Intangible (Intangible, #1)
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Intangible (Intangible #1)

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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 a...more
ebook, 264 pages
Published January 31st 2012 (first published January 29th 2012)
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I've always been a sucker for brother/sister connections and Luke and Sera Raine have a very special one indeed.
Luke is a seer. He has visions, dreams and feelings for things to come and he's never been wrong. Ever.
His twin, Seraphina has the ability to heal people and can also give a silent push of persuasion when needed.
But when Luke has a horrific vision of Sera dying, he has to do what ever it takes to prevent it.
But something is coming. Something bigger then the both of them and when all m...more
4.5 stars

Before starting to read Intangible, I read the bonus short story, Intuition which gives you a quick insight into the life of Sera and Luke Raine, twins who have some very special gifts. I was really impressed by Intuition and the second I finished it, I immediately moved onto reading Intangible as I just had to know more about these interesting characters! If you'd like to test the series yourself, Intuition is actually free on Kindle and it's definitely worth a look!

When I first starte...more
“Four Stars: A creative paranormal YA fantasy book, loaded with magical beings and features gifted twins.

Luke cringes as the terrifying vision flees his mind. As a seer, he is used to these sudden impending images of future events. This time, fear strikes into the depths of his soul. He just witnessed his twin sister Sera's death. Frightened he seeks out the comfort of his sister's company, only to find at one o'clock in the morning, her bed is empty. Meanwhile, Sera ducks into a hospital room t...more
Misty Baker
*A 4.5 Review*

Once upon a time there lived a girl, in a tiny town, with nothing to do. So to pass the time she read. She read, and she read, and she read…so much, in fact, that one day she threw down her book and declared that she had “finally read it all!”

“That can’t possibly be true,” her closest friend said. “There are so many books, and so little time, there is no way you have read it all.”

“Oh, but I have!” the girl proclaimed, “and I’ll prove it!”

“How?” asked her friend. “How will you manag...more
Emily AKA Doodle
Review originally posted at Doodle's Book Blog

Intangible was a wonderful, entertaining read! J. Meyers took a world of mythical beings and provided the reader with a suspenseful ride through an exquisitely written tale.

Let me introduce you to the main characters. First we have the twins, Sera and Luke Raine. They aren't like your usual twins, they get along and always know when something is bothering the other. Sera can heal people. Luke sees the future. Sera is selfless, witty, intelligent, an...more
4.5 stars

Also reviewed on my blog Paranormal Book Fan

This book started off slow for me but it really picked up, to the point where I didn't want to put it down. It was intriguing and kept me guessing throughout. I had no idea the direction that this was going to take. I absolutely loved the ending and felt it opened some interesting doors for a second instalment.

Sera and Luke are twins who are gifted. Sera is a healer and Luke is a Seer. Luke has a vision in which he Sees Sera get killed by a wo...more
Intangible was a great paranormal young adult read. The word that comes to mind when I think of Intangible is Unexpected. There were so many twists and turns in the story that I never felt bored or that I knew what was about to happen. I really liked both Luke and Sera and enjoyed reading from both of their points of view. We also read from a few other characters point of view at different times and at first I found that a bit jarring, but as I got further into the novel I knew to expect it at t...more
Why isn't everybody reading this? Seriously?!

Is it because this is a self-published novel? Well, don't let that stop you. I've read my share of self-pubs and I'm also one of those readers whose eyes magically zero-in on typos, spelling and grammatical errors. I can tell you, Intangible is an absolute pleasure to read ~ not a flaw in sight!

Besides being devoid of typical self-pub landmines, J. Meyers crafted a unique and remarkable world. Ms. Meyers uses the usual suspects for the other races i...more
Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
I have had this book on my to read list for a while. It didn't disappoint. I award this book 4.5 stars.

Intangible by J. Meyers is a compelling read about twins-- Luke and Sera who have secret powers that they can't really share with anyone they know. Even their parents who have probably seen some of their powers don't talk about it. Sera meets a dark, handsome stranger with a big secret as well, and also runs into someone else who may possibly be a... vampire? What happens next is really fun and...more
Lauren (Northern Plunder)
This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see more reviews please click here.

Whilst doing the daily rounds of visiting your blogs I stumbled across Intangible, it was the cover that took my eye and after reading the synopsis I knew I really wanted to read it. I also knew I was on a book buying ban and I wouldn't be able to get my hands on it any time soon, or so I thought. Not longer after leaving my comment, J. Meyers contacted me and offered me a copy for review. I was s...more
Once Upon
Just another couple of high school students in yet another YA Paranormal/Supernatural book? Nope! J. Meyers has given us what could be the next big series!

The story is set around a set of twins, Luke and Sera (short for Seraphina) who have very unique gifts. Sera is a Healer who has always helped anyone in need without notice from the rest of the world. Luke is a Seer who can see the future of anyone around him and has never been wrong. The one exception to his ability is he can't see his own f...more
Anna's Book Blog
I've heard a lot of great things about this book so when the author asked for me to review this book I was ecstatic. Unfortunately, for some reason I didn't really enjoy this book as much as I hoped.

Sera and Luke are really close. The first thing I liked about this book was the sister/brother bond that they shared. Sera is really strong and she constantly wants to use her power to help other. Unfortunately for Luke seeing the future isn't a joy ride for him. I kind of felt like Luke was always...more
Annabelle Marie Veronica
*****FINAL RATING: 4.80 STARS*****

Intangible is easily one of the best books I've ever read. I adored it a ridiculous amount and devoured every single page. It was fun, exciting, and fresh. It was completely original and had so many new ideas that pleasantly thrilled and surprised me. At every turn, something was happening or something was about to happen. I was never bored.

Well, what can I say? Luke was an incredible character. I definitely really loved him. He's fiercely...more
*4.5 stars*

Intangible is an enthralling book that tells the story of Luke and Sera Raine, twins who share more than just a sibling bond - they also share mysterious preternatural gifts. This is a secret they guard with their lives, and they live in fear of what might happen if people found out. They’re about to realize it isn’t just “people” finding out their secret that would put their lives and loved ones in imminent danger. What follows is an exciting paranormal adventure full of mystery and...more
Original review at:

I feel like this book had everything to pique my interest when I first received the review request – an awesome cover and a great blurb. I’ve never read a book about twins before!

I love the relationship between Sera and Luke. They’re kind of like the “stereotypical” twins because they’re great friends and seem to know what each other is thinking all the time. This is actually kind of an eye-opener for me because I went to high school wi...more
Sera and Luke are twins who share everything – including their secret abilities. She can heal with a touch and he can see the future. Luke’s visions of the future are always accurate, so when he Sees Sera in a dangerous situation, he grows increasingly concerned. As time ticks by and Luke is unable to change his vision, some surprising allies come forward and the twins discover that they are not the only ones who are more than they seem. With help from their friends, Luke and Sera must fi...more
The moment I became aware of ‘Intangible’ I did some researching and was instantly intrigued. Twins with special powers to heal and see the future? Sounded fantastic to me. I’ll admit I was pulled in because of the twins. I have a soft spot for twin things because I’m a twin too. But the fact that main characters Luke and Sera were twins became a minor part of why I liked ‘Intangible’.

Luke and Sera have a secret they have been trying to keep for their entire lives. Sera has the ability to heal...more
Krista (Nawanda Files)
When I first started Intangible I was so excited! I love superpowers and I have a special place in my heart for twins, since I am one. This book really didn't let me down. It's filled with a lot of action and a really original story. In addition to superpowers there are vampires and faeries, which drive the book forward in this cool and interesting world.

My favorite characters in the book have to be Sera and Luke. I loved their twin connection. You can really feel that they trust each other. The...more
Ariel Avalon
Read this and other reviews at my blog.

Twins, Sera and Luke have special gifts. Sera can heal anyone with her touch, and Luke can see the future, but can't do anything about it. When Luke has a vision that predicts Sera's death, his gift starts to look more like a curse. But there are darker forces at work than either of them could have imagined. Others have learned about them and see their gifts as a curse and a danger to their very kind. Can Luke find a way to change Sera's fate, or will the d...more
Intangible is about a twins, Luke and Sera, with the special ability to see the future and heal respectively. They didn't expose themselves to other due to Sera's bad experience with their grandmother despite Luke's warning. However, Luke has a vision of Sera being killed and he was desperate to find a way to change what he saw. But his vision never failed him once. Then, someone was looking for them right now for the power they possessed--someone in the shadows who made use of Marc... In additi...more
This review was originally posted at The Overstuffed Bookcase.

A Review of Firsts...

This book was the first review request that I ever received from an author! I wanted to read the book, added it to my Goodreads TBR list, and then got an email from the author! So that was exciting! But let me just say that even though I was excited about getting a review request, this review will be just as objective as my other reviews. Well, as objective as personal reviews can be...

This was also the very firs...more
Tracey (YA Book Addict)

Intangible filled every need I have or want when I read a YA paranormal book!! It has romance... It is suspenseful and gripping..... It has a whole range of supernatural beings.... And above everything else the writing is exceptional!!! And I admit to doing a little happy dance when I realized that the story was told from a few different characters perspectives, because I really love to read a story that is told from the males POV!!!

Intangible is the story of...more
Alexia Purdy
What a mind blowing read! I thoroughly loved this story! I so want book 2 now. Intangible was a breath of fresh air in a genre that is getting a lot of wear. It starts with Luke and Sera, twins with special powers, who don’t know just how special they are. Sera can heal and Luke can see the future. But when one of Luke’s visions is about his sister, will he be able to change the future?
Sera finds herself breaking one of her personal rules and falling in love with Marc, a mysterious stranger who...more
Fara Nani
Review on blog: Intangible Review

J. Meyers sent me an e-copy of Intangible(and yes, I did freak out;)). I didn't know what did I expect when I started reading this book but one thing I know for sure, was that I never expected it to be THIS GREAT! Seriously!

One has the power to See and one has the power to Heal. It's a little bit of Alice Cullen and Lissa Dragomir but I LOVE it! Luke and Sera back each other up like brothers and sisters. One holds them up when the other was down. Twins power peop...more
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
Like I mentioned above, after reading the prequel to this story, Intuition (which I highly recommend you read first) I just knew it was going to be great, in fact I was super excited to start reading it. I love it when a prequel can do that to you, draw out emotions and make you want to immediately pick up the next book, always a sign of a good author.

And I was not disappointed.

I absolutely adored Sera and Luke. I love the connection they had as not only brother and sister but as twins. How they...more
Jennifer at The Bawdy Book Blog
Intangible is one of those YA, PNF books that you want to read, because it’s like a casserole: it’s got all these tasty ingredients in it that make it a fine, delectable dish. Unless you don’t like casseroles; then forget I said that.

Intangible is mostly about twins Luke and Sera and the prophecy that looms over them, not to mention, all of the paranormal species. So much was going on in this novel, at first, it was hard for me to follow. It reminded me of the movie, Crash, where different lives...more
Melissa Haggerty
I love reading debut authors. J. Meyers has reminded me why. Intangible is her first novel and she did such an amazing job. Another Indie author who has knocked it out of the park. Intangible was well thought out and perfectly executed. I could tell that J. Meyer put a lot of effort, research, and love into this book. Readers are sure to fall in love with Sera and Luke. I know I did.

Sera and Luke have such a fascinating relationship as twins. I have twins, and I hope their bond is as strong (alt...more
Jul 08, 2012 Maria rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: e-book, ya
I like Intangible.


Intangible has potential. It would've been good if not for Sera's overdramatic antics. I like Luke's POV more than Sera's. Luke is funny and 100% teenage boy! I enjoyed his musings, especially his 'Fey' musings. haha! Meyer's writing is easy to get into. And did i mentioned i totally dig that book cover?

Oh, this is about vampires and elves. How the 'Children of the Prophecy' can change the real world and the Realm. How Sera and Luke are threats to these creatures.

Vickie Ramage
I'll pause for a moment whilst you get a real good look at that cover. It's beautiful, no? It looks amazing on my Kindle app, with the black background! Definitely one of my favourites of the year and proof that a cover doesn't need to be elaborate to be unique and eye catching!

The story is easily as rich as the cover, packed the brim with action, suspense and characters. Quite a lot of characters in fact. I found the story a little slow going at first but once it got going it was really fun. Se...more
Kelsey (Kelsey's Cluttered Bookshelf)
For the full review, check out my blog Kelsey's Cluttered Bookshelf.

First, I want to thank the author who sent me an eBook copy of this!

The description of the book when I first read it sounded pretty interesting, I like the idea of normal kids having secret powers. But after reading this book, there is a whole lot more to it than that, and it was awesome!

It starts out with Luke having a vision of his twin sister Sera dying. Although his visions have always been right, he tries desperately to fin...more
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j. meyers is a total sucker for romance and wholeheartedly believes in love that lasts a lifetime. She grew up in Vermont, spent three years in Germany when she was a kid, and now lives in Central New York. When she's not reading or writing, she's chasing after her four kids, exploring the outdoors with her family, baking sweet treats, and forgetting to make dinner. She's the author of Intangible...more
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