Precog in Peril

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Review of Precog in Peril by Theo Fenraven. Reviewed by Julia Flowers writing as A. T. Weaver

 One usually reviews one book at a time, however I find myself unable to separate these three. In most series, any of the books is able to stand alone. This reminds me of the old serial movies of my childhood (Tarzan, Hopalong Cassidy, Roy Rogers, etc.) where every week the same three words appeared at the end. “To be continued.”

These three words appear at the end of each of the first two books. Although the author mentions the previous books in subsequent books, I would recommend reading them in order.

I have to thank a friend for lending me the first book. As soon as I finished it, I had to purchase the second and third.


Gray Vecello has a gift, a gift he doesn’t want. He is able to see the future. When his grandfather dies, he leaves Gray not only his houseboat, but instructions to find friends of his and learn to use his gift.

Grandfather also left a surprise on the houseboat in the form of a young man named Cooper Key who, unbeknown to himself, also has a gift. Cooper was kicked out of his home for being gay.

It isn’t long before the two are sharing not only the boat, but the only bedroom.

They also discover Grandfather left something else…a fortune in heretofore undiscovered paintings in the form of Tarot cards painted by a famous artist.

The three books are filled with intrigue and danger as nefarious people try to use Gray’s gift for unscrupulous ends.

If you’re looking for a fast-moving, attention-holding read, I can wholly recommend Theo Fenraven’s Precog in Peril series.


 Theo Fenraven is a writer of m/m romance, mystery and adventure. He is also an accomplished photographer.

He can be found at:

Other books by Theo Fenraven:

A Silence KeptBlue River

The Blue ParadisePhoenix Rising

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