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Fighting Instinct Audiobook by Mary Calmes Narrated by Tristan James

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Blurb

L’Ange: Book Two

Only a privileged few know L’Ange’s head of security Arman de Soto is a shifter, and even fewer know he’s been systematically killing off a pack of werewolves. The reason for this vengeance is a secret Arman trusts with no one, quite the opposite of his obvious longtime pursuit of the château’s overseer, Linus Hobbes. Despite Arman’s reputation as a loner, the only thing he needs to complete his life is Linus. Predator and prey just don’t mix—but Arman won’t give him up.

Linus has lived alone for more than seven years, sheltered at L’Ange under an assumed name and hiding secrets of his own, including his terrifying attraction to the most dangerous man he’s ever met. Arman knows Linus should be afraid of the predator stalking him, but Linus is still drawn to him like a moth to a flame, no matter how much he tries to deny his instincts. It’s not until Linus’s past and Arman’s crusade exposes their secrets and opens L’Ange to attack that Arman realizes waiting any longer is a risk he just can’t take. So he’ll have to take his quest to the source of the threat in a gamble to protect L’Ange, Linus, and any future they might have together.

Review
(Reviewed here previously http://kimichanexperience.com/fighting-instinct-audiobook-lange-book-2-mary-calmes-narrated-tristan-james/)

Book one reviewed here: https://openskyebookreviews.com/old-loyalty-new-love-lange-book-1-audiobook-by-mary-calmes-narrated-by-tristan-james/)

I’ve been re-listening to this series because a) I love it and listen to it for comfort and b) because I’m excited about the new audio for book 3!

By now, I’m assuming you’ve read book one – at least – if not all three books in the series. They can be stand alones, but they’re so much better read in order, as a series.

Arman is a mystery – we assume he’s a shifter, but we don’t know what kind. We only know that he’s dangerous and scared Quade. It takes almost half the book before we find out what he is and … well you’ll just have to find out yourself!

In book one, we are kind of led astray – Mary made us think Arman was going after Tucker, the Jackal shifter in Quade’s pack. She explains how that was only a ploy to make Linus jealous, because Arman’s heart belongs to Linus and has for years.

Linus’ story is hard to hear – he was terribly abused – and as a result he doesn’t trust easily. But now, after so many years, Arman is tired of waiting and he pushes Linus to essentially put up or let him go.

In addition to hiding who he is, Arman also hides what he does. We find out that he has an agenda- a vendetta really – of epic proportions. This vendetta makes him almost an anti-hero. He’s definitely not the typical perfect Alpha we have seen in other Mary Calmes’ stories. He’s got a dark side that he’s embraced fully. What’s fascinating is the effect this has on Linus and the other people in Arman’s circle of friends.

(Especially if you’ve read book three… everything gets really murky and complex…)

One of the things I really liked about this story was that Linus and Arman get together pretty early on. They work as a team for most of the story and it was imminently satisfying to watch their relationship grow and deepen while they worked together.

Though it might seem a bit blood-thirsty, the vendetta is explained really well and at no time did I feel that there was any other possible course of action than that which Arman took.

I don’t always understand the “shifter rules” in this universe – sometimes they can identify shifters by scent, sometimes they can’t, some shifters are easier to discern than others… but no matter what, Mary has given each shifter an animal side that manifests into the human side in a way that’s unique to their own characteristics. This I love! Bits of the animal peek out in the human in a way that demonstrates that these are more than just people who are sometimes fuzzy, but instead unique beings with a different set of skills, personalities, quirks and even morals.

Mary Calmes is amazing at world building she isn’t afraid to stray from typical “shifter” lore and she draws us in with her own clever style.

The chemistry between Arman and Linus is scorching hot. Mary writes excellent sex scenes and the sexual tension and it’s subsequent release is phenomenal in Fighting Instinct.

As I re-listen to these, I find that I’m also really interested in the humor we have in these stories. At one point, we find out John Slade is to be part of Arman’s “pack” and his response is hilarious! Especially in the audio edition. But he and Linus play with one another, spar with words, and it’s fun and funny.

Though it isn’t the first time and it won’t be the last time I say it – I love Mary Calmes’ books and I highly recommend them all.

Audio

Tristan James narrates this book as well as book one and as you know he is one of my favorite narrators. His voice is delicious! That’s the single best word I can find to describe his characterizations. Delectable, yummy, scrumptious… you get the idea.

He gives Linus a slightly lighter and Arman a slightly darker voice and of course we get the rich tones of Quade and the more bubbly Roman. But there are a whole host of other characters – the smarmy John Slade, the dedicated members of Arman’s team, and then Kelvin – mmm – Kelvin! (We get more of him in book 3 and I can’t wait!)

I LOVED the banter and devotion between Arman and Linus. Tristan does a beautiful job of playing the growly Arman off with the cool and calm Linus

I give this 6 of 5 stars – Amazing, each and every time I listen.

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Psycop Briefs Audiobook by Jordan Castillo Price Narrated by Gomez Pugh

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Victor Bayne sees dead people for a living…and he sees them off the clock, too.  After all, ghosts don’t confine their appearances to a psychic medium’s work hours. 

From the macabre to the mundane, from titillating to tender, these PsyCop shorts feature stolen moments between the novels. Get a glimpse of Vic’s life with Jacob between cases, from both men’s viewpoints. Gain new insight on their psychic talents by accompanying them on odd jobs, shopping runs and family visits, or simply enjoy some downtime in the cannery. 

The twenty short works range in length from flash fiction to novelettes, woven together to create a novel-length narrative of Vic and Jacob’s relationship from a fresh perspective. The stories are gleaned from various sources: anthologies, newsletters, and web, with four all-new pieces to tie the collection together and delve deeper into your favorite PsyCops’ domestic life. 

Coffee O’Clock 
Thaw 
Mind Reader 
Stroke of Midnight 
No Sale 
Most Likely To… 
Jock Straps On Sale 
Piece of Cake 
In the Dark 
Let the Chips Fall 
Memento 
Impact 
Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns 
Waiting Game 
On the Road 
Wood 
Off the Cuff 
Locked and Loaded 
Inside Out 
Witness

Review

(Book reviewed here previously)

First, the timeline Jordan gives us helps with understanding both the flow and order of these stories.

A Rough Timeline

The PsyCop shorts differ from the main series in various ways: tone, pacing, even subject matter. Some of them don’t fit neatly into a specific slot in the series. Some of them may even contradict small facts from the main books. They’re tangents, really, bits of story that would warp the pacing of a longer book, but things that seemed to be worth exploring.

Coffee O’Clock takes place soon after Among the Living, when Vic’s relationship with Jacob was still tenuous and new. A few months elapsed before Thaw, so it would be set betweenBody & Soul and Secrets. So would Stroke of Midnight, their first New Year’s together.

No Sale is the first story that takes place after they move in to the cannery, so it’s after Secrets and Camp Hell. Most Likely To…, Let the Chips Fall, Off the Cuff and Memento all occur after the move-in. Vic’s baking effort marks their first anniversary together, so Piece of Cake occurred just after GhosTV.

In the Dark, which expands on Jacob’s relationship with Keith, would be their second Halloween together, which puts it between GhosTV and Spook Squad. That would make Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns a future Halloween.

The stories where Vic tangles with Crash happened closer to the beginning of their friendship. Mind Reader would be pretty early, in the Fall just after Criss Cross, but in Jock Straps they’re more comfortable together, so it’s the next Spring, after Body & Soul.

Since Lisa is in town with Waiting Game, it happened during the gap between GhosTV and Spook Squad, which was the longest continuous stretch she was in Chicago.

In Impact, Jacob is beginning to explore his own abilities, so that’s after Camp HellWood and On the Road are set around the holidays of their second winter, and Vic is at ease with Jacob’s family by then, so they occur after Spook Squad, as do Locked and Loaded and Witness.

Inside Out is a prequel set before Among the Living, but it wouldn’t be as interesting to read it chronologically. I think of it as a flashback episode of a sitcom where none of the characters know each other yet; the fun comes from viewing it through the lens of knowing that those ships passing in the night will eventually collide.

These snatches of stories—vignettes and flashbacks, and a few longer meaningful moments that happened when the novels weren’t looking—form a mosaic of Vic and Jacob’s relationship that’s still recognizable as them, but shows the two of them in some new and unexpected colors.

 

Coffee O’Clock 

This is a very cute “morning after” with Vic and Jacob.  I love how little things bother Vic in this one that we see pop up again and again in other stories.  (Like how Jacob is kind of a slob with his stuff!)  We also get to see just how important Jacob is to Vic and how pivotal this time period is for them as a couple.


Thaw 

 This is just a sweet little story about Vic and Jacob being cute with one another and very loving. Also – ice skating!

 


Mind Reader 

I’m not sure what this was about… but I’ll bet it plays out in the future.   A little (weird) interlude between Vic and Crash.


Stroke of Midnight 

 Jacob ends up alone at a New Year’s Eve party at his ex’s house. He’s lucky, though, he ends up with Vic at Midnight.

Very cute and the two of them are so sweet with one another!


No Sale

This is a quick shopping trip where Vic runs into a knife wielding ghost and Jacob shows us how much he trusts Vic.


Most Likely To…

I thought this was a fascinating look through Vic’s eyes at himself and a nice little glimpse of the lengths Jacob will go to to find out more/support his love.


Jock Straps On Sale

As with Crash in general, I’m not quite sure where this was going… but it was funny!


Piece of Cake

Ha!  This is a fun look at Vic and Crash and baking for Jacob!


In the Dark

This was a pretty fascinating look both at how Vic sees himself as compared to the rest of Jacob’s friends and a little bit on morality and moral obligations.  Really interesting.


Let the Chips Fall

Cute story about our boys buying paint.


Memento

I think this is my favorite of all the little side stories.  It is an amazingly sweet look at Vic through Jacob’s eyes and it just GLOWS with his ardor.  He loves Vic so, so much. Fascinating and so touching.

(This was previously released as it’s own audio and I reviewed it here. https://openskyebookreviews.com/memento-psycop-6-2-by-jordan-castillo-price-narrated-by-gomez-pugh/ )


Impact

I like seeing Jacob flexing his psychic “muscle”.


Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns

What an interesting one!  I loved the take on the haunted house and the eventual ghost hunt.  (The castration zone was particularly disturbing!)


Waiting Game

Yes!  One from Lisa’s perspective!  So fascinating.  All the wondering.  Si?  No.


On the Road

Mr. Perfect not being perfect, though still perfectly charming.


Wood

This is a fun “boys will be boys” side trip where Vic and Jacob are easy in their relationship and having fun.  It was a blast!


Off the Cuff

A little bit more “boy humor” with our guys.  🙂


Locked and Loaded

I love both the psychic strength Vic shows here and the love he has for Jacob.


Inside Out

Technically this is a pre-quel to the Psycop series but I strongly recommend reading it after book one and before Thaw, so that’s where I’m going to place it. You’ll have already read book one, so you know Crash, Carolyn, Victor and Jacob.

This is the first time Jacob meets Victor and hears about Crash. So interesting!

 Witness

This was a well crafted short story about a strange training exercise that ends up topsy turvy.  And a little smexy times!

 

For fans of the series, some of these you’ll have already read, so it’s great having them compiled in one convenient package, but there are others here that are new and so much fun to read!

Audio

Gomez Pugh is amazing!

I’m so glad we get a little bit more of Gomez Pugh doing amazing work and bringing Vic and Jacob to life! The end of the series was hard to see, so having these little clips to re-visit was a welcome gift! As I previously reviewed, Memento is still my favorite of the bunch. Jacob and Vic’s relationship is just showcased so perfectly and Gomez does a terrific job of showing us those feelings shared between them. His dry humor is just spot-on for Vic but the warmth in Jacob’s voice also speaks volumes.

I loved having a whole “Lisa” story – I just love that accent! Of course, Crash is wonderful – as usual. And we get the whole host of other amazing voices that we’ve already fallen in love with!

For fans of the series, the author and the narrator – this is a must buy! If you haven’t experienced the joy that is this series – you have to start at book one – but you’ve got a wonderful experience ahead of you!

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Psycop Briefs by Jordan Castillo Price

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Victor Bayne sees dead people for a living…and he sees them off the clock, too.  After all, ghosts don’t confine their appearances to a psychic medium’s work hours.

From the macabre to the mundane, from titillating to tender, these PsyCop shorts feature stolen moments between the novels. Get a glimpse of Vic’s life with Jacob between cases, from both men’s viewpoints. Gain new insight on their psychic talents by accompanying them on odd jobs, shopping runs and family visits, or simply enjoy some downtime in the cannery.

The twenty short works range in length from flash fiction to novelettes, woven together to create a novel-length narrative of Vic and Jacob’s relationship from a fresh perspective. The stories are gleaned from various sources: anthologies, newsletters, and web, with four all-new pieces to tie the collection together and delve deeper into your favorite PsyCops’ domestic life.

Coffee O’Clock
Thaw
Mind Reader
Stroke of Midnight
No Sale
Most Likely To…
Jock Straps On Sale
Piece of Cake
In the Dark
Let the Chips Fall
Memento
Impact
Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns
Waiting Game
On the Road
Wood
Off the Cuff
Locked and Loaded
Inside Out
Witness

 

 

Review

First, the timeline Jordan gives us helps with understanding both the flow and order of these stories.

A Rough Timeline

The PsyCop shorts differ from the main series in various ways: tone, pacing, even subject matter. Some of them don’t fit neatly into a specific slot in the series. Some of them may even contradict small facts from the main books. They’re tangents, really, bits of story that would warp the pacing of a longer book, but things that seemed to be worth exploring.

Coffee O’Clock takes place soon after Among the Living, when Vic’s relationship with Jacob was still tenuous and new. A few months elapsed before Thaw, so it would be set betweenBody & Soul and Secrets. So would Stroke of Midnight, their first New Year’s together.

No Sale is the first story that takes place after they move in to the cannery, so it’s after Secrets and Camp Hell. Most Likely To…, Let the Chips Fall, Off the Cuff and Memento all occur after the move-in. Vic’s baking effort marks their first anniversary together, so Piece of Cake occurred just after GhosTV.

In the Dark, which expands on Jacob’s relationship with Keith, would be their second Halloween together, which puts it between GhosTV and Spook Squad. That would make Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns a future Halloween.

The stories where Vic tangles with Crash happened closer to the beginning of their friendship. Mind Reader would be pretty early, in the Fall just after Criss Cross, but in Jock Straps they’re more comfortable together, so it’s the next Spring, after Body & Soul.

Since Lisa is in town with Waiting Game, it happened during the gap between GhosTV and Spook Squad, which was the longest continuous stretch she was in Chicago.

In Impact, Jacob is beginning to explore his own abilities, so that’s after Camp Hell. Wood and On the Road are set around the holidays of their second winter, and Vic is at ease with Jacob’s family by then, so they occur after Spook Squad, as do Locked and Loaded and Witness.

Inside Out is a prequel set before Among the Living, but it wouldn’t be as interesting to read it chronologically. I think of it as a flashback episode of a sitcom where none of the characters know each other yet; the fun comes from viewing it through the lens of knowing that those ships passing in the night will eventually collide.

These snatches of stories—vignettes and flashbacks, and a few longer meaningful moments that happened when the novels weren’t looking—form a mosaic of Vic and Jacob’s relationship that’s still recognizable as them, but shows the two of them in some new and unexpected colors.

 

Coffee O’Clock 

This is a very cute “morning after” with Vic and Jacob.  I love how little things bother Vic in this one that we see pop up again and again in other stories.  (Like how Jacob is kind of a slob with his stuff!)  We also get to see just how important Jacob is to Vic and how pivotal this time period is for them as a couple.


Thaw 

 This is just a sweet little story about Vic and Jacob being cute with one another and very loving. Also – ice skating!

 


Mind Reader 

I’m not sure what this was about… but I’ll bet it plays out in the future.   A little (weird) interlude between Vic and Crash.


Stroke of Midnight 

 Jacob ends up alone at a New Year’s Eve party at his ex’s house. He’s lucky, though, he ends up with Vic at Midnight.

Very cute and the two of them are so sweet with one another!


No Sale

This is a quick shopping trip where Vic runs into a knife wielding ghost and Jacob shows us how much he trusts Vic.


Most Likely To…

I thought this was a fascinating look through Vic’s eyes at himself and a nice little glimpse of the lengths Jacob will go to to find out more/support his love.


Jock Straps On Sale

As with Crash in general, I’m not quite sure where this was going… but it was funny!


Piece of Cake

Ha!  This is a fun look at Vic and Crash and baking for Jacob!


In the Dark

This was a pretty fascinating look both at how Vic sees himself as compared to the rest of Jacob’s friends and a little bit on morality and moral obligations.  Really interesting.


Let the Chips Fall

Cute story about our boys buying paint.


Memento

I think this is my favorite of all the little side stories.  It is an amazingly sweet look at Vic through Jacob’s eyes and it just GLOWS with his ardor.  He loves Vic so, so much.  Fascinating and so touching.


Impact

I like seeing Jacob flexing his psychic “muscle”.


Everyone’s Afraid of Clowns

What an interesting one!  I loved the take on the haunted house and the eventual ghost hunt.  (The castration zone was particularly disturbing!)


Waiting Game

Yes!  One from Lisa’s perspective!  So fascinating.  All the wondering.  Si?  No.


On the Road

Mr. Perfect not being perfect, though still perfectly charming.


Wood

This is a fun “boys will be boys” side trip where Vic and Jacob are easy in their relationship and having fun.  It was a blast!


Off the Cuff

A little bit more “boy humor” with our guys.  🙂


Locked and Loaded

I love both the psychic strength Vic shows here and the love he has for Jacob.


Inside Out

Technically this is a pre-quel to the Psycop series but I strongly recommend reading it after book one and before Thaw, so that’s where I’m going to place it. You’ll have already read book one, so you know Crash, Carolyn, Victor and Jacob.

This is the first time Jacob meets Victor and hears about Crash. So interesting!

 Witness

This was a well crafted short story about a strange training exercise that ends up topsy turvy.  And a little smexy times!

 

For fans of the series, some of these you’ll have already read, so it’s great having them compiled in one convenient package, but there are others here that are new and so much fun to read!

5 of 5 stars

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The Stroke of Midnight (Psycop 3.1) by Jordan Castillo Price

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Jacob Marks has noticed that crimes are committed whether or not he happens to have a social engagement on the agenda. Date another PsyCop, and the likelihood of having a successful night out are cut in half.

Of course Jacob feels sorry for the poor sap in the Fifth Precinct who’s been shot. But did he have to go and get himself offed on New Year’s Eve?

 

 

 

 

Review

Jacob ends up alone at a New Year’s Eve party at his ex’s house. He’s lucky, though, he ends up with Vic at Midnight.

Very cute and the two of them are so sweet with one another!

4 of 5 stars

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Status Update (Gaymers Book 1) Audiobook by Annabeth Albert Narrated by Sean Crisden

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Adrian Gottlieb is winning at life. He’s a successful video game designer with everything a man could ask for, including a warm comfy ride to Denver and a date for his sister’s wedding. But he finds himself in need of a total reboot when he’s left stranded at a snowy campground in Utah. Holiday plans? Epic fail.
That is until Noah Walters offers him shelter for the night and a reluctant cross-country ride. Nothing about the ultraconservative geoarchaeologist should attract Adrian, but once he discovers Noah’s hidden love for video games, the two connect on a new level. Soon, a quiet but undeniable chemistry sparks.
Something doesn’t add up, though. As the miles accumulate and time runs out, Noah must face the most difficult choice of his life. Meanwhile, Adrian must decide whether he’s ready to level up. Is their relationship status worth fighting for, or has this game ended before it’s even begun?
Book 1 of the #gaymers series

Review
(Book Reviewed here previously)

Noah is a professor at a Christian University. He’s in totally denial of his sexuality and has never had sex with anyone. Nothing. Not even a kiss.

Adrian is a very flamboyant and out and proud game designer. He gets left in Utah by his online boyfriend on their way to Denver for Thanksgiving. Noah is kind enough to rescue him and drive him to his family.

While on the road they find that they have way more in common than they thought.

**

This was a very sweet and sometimes HOT OFY/first time romance. Noah fights Adrian at first, but really, who can resist one’s soul mate for long?

Adrian – luckily- has a pretty solid head on his shoulders and doesn’t give up easily.

There was a bit of waffling here and there, but most of this was simply two guys working through the beginnings of a relationship and one guy finally admitting that being gay isn’t wrong.

The Epilogue (often my favorite part of most stories) was awesome!

I enjoyed it and think fans of OFY/first time romances will too!

Audio
Sean Crisden is easily one of my favorite narrators, so it was with great joy that I saw he was doing the narration – great book + great narrator equals amazing listening experience!
He gives Noah a lovely deep and growly voice and Adrian a lighter but not overly effeminate voice which I feel fit them both perfectly. He gives all Adrian’s friends great accents too. A great way to enjoy this wonderful book!

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Sons & Brothers (Sons Epilogue) by Shae Connor

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Sons: Epilogue

As the end of the year approaches, seven gay men in their own unique romances ring in the holidays in their own unique ways. Six months after they started dating, Evan Day and Riley Yeats are settling into living together in Riley’s loft. Across town, Shaun Rogers and Con Brooks are celebrating an old-fashioned Christmas with Shaun’s family. But when threesome Mikey O’Malley, Jimmy Black, and Cory Lassiter pull off a big New Year’s Eve surprise, their friends find themselves considering the future of their own relationships.

Review

This is a super sweet…. Super sweet! … epilogue for all our guys.

I just love epilogues and this one is absolutely ooey gooey great!

Evan and Riley get a lovely nudge from watching Mikey, Cory and Jimmy get hitched as do Shaun and Con.

The ceremony at New Year’s is just tear jerking and lovely and I was really glad we got to see it.

Highly recommended for fans of the series.

5 of 5 stars

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