Inversion Point by Kelly Jensen
(Chaos Station)

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I was half expecting some more angst for Felix with the stin – and the stin certainly tried to make this happen. But I liked where it ended up going. I saw this book as being one where Felix reclaimed parts of himself (in more ways than one).
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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.

Book four of Chaos Station

70,000 words

 

About Kelly Jensen

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Kelly Jensen lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and daughter. When she’s not busy being a mom, Kelly spends her time volunteering at the local library, playing video games, and studying Kiryoku, a martial art combining Shotokan, Aikido, and Tang Soo Do.Less Than Perfect is her first book. Visit her at: http://kellyjensenwrites.com
 
Published January 25, 2016 by Carina Press. 216 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, War. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kaetrin on Apr 15 2016

I was half expecting some more angst for Felix with the stin – and the stin certainly tried to make this happen. But I liked where it ended up going. I saw this book as being one where Felix reclaimed parts of himself (in more ways than one).

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