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  • Gets Better and Better

    This series still has me hooked. I love Vic more and more. And what he said at the end about his abilities, I've been wondering if that was the case. I'm excited to find out how far he can go. I'm also loving learning his history. This is definitely one my favorite series.

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  • Another great entry w/heat, danger, heart, mystery

    As the title suggests and continues on from Secrets, Camp Hell is about Vic revisiting his past or trying to find answers. The flashbacks were wonderful and blending in and out of them was spot on. Some times there was confusion but it was confusion on purpose so the reader could fully appreciate Vic trying to understand everything and that it takes time, seconds and/or minutes, to fully grasp the difference between then and now. Just brilliantly written. Who do you trust? Who do you hate? Who's on the level? Okay so you know what I'm about to say: you have read Camp Hell for yourself for those answers, I won't spoil it for you. I will say that this may be mainly Vic's journey for answers, Jacob stumbles into a new bit of himself along the way and I can't wait to see where that goes, so much potential. I'll admit that I missed Lisa in this entry but I love the working relationship between Vic and Zig. I think there is plenty of basis there that could turn a respectful working partnership into a full-fledged friendship. As for Crash, well I'm probably not 100% on board with his place in Vic and Jacob's world but I can't deny his contributions are quite entertaining and I'd love to see him finally find happiness of his own. As a total package and the next entry in PsyCop series, Camp Hell is an all-around blend of mystery, heat, drama, paranormal, humor, danger, and plenty of mayhem, there may be a little less romance but I never doubted that the love and heart was there. Can't wait to see what's next for Vic and Jacob.

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