Honeymoon: A Chaos Station story

Zander Anatolius and Felix Ingesson are two of the hardest working men in the galaxy. They really need a break. So, we’ve sent them on a honeymoon—and managed to do so without bringing them to further harm.

(Readers of the Chaos Station series are likely breathing a huge sigh of relief here, as they’re more used to people dying. Or at the very least losing limbs. This holiday has been a long time coming.)

We didn’t just write this story for the Zed and Felix, though. We wrote it for our readers, the fans who have followed the adventures of Zed and Felix from the very start. For those who have mourned their losses, and cheered their successes. For all the folks who sent us little messages saying: “I cannot believe you did that!” Or: “Hasn’t Zed been through enough?” Or, popularly: “OMG, Felix!”

In particular, I wrote my part of this story for Eileen Griffin who finished every book with the plea: “Zed and Felix, deserted island, one week. All sex, all the time.”

Felix doesn’t do planets, so we put the guys on a cruise ship instead. 😉

Jenn and I also wrote this one for ourselves. We’d said goodbye to Zed and Felix with the last edit round of Phase Shift (Chaos Station #5), and it was hard to let go. Many of our blog posts for the release of Phase Shift reflected on how hard it was to say goodbye to characters we’d given life to through five novels and a small collection of short stories. So “Honeymoon” is our last hurrah—a chance for us to just play with the guys, our dear fictional friends; to enjoy their love and everlasting happiness; to share their last adventure with our readers.

Thank you for taking this journey with us! We hope you enjoy this last story.

Visit our website at: http://chaosstation.com for more short stories, excerpts and deleted scenes.


A Chaos Station story

Zander can’t quite believe a galactic emergency didn’t interrupt their wedding. Felix can’t quite believe he’s married. One thing is for sure, though, these guys need a holiday! So they book a cruise aboard the drift ship Biswas.

There is no death or dismemberment in this story. No hull breaches, no marauding aliens. This is Zed and Felix, though, so not everything is going to go according to plan.

Honeymoon is available to read now!


Published by Kelly Jensen

Writer of love stories. Bibliophile. Gamer. Hiker. Cat herder. Waiting for the aliens. 👽 🏳️‍🌈

4 thoughts on “Honeymoon: A Chaos Station story

  1. I love the Chaos books! Unfortunately I have been pretty busy,(once again,with chores,work and obligations, my books find time when sleep becomes optional)and certainly have not been the only one. Do you have any idea when some voice folk could get aboard and audiobook the series?

    1. So glad you enjoyed the books. ❤

      We'd love to see them in audio, but that's up to our publisher. Fingers crossed! (And if we hear anything, we'll be sure to post!)

  2. I’m so glad y’all wrote this. I downloaded but haven’t read it just yet as I’m reviewing several arcs for some authors right now, but that is neither here nor there. My question is, have y’all thought about bringing all the snippets and shorts that are on your website and put them in a book formate and sell that? I know I would buy it and I’m sure there as others that would. For us lazy folks, opening up your kindle and having them all there would be awesome. Again, thanks so much for creating this world for us.

    Do you think that maybe y’all will do a spin off? I just would love to really meet the guardians and see where they are from and have some with the crew maybe going off and doing their things. Oh and revisiting Qeks world.

    Anyway thanks and have a great weekend!

    Sent from my iPad


    1. We are actually planning to do that with our short stories! We’ll definitely post info as we have it. 🙂

      We also have a vague outline for a spin off series, but no firm plans as yet.

      Thanks for the note, and I hope you enjoy Honeymoon. 😀

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