Title: Inversion Point (Chaos Station #4)
Author Name & Publisher: Jenn Burke and Kelly Jenson (Carina Press)
Publication Date & Length: January 25, 2016 – 70,000 Words
Zander and Felix’s relationship has been to the brink and back: the Human-Stin War, imprisonment and an actual death/resurrection. Zander’s death, to be specific, and the experience has left him…changed. The mysterious race known as the Guardians chose to revive him and appointed him as their emissary. A high honor, but he could do without the group of would-be cultists following him around the galaxy.
When a recently discovered species destroys a stin probe, Zander’s new role soon commands all of his time and focus. The human ambassador—Felix’s ex-lover, much to Zander’s annoyance—pulls them into strategy talks aimed at preserving galactic peace. Soon everyone is relying on Zander’s Guardian tech to telepathically communicate with the strange aliens.
Only Felix seems concerned with the strain piling up on Zander, but he has his own resolve tested when the very stin that imprisoned him show up to a summit. Zander and Felix will both have to find a way to face their doubts and preserve their love—while preventing another galaxy-wide war.
Now I do not recommend reading this as a stand alone like I did because I was honestly so lost through some parts of this book. So I would definitely recommend reading the 3 books in this series before this one first.
But other than that you get Aliens and so much action in this book along with the love this two men have for each other.
Zander and Felix fit so well together and I loved the way this author wrote these two characters. This author had me on the edge of my seat through this whole book and even though I was confused I loved the way this story unfolded and you also meet a lot of different characters too.
I do not want to give away any spoilers so I will leave this review with I really liked this book and if you love
Jenn’s always been drawn to weird and wonderful stories, particularly those juxtaposed with our normal, boring world. Her love of the written word prompted her to get a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Ottawa, and she’s spent the years since working in corporate and web communications—and dreaming up weird and wonderful stories of her own. A self-confessed geek, Jenn loves spending time in the worlds of video games, surfing her favorite websites, reading all the romance novels she can get her hands on, and accumulating an impressive collection of nerdy t-shirts. She currently lives outside of Ottawa, Ontario, with her husband, two kids, and her writing helper, Alenko the husky.
If aliens ever do land on Earth, Kelly will not be prepared, despite having read over a hundred stories of the apocalypse. Still, she will pack her precious books into a box and carry them with her as she strives to survive. It’s what bibliophiles do.
Until then, she plans to keep reading, writing about reading, and writing stories of her own.