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  • More, please

    My feelings on this series have officially graduated from, "This is really good and I like the characters awfully much," to, "OMG I MUST HAVE MORE!!!" Burke and Jensen deliver flawed characters, high stakes encounters, emotional intensity, and the TERRIBLE HORRIBLE POSSIBILITY that two people who belong together might end up apart because they're too traumatized to accept help for themselves, let alone nurture a relationship. Book Four, please.

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  • Another exciting installment in the series!

    Continuing this fantastic inter-stellar voyage, the third book in the Chaos Station series takes up where book 2 ( Lonely Shore) left off, with the crew of the Chaos heading for Zander's home and reunification with his family. Each story to date has had a very satisfactory happy for now ending such that they can be read on their own with no cliffhangers, however I would recommend starting the series at the beginning if you haven't already, as the plot threads stretch through one story to the next. Zander is recovering from his deathly experience due to the super soldier experiment, Project Dreamweaver, run by the Allied Earth Forces (AEF) to which he belongs. Or used to, until he was left to cope with the side effects of the project. Now he's an embarrassment to the military, but to his family his return from the dead is nothing short of a miracle. Felix can't really believe it either, having been on a roller coaster of loss and gain with Zander since his return from the dead almost ended in tragedy once again. A safe, stable environment with Zander's family leaves Felix at a loss, and figuring the only way to regain himself is to let Zander go once and for all. But the AEF isn't finished with Zander quite yet, and when Zander is threatened, it will be up to Felix and the crew of the Chaos to effect a daring rescue, one that could destroy them all. I am thoroughly enjoying this rollicking space roller coaster ride, and true to form, this one got its claws in me from the start (not unlike the Stin, but less deadly at least) and I found myself reading it all in one fell swoop. There is a bit less focus on the romance in this installment, and more on the consequences of Zander's return from the dead. Felix was already feeling out of sorts in the last book and now he's really hitting bottom. Dead or alive, Zander affects him and his emotional state is precarious. After all that Zander has gone through, returning him to the bosom of his family, to a secure stable and safe future is logical - even if Felix knows that he doesn't fit into that world, as a boy from the wrong side of the galaxy so to speak. Zander's wealthy family makes no bones about their plans for Zander to stay and work for the family now that his military stint is really over, and though they make every effort to welcome Felix, he doesn't feel that he belongs. Leaving Zander is the only choice that he sees is possible. But Felix doesn't share all these misgivings with Zander, so when he leaves it's a blow to Zander's heart and self-confidence. But Zander has his own problems - when details of the super secret Project Dreamweaver leak to the media, the AEF believes Zander is responsible, in violation of his confidentiality agreement. They want his head (or, for him to actually wind up dead whichever comes first) and arresting him for treason means the safety and security of home base is no longer. But it's just what Felix needs to get his head back into the game, to realize that no matter, what Zander is 'it' for him and to try to find a way to correct his huge mistake of leaving Zander in the first place. This installment is action packed, with one scene leading to the next in a quick fashion, making for an exciting story. The sex between Zander and Felix is hot and steamy (as expected) but isn't the core of the story, as the emotional turbulence between them takes precedence and Felix's own bouts of self recrimination weigh on him. It's clear that his capture and torture during the Stin war are still unresolved and need to be addressed if he is to have a healthy relationship with Zander. As expected we get a happy ending here, but there is definitely more story to tell as the Guardians, overseers of the universe play another important role and leave the story open with questions to be addressed in the next chapter. Thoroughly enjoyable. 5 stars.

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