The Lightning Struck Tower [NOOK Book]

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Gray Vecello and Cooper Key are back in the last book in the Precog in Peril series. Snatched by PsiOps, a covert arm of the government, they?re offered training in exchange for their psionic help. Will they take the deal, and if they don?t, what will PsiOps do to them?

Gray and Cooper meet new friends and enemies in this final chapter of the trilogy. The story takes the reader from New York City to Ely, Minnesota, and back to Gray and ...
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The Lightning Struck Tower

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Overview

Gray Vecello and Cooper Key are back in the last book in the Precog in Peril series. Snatched by PsiOps, a covert arm of the government, they’re offered training in exchange for their psionic help. Will they take the deal, and if they don’t, what will PsiOps do to them?

Gray and Cooper meet new friends and enemies in this final chapter of the trilogy. The story takes the reader from New York City to Ely, Minnesota, and back to Gray and Cooper’s marina in Red Wing, where they will face the ultimate test of their powers. Someone will live… and someone will die.
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Hearts on Fire Reviews - Don UnKnown
I cannot recommend this excellent, short trilogy highly enough. I suggest that readers buy all three books as they will not want to stop at one book. The story line flows perfectly from book one to the conclusion of book three. Gray and Cooper are extremely well done and likable characters as are many of the secondary characters. I’m looking forward to reading many more books by this author.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016136981
  • Publisher: Voodoo Lily Press
  • Publication date: 12/31/2012
  • Series: Precog in Peril , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 683,178
  • File size: 666 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2013

    What a perfect ending to an exciting trilogy this book was. M



    What a perfect ending to an exciting trilogy this book was. Mr. Fenraven picked right up where Knight Of Wands left off. Cooper and Gray come to in a musty hotel room after their abduction by Jolly Roger in Knight Of Wands. Roger recruits the guys into the PsiOps which is a government organization that studies people with gifts and often uses them in covert work. Cooper and Gray are moved to a small compound in Ely, Mn. where they are trained and meet other gifted people. Gray's abilities are pushed to the maximum when McCollough shows up to collect on their business deal. I cannot recommend this excellent, short trilogy highly enough. I suggest that readers buy all three books as they will not want to stop at one book. The story line flows perfectly from book one to the conclusion of book three. Gray and Cooper are extremely well done and likable characters as are many of the secondary characters. Mr. Femraven manages to skillfully weave the plight of homeless GLBT youth into an engrossing paranormal adventure with a HEA. I'm looking forward to reading many more books by this author.

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