Genre: Young Adult > Paranormal
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.
(An ebook copy was sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.)
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.
Intangible started out strong. But then the love interest came along. Marc. Aargh. I despise him. Something about his character that is so unlikeable. Good thing Luke’s prophecy about Marc came true. I wouldn’t like him to be a part of Sera’s and Luke’s life.
It’s surprising that the secondary characters is what attracted me more in the story: Fey and Jonas. They are true to their nature and more bad-*ss than the twins.
I liked how the story panned out. I just lost interest in the middle when Sera’s teenage drama commenced. Eventually, it led me to think that the story is too long. And it was not explained how Marc ‘thudded’ the vamps into unconsciousness. Ha! I know ‘thudded’ is not a verb, but that’s what comes to mind (there are a lot of ‘thuds’ involved when the vamps went down).
Hey, if you are into paranormal stuff, i think you will love Intangible. The ending was quite satisfying should this be a standalone.