Thaw: a PsyCop Short

Thaw: a PsyCop Short

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by Jordan Castillo Price
     
 

As a psychic homicide investigator, Victor Bayne doesn't get much time to relax. Thaw offers a rare glimpse of him off the clock.

Heard of the PsyCop series, interested in m/m fiction, but never tried it? Take a taste of Victor and his sexy boyfriend, Jacob, whose smoldering good looks threaten to melt the ice rink they're skating on.

PsyCop short

Overview

As a psychic homicide investigator, Victor Bayne doesn't get much time to relax. Thaw offers a rare glimpse of him off the clock.

Heard of the PsyCop series, interested in m/m fiction, but never tried it? Take a taste of Victor and his sexy boyfriend, Jacob, whose smoldering good looks threaten to melt the ice rink they're skating on.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000690734
Publisher:
JCP Books
Publication date:
03/01/2009
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
197,879
File size:
185 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Jordan Castillo Price's influences include Ouija boards, Return of the Living Dead, "light as a feather, stiff as a board," and boys in eyeliner.

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Thaw: a PsyCop Short 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 148 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To appreciate this fine sampling, you would have to read the PsyCop series. Book 1 & 2 PsyCop Partners consists of 2 stories, Among the Living and Criss Cross, featuring 2 cops, one psychic and one "stiff" (non-psychic). Victor and Jacob, respectively. Book 3 & 4 is PsyCop Properties consisting of Body & Soul and Secrets. Book 5 is Camp Hell. Read these books and you will certainly appreciate thaw.
zepher More than 1 year ago
I really liked this short story. It has a believably tense sexual undercurrent and it made me want to know more about what the main character does for work.
Susannah20 More than 1 year ago
Price is an author who understands that if a reader likes her characters, the reader is going to want to keep reading about them. And so, to tide us over between novels, she gifts us with a free snippet! This is a very considerate and generous move on the part of someone who writes for a living. And this snippet is quite wonderful. It gives us a bit of background on the ever mysterious Victor Bayne, by letting us know about one small part of his childhood. We get a lovely moment of Chicago at night on a cold wintry evening. And, best of all, we get to see how Victor and Jacob are when they are not caught up in the serious, dangerous aspects of their jobs. These two guys, that Price's readers have come to adore, are simply having an evening out and enjoying the hell out of each other's company. I've read all the PysCop books and all the various shorts that are available. "Thaw" remains a favorite simply because it is nothing more than a glimpse into a very happy moment. "Thaw" is charming.
RoxyOViolet More than 1 year ago
While we are interested in views regarding storyline, writing style, and plot we don't care to hear your bigoted slurs. Take your wrinkly, hate-filled ass somewhere else.
TheMadButterfly More than 1 year ago
It seems that this series needs a positive review. I've read the whole series and its actually quite good. The writing style isn't written like a "illiterate kid" or "pre-adolescent". I have no clue where those people got that idea, or maybe its just them being homophobes.If you don't like gay fiction why read it? Did they even read the short? I really recommend reading the series first. It IS worth it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This free story is most appreciated if you read the PsyCop series. For a longer free (7) chapters on the first book of the series, PsyCop Partners, Among The Living. http://www.psycop.com/
OmahaStar More than 1 year ago
Though not advertised this way, my guess is that this is part of a novel. It feels like they've taken five pages out of a book and labeled it as a short story. It's not even a chapter. How it relates to something called "PsyCop" is beyond me. It's two guys who get together and go ice skating. They are flirty, and seem nervous that people might discover they want to be together. Ok, that's nice. Why? Why are they nervous? What does this have to do with PsyCop, whatever that is? There is no beginning or end. It's not even a "slice of life" type story, since the whole of the events is just a few minutes.
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Seems to be a talented author.
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nstev84761 More than 1 year ago
I loved the sweetness an the ending ppl usually dot like pda especially gays but those who do get applause from me a sweet read fr a sad person haha