Intangible (Intangible #1)
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
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
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
I think I owe Mel one heck of a hug for raving about this book so much that it got my attention, because I probably wouldn't have gotten my hands on it had she not been promoting it so much-- I wouldn't have even known it existed, probably. And that's just too sad a thought to even consider.
Intangible captured my attention in the very first chapter, and didn't let go until the very end, and if I'm being honest, it still hasn't lost my curiosity. There isn't a dull moment throughout the entirety...more
There were a lot of things I loved about this book. First of all, I enjoyed the fact that the two main characters are twins, each with a different gift. Luke can see the future, and his sister Sera can heal with a touch. I loved the connection they have...more
Luke and Sera Raine are seventeen year old twins born with special abilities. Luke is a Seer, who sees the future and Sera is a Healer, who heals humans by touching them. Growing up, they had to keep their abilities a secret from the world. Luke and Sera are very protective of each other and will do whatever to keep...more
Series- Intangible # 1
By J. Meyers
Publication Date-January 31, 2012
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 abi...more
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
Sera and Luke are no ordinary twins. Sera had the power to heal and Luke, to see the future. After a devastating event that happened with their grandmother when they were younger, the twins both decided that it was best to keep their talents a secret.
Intangible was told from third person point of view that switches among the characters. The book starts with a prelude, an excerpt from one of the interesting events that would happen in the future. Th...more
Sera and Luke are twins with special powers. Sera is a healer, and Luke has visions of the future. No one except these two know about their powers (so they think) and they are determined to keep it that way. But, unbeknownst to them, because of these powers, they are being hunted -- and not by just one entity, but...more
Luke and Sera are twins and have a very deep connection. No, not only because they are twins, but because they share and keep each other's secrets and the one thing that could make or break any "normal" relationship they have in their lives. Luke can see the future, and Sera can heal. It is a very big secret they both harbor for each other. When Luke has a vision of his beloved sister dying, his world is turned upside down...more
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
But some secrets can’t last forever – especially as there’s a whole supernatural world out there they never knew about that is very interested in them and their unique powers. A world that begins to intrude when Luke predicts disaster –...more
A group of interesting paranormal entities makes up the other characters that J. Meyers brilliantly gives readers their viewpoints witho...more
Although the story slowed down after Luke’s vision as we were introduced to additional characters and provided with more information about the twins, it soon sped up and set its course towards the scene that I was waiting f...more
A well written fantasy that explores the relationship between siblings and what they would do to protect the ones they love. The imagery was beautiful and descriptive so that it really made you feel as if you were a part of their world.
The characters were relatable and I enjoyed getting to kn...more
The book starts off with tw...more
Intangible is set in a world where creatures (vampires, elves, etc.) exist but they are unknown in the human world. J. Meyers creates a wor...more
Author and Title: J.Meyers' Intangible. Here's a teaser:
"It was quiet times like this that she wished she could tell them that she knew what they could do. Knew who they were. But it wasn't entirely hers to tell.
Plus: A pretty gripping read, fast-paced with enough action and story. The twins, Sera and Luke, were interesting, though Sera's character gets more prime-time in the book. Intangible's world is one where vampires, fairies and more are on the fringes of socie
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
Sera and Luke have such a fascinating relationship as twins. I have twins, and I hope their bond is as strong (alt...more
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
The book starts off strong and kicks right in with the action. The author has a really smooth writing style. I liked that she’s able to tell the story from each of the character’s POVs.
There is a kick-ass climax and plot twists that I didn’t see coming. Very good job keeping me guessing.
The Sera-Marc romance was hot without being adult
There was a real ending but left the door open for more
Shallow but I loved the cover to this and the short story introduction “Intuition.”
What I didn’...more
The first half of this book was fairly slow, but it kept me interested. The characters were different then your average YA characters. They had great personalities and I genuinely liked them. Th...more
Sera and Luke were very likable. They weren't self-centered and actively looked for tho...more