Adult review for erotic content.Question of the Day : What IS PsyCop?*thinking**thinking**thinking**pause thinking to crunch on an old, leftover candy cane**still thinking*You know, it beats me. Is there a category for m/m romance with both a suspense and an urban fantasy bent that features a drug-using psychic who uses his talents to sense ghosties for the police? Is there? I don't know. Talk about a hodgepodge of stuff going on up in this place. I liked Criss Cross better than the first book short novella. The previous installment in the series did have a very hot smut scene up against a glass window, but this time around the author managed to get right to the good stuff without making me sit through a lot of character background and police procedure. Given that it had been a while since I'd read number 1, I didn't feel lost, which was a nice surprise. Remember earlier in the week when I read that scary pirate-rape story and complained that nothing really happened other than a lot of scary pirate-rape? I am happy to report that there are authors out there who know how to pack in a story which has a little bit of everything into a small amount of space.There Was :ChemistryActionMysteryPsychic Crime FightingSmut...and humor! I loved Vic's musings! This is a shorter story, so there's not much else to add to the review without making it as long as the story itself. I'll leave you with this scene which made me smile :She slipped a pamphlet into my hands. On the cover was a triangle with a rainbow inside and I nearly spewed the bagel the nurse had given me. How'd she know I was gay? It was the blowjob. They'd found traces of semen in my mouth. Oh god, I was so fired. And then I'd lose my health coverage, and then my liver would explode."In addition to changing the meds, you'll have to start watching your diet," she said.I stared at her."The USDA modified the food pyramid to reflect their most recent guidelines," she said, as I scrambled to figure out what my diet had to do with being queer. Chance pointed at the pamphlet. "You'll note there's no donut group. And no coffee group either. Limit coffee to one cup a day. Two, at the most."I looked down at the pamphlet and read the title. My Pyramid Plan : A Guide to Healthy Eating.