken

Title: Chaos Station
Author: Jenn Burke, Kelly Jensen
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Lonely Shore, Skip Trace, Inversion Point, Phase Shift
Series: Chaos Station
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Lonely Shore, Skip Trace, Inversion Point, Phase Shift
Published by Carina Press
Source: Publisher
Published: March 2, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 256
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Nine long years ago Zander and Felix had five hot, sex filled days. The lovers parted with promises that a war tore apart. The same war informed Zander that Felix had been killed in action. The same long fought war did others more horrific things to both men, left them scarred and haunted. It left Zander to deal with the aftereffects of the super soldier experiment alone. The camaraderie that held Zander and Felix and a few other close friends from their time at the Academy has Zander and Felix’s paths crossing aboard a ship for hire known as the Chaos.

The war ended six months ago. Since then Zander has been on his own. The military has cut loose the experimental weapons that they created out of human, not knowing what exactly to do with those men and women now that they were considered weapons. Zander is seeking transport to Chloris Station to help one of those fellow super soldiers. Stumbling upon Felix on the Chaos was completely unexpected. Zander mourned his death eight years ago.

The stin war left Felix scarred inside and out. The military gave him a medical discharge and Elias gave him a chance at a new career aboard the Chaos. Felix has tried to track down Zander. Every file he encounters on him is sealed to the point that he has given up on finding the answers to what happened to his lover. Finding him standing in the galley of the Chaos is the most pleasant surprise possible. It doesn’t take long for them to be in proximity of each other for Felix to notice that something has changed with Zander. That something has given him an even harder edge than he had before.

I love a bit of sci fi space opera with my romance. The year is 2269. There are a couple of different alien species present in this high space adventure. I’m looking forward to where Kelly Jensen and Jenn Burke taking the people involved with all things Chaos Station. There are so many questions I have as to where this series is going. The big question I have is about will this series remain male male romance or if there will be male female couples also. There was a potential couple introduced that I would love to see more of, Elias and Nessa. I also want to know more about the Guardians especially what they were doing cavorting with a stin ship out in AEF space. Per the website ( up for this series I will have to wait until the end of May for Lonely Shore.

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