Review: Skip Trace (Chaos Station #3) by Jenn Burke, Kelly Jensen

October 2, 2015 Review 0

Review: Skip Trace (Chaos Station #3) by Jenn Burke, Kelly Jensen

Zander Anatolius has been revived from the fatal effects of the super-soldier program, but now he has to face his estranged family and tell a story few would believe. With his lover and the crew of the Chaos at his side, Zander returns home to a media frenzy, threats from the military and pressure to join the family business.

Felix Ingesson still struggles with the horror of believing Zander dead. And no matter how strong their emotional connection is, Felix feels out of place in the glittery world of Zander's rich family. His lover would be better off without a broken, low-class ship's engineer holding him back.

When the crew receives word that another of Zander’s former teammates needs rescue, Felix travels with the Chaos...setting Zander free. But when Zander is arrested for treason, the men realize they need each other as much as ever—not only to survive, but to make their lives worth living.

Title: Skip Trace
Author: Jenn Burke, Kelly Jensen
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Chaos Station, Lonely Shore, Inversion Point, Phase Shift
Series: Chaos Station
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Chaos Station, Lonely Shore, Inversion Point, Phase Shift
Published by Carina Press
Source: Publisher
Published: October 5, 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 211
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Nothing goes as planned for Zander Anatolius. Go home and visit his family seems simple enough. Upon arrival the media frenzy is more aggravating than anything but something that the military hero can easily handle. Things he doesn’t want to handle include being pulled in a dozen different directions while everyone wants a bit of his time. An unknown attempting to kill him and the other members of the Chaos is an unexpected escalation to the crazy that has taken over his life. The same military that made him into an experimental project now wants him to answer questions that he doesn’t have answers to may just be his breaking point.

The feeling of inadequacy is something that Flick is becoming used to. He feels lost amongst his own people. The Anatolius family as a whole makes him feel completely out of place. The stin left him broken. The military deemed him useless. Overall Fixer is feeling like he no longer has a purpose. He sees the love of his life Zander quickly being able to pick up a new and happy life on Alpha with his family. At one time all Felix ever wanted was to have Zed back in his life. Now that he has him back he feels even farther from him.

This installment ion the Chaos Station series was an emotional overload. I truly thought Flick and Zed had found their happy place. Skip Trace shows that things are not always as they appear. As with the other books in this series the romance is light and definitely not what drives the story. The world is fascinating and I’m continually left guessing what the crew of the Chaos will be caught up in next.

This is one of those series that can only be enjoyed when read in order. They do not work as stand-alone novels. I am pleased to see that what I initially believed to be a trilogy has two more books to be released in 2016. I like the crew of the Chaos. I’m completely intrigued by the Guardians. I’m even more curious about what the Guardians expect of Zander. My heart goes out to Felix who seems to be trying to find a place on his own ship. I’m definitely looking forward to more from Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen.

Paranormal Romance

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