Victor Bayne's job as a PsyCop involves tracking down dead people and getting them to spill their guts about their final moments. It's never been fun, per se. But it's not usually this annoying.
Vic has just moved in with his boyfriend Jacob, he can't figure out where anything's packed, and his co-worker is pressuring him to have a housewarming party.
Can't a guy catch a break?
On a more sinister note, Vic discovers there's absolutely no trace of him online. No trace of anyone else who trained at "Camp Hell," either. Everyone Vic knows has signed a mysterious set of papers to ensure his "privacy." The contracts are so confidential that even Vic has never heard of them. But Jacob might have.
What other secrets has Jacob been keeping?
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I'm a long time fan of JCP and her PsyCop series (not to mention all her other books!) but hearing them performed by Gomez Pugh has elevated them to perfection. He IS Victor Bayne. I'll listen to these stories again and again. Jordan Castillo Price, PsyCop and Gomez Pugh are the best out there.
As per usual, Gomez Pugh brings his 'A' game to this audio. I love the characterization of each voice. I can't imagine anyone other than him narrating this series.
I like the fact that Victor would protect Lisa from everyone, including Jacob and herself.
I love his version of Ms. Mattie. She's awesome.
Secrets and lies, much to despise....
Every book gets better and I anticipate the next one even before I finish the current one. They can't be released quickly enough for me. Great job Jordan and Gomez. Next please.
The narrator and the story. I love watching Victor grow up!
Victor, Cash, and Jacob
No, I don't prefer one over the other, they are just different ways to experience a book.
I have all the books in this series, and he IS Vic, this book is no exception.
This series get better and better as we learn more about Vic and his background, as well as the way he grows with each book.
I love the characters and the story line of these books. I'm so glad I bought the first book and now four books down, I can't wait for number five. So while I'm waiting i think I'll check out other stories of This talented author.
I love this series. I've been in search of a m/m book that isn't all lovey dovey. The relationship between the two main guys is romantic and hot but not unicorns and skittles sappy. Then there's the backdrop of sci-fi combining my favorite genres. Well worth your time.
Gomez Pugh continues to astound me with his voicing. Every single character that Jordan Castillo Price took the time to develop is so vivid with his voice. He's taken the series to a whole new level!
I enjoyed the narrator. I am not sure why some were complaining, but I had no difficulty with his "Vic" voice.
Vic and Jacob have moved in together and they are still trying to hit their stride as both cops and a couple. Add my favorite character, Lisa and her Si-No gift, and Carolyn, Jacob’s honest partner, this story was like thanksgiving with family—full of drama!
The focus of the story was still on law enforcement and solving crimes, but each character was trying to make peace with various past issues. But those secrets were threatening to destroy their relationships. Vic hasn’t completely accepted that Jacob loves him. Vic also wants to help Jacob do his job. Vic wants to find out what really happened at Camp Hell. Vic was just going through it. It is great that Jacob is a calmer character because he is a stabilizer for Vic. But we got to see Jacob wrestle with ethical decisions at his job and unfortunately he sought help from his ex-Crash.
In the end, the couple did settle in and they end in a good place—together.
The author does a great job with the pacing and development of the characters. I admit that I was a tad judgment of Vic in book 1, but I have grown to really enjoy Vic. I have also had my reservations about Jacob, but the last two books have erased those doubts. I am looking forward to see what secrets Viv and the gang will uncover in Camp Hell.
"Review for the PsyCop series"
I hadn't read any of the PsyCop books before I listened to the series on Audible. I throughly enjoyed each story and Jordan's distinctive storytelling. I loved the premise of the series and thought the chemistry between Vic and Jacob was sizzling throughout. Gomez Pugh's performance was fabulous. His narration was spot on for each character. He differentiated each person clearly and made them come alive for me. I pictured everything going on in the scenes and recognized each character when they spoke. Jacob's voice was husky and so sexy. UNF! The production quality was excellent. I will definitely listen to all five superb stories again.
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