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Body & Soul (PsyCop Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

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Book Description

Thanksgiving can't end too soon for Victor Bayne, who's finding Jacob's family hard to swallow. Luckily, he's called back to work to track down a high-profile missing person.

Meanwhile, Jacob tries to find a home they can move into that's not infested--with either cockroaches, or ghosts. As if the house-hunting isn't stressful enough, Vic's new partner Bob Zigler doesn't seem to think he can do anything right. A deceased junkie with a bone to pick leads Vic and Zig on a wild chase that ends in a basement full of horrors.
Novel: 43,000 words. Contains explicit erotica.

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 479 KB
    • Print Length: 125 pages
    • Publisher: JCP Books, LLC; 2 edition (18 Oct. 2009)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B002TG4P8G
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
    • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,397 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Chilly Chicago heated up by the PsyCop team 12 Mar. 2011
    Format:Kindle Edition
    Body and Soul opens with a Thanksgiving dinner with Jacob's family, and despite the comic tone of the scene, Vic's panic attack illustrates just how difficult he finds it to interact like a normal person. Indeed, given what we learn about his upbringing it's amazing he functions as well as he does. There is plenty more of Vic's trademark neuroses as he gets to grips with his new NP partner Zigler. Meanwhile, Vic and Jacob are having problems finding anywhere to live that suits both of them.

    As always, Jordan's writing is superb - I was drawn completely into Vic's world and shivered in the Chicago snow as he tracked down ghosts in alleyways. Good thing there was some smoking hot sex to warm things up (although sadly not in the alleyway). The case Zig and Vic are on is intriguing, and downright creepy at the end, but Vic gets some moments to shine as they wrap everything up.

    Of course, if you've already read the first two books why would you need to even read a review to decide whether to read on? Just go for it! My all time favourite m/m series.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Series review - BRILLIANT 6 Aug. 2015
    Format:Kindle Edition
    I have just finished marathoning this series (except for the first one, I'd already read that one), including the shorts and I still want more. MORE, I tell you.

    Wow. I don't really know where to start this review... actually, that's a lie. I'm going to start with Vic, because, for me, this is all about Vic. I love Vic. I LOVE Vic. I LOVE VIC. Totally and utterly. Starting with the cover model used (I mean HALLO, he's gorgeous and exactly how I pictured Vic, 9 times out of 10 the cover model used doesn't match my mental image but JCP nailed it for me). That scowl, that stubble, that can't-quite-be-bothered look. Perfect.

    And, his personality matched. Perfect in that not-at-all-perfect way. A childhood that consisted of moving from one foster family to another. Drug use to control his psychic ability. His psychic ability, the dude sees ghosts, most often caught in the moment of their violent death. Time spent in Camp Hell where he was abused to find out the extent of his powers. Being part of a psycop team, disliked by the rest of the force because they don't understand, or fear, what he can do. Oh, and he's gay. Not that he has a problem being gay, but it isn't exactly embraced in the job he holds.

    So, all in all, Vic fears the shadows. He doesn't can't trust easily. Humans and spiritual entities alike are just too willing to use him for their own gain. I'm surprised he holds things together as well as he does. But he does, in the snarkiest, grumpiest, most gorgeous way possible.

    Have I mentioned I may love him a little??

    As the series develops we see him embrace what he can do, albeit sometimes very reluctantly.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Yes to everything, basically 30 Dec. 2014
    Format:Kindle Edition
    Oh man.

    So. Yes? And yes. Yes to everything, basically.

    Vic. You're adorable. And if I had a category on my book shelves for favourite protagonists you'd be on it. I might create one just for you. Because I love you.

    Subtle changes happening here, I'm loving the character growth. It doesn't feel rushed and is appropriate to the pace of the series and to their relationship too. I really enjoyed the reveal of the case as well. Ugh. I love the world building in this, because it's necessary for a story like this too, and JCP does it so well. And the way she balances the case file with the romance too, not too much of one or the other, maybe because of the way we're so involved with Vic, it's just his life, and so, easy to follow.

    Anyway. Bring on the next one!

    S***. Five starring this because for some reason, four stars just doesn't feel appropriate.
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