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.
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Aboard the drift cruiser Biswas, 2270
“Bingo!” the old blue-haired lady beside Zed chirped, thrusting her hand over her head to get the caller’s attention. “Ha! Eat it, sucker!”
That last bit was directed at Zed, and it was so unnecessary. He’d never wanted this bingo excursion to turn into some sort of competition, but the lady had somehow decided they should be archrivals or something. Just because he’d won every game so far…
It wasn’t like he was going to keep the money—he sure as hell didn’t need it, and this was all for fun. He was going to donate the winnings to charity. Sharing that with his seat-mate didn’t endear him, though—if anything, she’d gotten more belligerent at the news.
Whatever. He’d had enough. Maybe Flick was done napping and they could find some real fun. He pushed away from the table. “Thanks for the games, ladies.”
There were a few murmurs from the other ladies, but his archrival shot him a glare. “That’s right. You run away now. Buh-bye.” Then, under her breath, “Sucker.”
Zed barely managed to refrain from rolling his eyes as he left the bingo hall and started back toward the suite aboard the pleasure cruiser Biswas that he was sharing with Flick. His husband.
It was still hard to believe, that after all their history and everything they’d been through— particularly over the past year—they’d actually managed to walk down the aisle and say their vows without some galactic emergency looming over them. Everything was quiet, though Zed didn’t dare make that observation out loud for fear of tempting fate, and for what seemed like the first time since their reunion, he and Flick had a chance to just…breathe. And be husbands. Before leaving Alpha Station on their drift cruise, they spent the first two days of their honeymoon wrapped up in each other in bed. Or in the shower. Or on the floor. Or the couch. And there’d been that one time hard up against the wall…
It was awesome.
Jenn and Kelly met in 2009 through a mutual infatuation with a man who wasn’t real. After all but crashing the video game’s forums with daily dissection of their obsession, they started writing together, discovered they really liked writing together and began plotting stories in worlds of their own creation.
The CHAOS STATION series aren’t the first books they’ve written together, and they’re pretty sure they won’t be the last. As long as their so-called smartphones keep making autocorrects that trigger brainstorming sessions, they’ll have enough character ideas and plots to keep them writing for years to come.