GHOSTV by Jordan Castillo Price
GhosTV by Jordan Castillo Price
PsyCop, Book 6
Erotic M/M Paranormal
Reviewed by Nannette
As PsyCops and lovers Victor Bayne and Jacob Marks search for their missing friend Lisa, they find themselves somewhere Vic never wanted to be again: PsyTrain. Although PsyTrain is the last place Vic wants to be, it may be the key to solving the mystery of Lisa’s disappearance. The FPMP—Federal Psychic Monitoring Program—is offering their help, but not necessarily out of the goodness of their hearts; they have their own agenda, and Vic has the starring role in the unfolding drama. Jacob and Vic get a lot more than they bargained for when they dig deeper into their abilities in order to save their friend.
Vic and Jacob embark on a new chapter personally and professionally in GhosTV. While the solidity of their relationship is reinforced with mundane activities like riding amusement park rides and attending soccer games, their vulnerabilities are illustrated with Jacob’s irresistible, astral insecurity and Vic constantly comparing himself to his hard-bodied boyfriend. Jacob’s reaction to Vic’s haircut and Vic contemplating his endearing lack of emotion made me fall in love with them all over again. JCP’s sharp wit shines in GhosTV, and her storytelling ability is unsurpassed. They choke down spelt cookies with the crunchy granola students of PsyTrain, watch the GhosTv’s production of “PsyTrain’s Got Talent,” and listen to the screams of “freshly flung people.” Every page is wildly entertaining. One of JCP’s unique talents is writing stories that are both character and action-driven. An incredible cast of secondary characters—some new and some old—enhance the plot, while the storyline continues to be exciting, intriguing, and suspenseful, making PsyCop six as compelling as PsyCop one. GhosTV takes the men and the series in a new, surprising direction, one that makes PsyCop seven possible, probable, and highly anticipated. GhosTV is everything I hoped it would be and more.