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Summary

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?

©2008 Jordan Castilo Price (P)2015 Jordan Castillo Price

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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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  • L. Susman
  • 14-03-15

Keeps getting better!!

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.

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  • Libros Lover
  • 01-03-15

It's No Secret..... I Love This Series

What made the experience of listening to Secrets the most enjoyable?

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.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Secrets?

I like the fact that Victor would protect Lisa from everyone, including Jacob and herself.

Which character – as performed by Gomez Pugh – was your favorite?

I love his version of Ms. Mattie. She's awesome.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Secrets and lies, much to despise....

Any additional comments?

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.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-06-15

Love Love Love this series

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The narrator and the story. I love watching Victor grow up!

Who was your favorite character and why?

Victor, Cash, and Jacob

Which character – as performed by Gomez Pugh – was your favorite?

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  • Jensen
  • 28-03-15

Cripes.

Would you consider the audio edition of Secrets to be better than the print version?

No, I don't prefer one over the other, they are just different ways to experience a book.

Have you listened to any of Gomez Pugh’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have all the books in this series, and he IS Vic, this book is no exception.

Any additional comments?

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.

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  • Morgan A Skye
  • 28-10-16

It's just getting better and better!

Wow. Just. Wow.

When you think you know somebody….
In this story we see the boys move in together. But – really – that wasn’t as big a deal as I’d have expected it to be. Instead we get some weird stuff about Crash/Vic and Crash/Jacob. I think something is heading our way that will involve Crash more seriously in the future.

Lisa comes back – so – Yay! I love Lisa’s talent and how she and Vic are so good for one another. It’s wonderful that they can share the depth of their respective talents with each other since nobody else seems to be quite as – psychic?- as them.

Jacob was the shocker in this story. First, he seriously gets off on Vic’s talent. Way more than we’ve ever seen and it’s seriously HOT. Like, scorching. Second, seeing his reaction to the “perp” was startling. He always seemed so by the book and we see a different side of him here. In a way, it makes him more believable as Vic’s boyfriend. He’s far from perfect.

I’m always so impressed by Jordan’s imagination. She has some serious writing chops. Just when we’re knee deep in a deep, dark, sexual fog – Vic will tell us how much he loves Jacob and trusts him and finds him sweet. It really brings us back to the feels in the moment without losing the momentum of the sexual tension.

In any case – our boys solved the crime – super creatively – and the story deepens surrounding Camp Hell.



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Gah! I love Gomez Pugh. He does a terrific job – again! I love Lisa. I love his “new” Jacob and thought the other secondary characters (Miss Mattie, Crash, Shepherd, Barnhardt) were fantastic.



PERFECTION!

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  • Laura G. Miller
  • 16-05-15

Hot and habit forming

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.

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  • Carlos_Justin
  • 08-05-15

Well spent time

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.

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  • Shin Mon Thway
  • 14-07-18

Jacob, don't bite me where other people can see!

So apparently, Jacob looks at Vic with “Goo Goo” eyes! 😂 (Well, at least according to Carroline .. LOL 🤣) Anyhow, what an enticing, delicious addition to our beloved PsyCop series! 💙 I loved loved loved every second listening this fabulous book. 😍 You know there’s going to some struggles between Vic and Jacob just from looking at the title. They just bought a cannery turned loft together in the last book and now they are officially moving into a home that they co-own. And I’m surprised that after all these times, Vic’s colleagues at work still don’t seem to know him because they are demanding him to do a housewarming party. 😂 Lol, can you imagine Vic hosting a housewarming party to both his and Jacob’s co-workers? 😁 And while Vic doesn’t give a shit about people finding out he’s queer, nobody at work except his sergeant and his partner know he’s gay. And more over, nobody from both their precincts knows that these two detectives are dating. 😁 And if they finally find out, Vic’s sure they are going to make spectacularly scandalous news! 😏 And to top his misery, Jacob seems to be tired and stressed all the time from his recent case of an elderly woman mysteriously getting raped and being quite distant from him. And boxes! 😱 Vic doesn’t know how to unpack and arrange everything from both the boxes of his and Jacob’s! Not a clue guys! Not a clue! 😂👏 And not only that, while trying to find out the contact information of an old flame, he found out that there’s no info whatsoever on the internet regarding to him, the camp hell or anyone he could remember from there. 😳 Now, Vic’s sure Jacob knows something about it and is actually hiding things from him. But soon, he found out that Jacob is hiding much more than that and Vic found out he does have an ugly, jealous, obsessive side that’s even unknown to him. 😁


First of all, can I just say that I can’t get enough of these two men? 😱 Seriously, I just want to read a book of them going on a vacation and spending their days rolling around in bed. 😁 I’m sure anyone who looks at me while listening that book will see me smiling with “Goo Goo” eyes too. 😍😂 And I actually loved the mystery element of this book more than the last one. It was interesting, unexpected and scary. We are used to seeing Jacob always giving Vic a chase and the poor guy has to do it all the time since Vic can be distant, inarticulate and shy. So it was a delight to see Vic going all caveman over Jacob when he thought Jacob is dipping Crash aka his ex’s arse. 😂👏 It was funny and unexpected yet endearing and sweet. 💜 And OMG! That make-up kiss was everything! 😍 We see a lot of new personalities from these two in this book. And yes, another surprise, *whispers conspiratorially* Vic just found out he has a bit of an exhibitionism. 😉 Also apparently, Vic and Jacob love mauling each other in their work stations. 😁 And yes, I absolutely loooove it! 😉 Gomez Pugh delivered it again with his amazingly talented narration and performance. I think whenever I hear his voice, I would keep thinking the voices of Vic and Jacob. I can’t wait to start 5th one and get more of this amazing couple. Vic and Jacob forever. 😌




5 Jacob, don’t bite me where other people can see stars 😁
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  • lani samayoa
  • 29-07-17

Secrets, Secrets!

What did you like best about this story?

Victor seems so lost about his powers and what is actually out there about learning more. I love how he begins to realize that he and Jacob have a real shot at being together and lasting together.

Have you listened to any of Gomez Pugh’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, he is just as good in this one as the previous books in the series.

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  • Lulu Miami
  • 14-07-17

Loved it

If you could sum up Secrets in three words, what would they be?

When surrounded by Psy people try not to do something shady.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Secrets?

When Vic discovered the gym bag, that was awful.

Have you listened to any of Gomez Pugh’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes. He is always great. You get a feeling for the story. Plus you can differentiate between characters. And his females don't sound like drag queens.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed at Vic's antics. He is funny without trying.

Any additional comments?

Fun book to anyone in love with paranormal stories. But read the previous books first.