Friday Favoruites #18: Kelly Jensen and Jenn Burke03:45
This is the first time I'm having two authors for my Friday Favourites post. Kelly Jensen and Jenn Burke are a writing duet and co-authors of the Chaos Station series - science fiction romance series. Read on to learn what their favourite things are and there is a short exclusive exceprt of their upcoming release, book 4 in the Chaos Station series, Inversion Point.
Kelly’s List—All Time Favourites
Dune by Frank Herbert
“I think Zed’s jealous of Theo,” Felix said.
One of Elias’s brows quirked. “Well, that’s ridiculous. Who would be jealous of a guy who looks just like him and has a weird habit of touching you? All over, all the time.”
“They look nothing alike.”
“Seriously? You don’t see the resemblance?”
Dipping his chin, Felix sought to ignore the color creeping across his cheeks. “I didn’t go looking for Theo, you know. Back then. He found me. Chased me. Wouldn’t stop bugging me until I went hiking with him.”
“Was he always so touchy-feely?” Elias could be touchy-feely too, but never inflicted himself on people who didn’t deserve it.
Eyeing the nice spread of cushions between them, Felix thought about that difference and why Theo’s seemingly casual touches stood out. “Yeah. He touches people. He always did. I asked him about it once and he…” Unbidden, a smile caught his mouth.
“No, not that.” Felix flapped a hand between them. “Well…Shit. I’m not going to discuss an ex with you. It’s bad enough that Zed wants to know all about it. What everyone seems to be overlooking is the fact I left Theo twelve years ago. Broke it off. Decided we should be friends. And I did that so I could wait for Zed, and have been pretty much waiting for Zed ever since. You think I’d waste all that time if Theo was the one?”
“Spend. Whatever. I love Zed. The whole galaxy knows that. Even the fucking Guardians know it.”
“Yeah, but men are dumb. Maybe you need to remind him.”
Felix stared hard at Elias. “You’ve been spending too much time with Nessa.”
Elias returned a grin. “Never a bad thing.”
No, it wasn’t.