Intangible by: J. Meyers

Synopsis: Twins Sera and Luke Raine have a well-kept secret—she heals with a touch of her hand, he sees the future. All their lives they’ve helped those in need on the sly. They’ve always thought of their abilities as being a gift.

Then Luke has a vision that Sera is killed. That gift they’ve always cherished begins to feel an awful lot like a curse. Because the thing about Luke’s ability? He’s always right. And he can’t do anything about it.

Thoughts: Intangible is one of those books where you find yourself loving every character. Needing to know what happens next. And, hoping that there will be a happy ending and not a dreadful one. Plus look at that pretty cover!!  Intangible is exciting, dangerous, and full of magical moments.

We start off with Twins Sera, who can heal, and Luke, who can see the future. Then one freighting vision later, Luke sees Sera killed and his visions are never wrong. It becomes a race against time for Luke to figure out a way to save Sera. All the while, creatures are coming out that they never knew existed. Vampires, Fae, and well they might know something that Sera and Luke don’t.

First off, I’m in love with twins. Any kind of twins is a huge win in my book and I absolutely adored Luke and Sera’s story. Even though they both depend on each other so much, they each have their own strength. Watching them discover the world around them, figure out that they’re apart of something bigger, and then do anything to save each other is true sibling love. Also, with Sera I really enjoyed her relationship with Mark. Mark is one of the sexy boys with the dark past that I find myself clinging to so I can give him a big hug. I thought he and Sera were good for each other, and I really hope to see more of him in the future.

Overall, the lore J. Meyers created was fascinating. Not only did she make Fae, and vampires, but she threw in special powers as well and that really captured my attention. Another thing J. Meyers did, was that she told the book from many different view points, and yet they were all perfectly in line with the story and easy to follow. I was very impressed with it and also loved it because I adore being inside different character’s heads. Intangible is completely original and has loads of thrills to keep you turning the pages. I’ll definitely be looking for the next one!

– 4 out of 5 Splatters –

Published by Jena Freeth

30. Boy mom. Book lover. Fitness junkie. Shopaholic.

One thought on “Intangible by: J. Meyers

  1. SO glad you enjoyed Intangible, Jena! I loved Luke and Sera too. Their relationship/bond was amazing. Although I did like Jonas more for personal reasons and because of Marc's actions, I still want to see more of Marc too.. I thought they were cute together! Wonderful review, as always ❤ 🙂


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