The first chapter was OMFG SO HAWT, YAAAAS! Holy fucking Batman, the biting...
It was humbling to have someone able to press all my buttons that well. Maybe it was a little scary, too. What if Jacob used his superpower for evil, not good? Would it matter? Probably not, as long as he kept me drugged with sex.
Jacob's working a case in an elderly home with his partner, Carolyn. Vic gets asked to help, and since Lisa is visiting and trying to figure out the extent she's willing to go to with her sí-no, she makes it that much easier to solve the case.
You don't have to be psychic to end up knowing things you were a lot happier not knowing.
There's secrets, hidden truths, omissions, and patience is stretched thin on Vic's side... He just wants answers.
You'd think that either something is factual or it isn't. Carolyn tells me people's individual truths often have little to do with facts.
Something I wasn't very fond of was the jealousy, and the role Crash played in it all. Crash is a devil, but I like him, and at times Vic made him out to be much worse than he actually is...
Jacob being unable to keep his eyes–and hands–to himself while they were surrounded by cops, was pretty satisfying.
"He can't keep his eyes off you. Whenever you're in the room..."
"Yeah, I know. It's weird."
I'm excited for the next book, because Heliotrope Station sounds like hell, indeed, and I'm curious what really went down while Vic was there.