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?
This was just so good. I love Victor. I listen to the audio version and I loved the narrator. I haven’t have such a great experience with audiobooks, but this narrator is one of the best I’d listen to.
The plot was great, not my favorite so far, but it got my attention very easy and it had me hook all the time. I love the characters and the humorous tone that the story had. I’m really loving this series.
In terms of Victor and Jacob’s relationship, even though I love them together, I felt like something was off in this book. Maybe it had something to do with Jacob’s mood but it was nice to see that not everything was perfect, which made it more realistic.
I love the secondary characters, and here again, the narrator made such a fantastic job with some characters that had brief appearances. There was certain ex that just won my heart, I would love so much to know more about him.
Overall another great instalment on this amazing series. Absolutely recommend it to any reader.