Intangible by J. Meyers
Published January 31st 2012
My rating: 4.5 stars
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 woman with red hair. And the worst thing about Luke's visions, they always happen, there's nothing he can do to stop them. Luke can't see anything about himself so he doesn't know that he is also in danger due to a prophecy which mentions them.
Luke and Sera don't mix much with others. They have one best friend, Fey and a kind of acquaintance, Quinn. They believe that no one else around them knows about their powers as they keep them secret. This in turn, keeps them from learning about the powers of others around them. The reader gets some insight into but are also kept in the dark at times which adds intrigue throughout the book. It is completely unpredictable. I don't think I could have fathomed a guess at where this was going to go.
Jonas and Marc are secondary characters who have their own secrets. As does Fey. I really liked Jonas but I couldn't take to Marc at all. Fey was a character who was around a lot throughout the book but yet didn't stand out for me, even though she plays an important part in the story. I don't think her character was defined enough.
The action doesn't peak until the end but it was really enjoyable and well done. This book has vampires, dark elves and light elves as well as a Seer, healer and mind reader.
The author did a fantastic job and I would find very little to fault her on except that I found the changing POV's to be confusing at the start of the book. I got used to it eventually but I think this may have been what slowed down the start of the book for me as it just didn't flow smoothly.
Overall though, I definitely think this is a must read for all paranormal fans out there. I hope that we are going to be seeing a second in the series.