Soothe the Burn

Soothe the Burn Captain Alvix has a secret One he s managed to keep hidden for years until a stranger comes to his rescue and shakes up Alvix s perfect world Suddenly Alvix finds himself doing things he never imagin

  • Title: Soothe the Burn
  • Author: T.A. Chase
  • ISBN: 9781602726390
  • Page: 271
  • Format: ebook
  • Captain Alvix has a secret One he s managed to keep hidden for years until a stranger comes to his rescue and shakes up Alvix s perfect world Suddenly, Alvix finds himself doing things he never imagined he would and revealing his deepest secret to a man made of metal Lieutenant Cooper is the leader of an elite group of military men Their loyalty to the Galactic MilitarCaptain Alvix has a secret One he s managed to keep hidden for years until a stranger comes to his rescue and shakes up Alvix s perfect world Suddenly, Alvix finds himself doing things he never imagined he would and revealing his deepest secret to a man made of metal Lieutenant Cooper is the leader of an elite group of military men Their loyalty to the Galactic Military led them to volunteer for an experiment that changed their skin into titanium flesh On a desperate rescue mission, Cooper enlists the help of Alvix and, with that one action, changes their lives forever Can a man made of metal and a man struggling to control the fire inside his soul find common ground Or will their love burn to ashes before they ever have a chance to discover it

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    • ElaineY says:

      I enjoyed this M/M sci-fi very much though I've ended up giving 3 stars. There's adventure, other worlds and hot guys so it was halfway to being a 4 or even 5 star read. What lost me those stars was that the romance could have had more feeling. It felt roboticjust going through the motions. No angst, no real passion. The emotional connection that was there in T A Chase's other books was missing here. Alvix could have ended up with any of the other men in the team and there would have been okay w [...]

    • Elisa Rolle says:

      I think that with this futuristic novel T.A. Chase wanted to have fun: even if we are talking of battles in alien planet, and so, basically very tricky situations, I have never felt like the men were really in danger, and instead, there were even some funny moments. Alvix is trying to escape is endured slavery; it’s not clear how he managed it, but he has a small spaceshift and he wants to leave the planet as soon as possible, only that the spaceshift has a flat tire! Or something similar. Lik [...]

    • Ayanna says:

      Are you having some serious cravings of PURPLE? Are you in search of cliche, one-dimensional mother of Mary Sue of an MC/MCs? Are you looking to bask in porny space opera-y not-really-well-explained-world-y-ness? Then this book is for you!What was up with these metal people? First I was under the impression they were actual cyborg-y-looking things. And then we're told the metal's more of a patchwork-y thing? What exactly is a GalMil? Why do these characters find themselves wanting to do things t [...]

    • Tam says:

      Alvix (and I do like that name) is trying to get his ship fixed when a man of metal offers to help him in exchange for transporting him and his men to rescue their team. Cooper and his team are part of a military experiment where their skin as it is damaged turns to flexible titanium metal. They get captured on the rescue mission by a fire people but Alvix offers to be the king’s play thing in exchange for letting the others go as he is a fire eater and can’t be killed by fire. Cooper doesn [...]

    • Jimmy Hanson says:

      Unique. I loved the concept but was surprised that there was actually a 'team' of 'metal men' instead of just one. Still, wow.But for the length of novel it was, I kept feeling like it was skimming over too much. Alvix sacrifices himself for Coop and his team and it's put across very well why, but there's no definite time difference between anything - the travel time from when he's hired, to when they're taken, to when he sacrifices himself, to when he's recovered and all of this happens within [...]

    • Omega696 says:

      I liked this story, I wanted to give it 4 stars, but I didn't. Why? I had some problem with sudden change of character of Alvix. I understand he was through a lot, but his behaviour changed so drasticaly it was unbelievable. Maybe if the book was longer and the concept was better developed - maybe I wouldn't have that feeling it was suddenly someone totally different I was reading about.Also, the part about (view spoiler)[ Alvix self-sacrificing for the team of men he just met(hide spoiler)] was [...]

    • Britney says:

      I found Soothe the burn to be rather odd. Don't get me wrong, I liked the book, but it was still kind of out there. I mean a guy who gets technically kidnapped by aliens he has never met before, then he decides to trade his life for theirs? Not really realistic. I thought that the abuse Alvix went through did not really serve any purpose. I don't mind abuse or sexual assault in a book, but only if it helps the story line along and this just did not fit in that category. Other than that I enjoyed [...]

    • Meggie says:

      The main idea for this story is pretty solid. From the start I got pulled into Alvix life. He was an interesting character. Cooper, the leader of an elite group of military men, was also temperamental, enjoyable character. All other team members weren't as developed and Alvix and Cooper, but even so I like them. After re-reading the story today, I'm sure this story lacks at some parts and has a lot of wholes. This made it harder to fully enjoy the story as it was written. I'm sure it could be wr [...]

    • Ana says:

      Oh so many incongruities, so many grammar mistakes I actually wonder if this book was edited at all. The plot was creative enough to get me interested tho. It wasn't without its faults either but I did enjoy myself a little. The poor world-building and character development did annoy me occasionally. We never get to know any of them very well and we never get to understand what GalMil really was either. Basically? Totally surreal and unrealistic.

    • Megan says:

      I actually really liked this. The story-line was great as well as the characters. My only wish would be to have had the time-gaps filled with some story especially that 6 month gap towards the end when they had to split up for the next mission. All-in-all though a great read and universe that I hope T.A. Chase shows us more of.

    • Boycop says:

      Interesting short story, a bit short on the emotional side.3,5 stars

    • Mountie says:

      Different but in a good way. I found the premise interesting.

    • ⚣❣☙ Michaelle ❧❣⚣ says:

      2.4 Stars

    • Michael says:

      3.5 Stars

    • Sair says:

      3.75 stars

    • George says:

      Nice space romance, easy quick read!

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