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.
If you love the paranormal with some romance and tension that leads to action, you will love this book. I don't know about you, but I've read quite a bit of paranormal. It's big. It's everywhere. And sometimes it feels a bit the same. I'm telling you though, this one is good. It has vampires, and some other fey creatures, but it's more than that.
I loved the twin connection thing. Sera and Luke are great characters, easy to imagine and relate to. The bond they have is unique and melds them together. I love that they are kind and generous.
Before I read this book, the author directed me to her short story, Intuition, which sort of gave me a good idea about where the book was going and it gave me a great glimpse into the characters of Sera and Luke. You can pick it up free on Amazon or Smashwords and check it out for yourself.
As for content, the was frequent mild swearing and profanity which for me, personally, was a bit bothersome. I think it would have been just as good without it, but that's my own personal preference. There were a few violent scenes and one particular scene that made my stomach clench a bit. <shudder>
I'm usually not a real fan of cliff hanger sort of endings or unresolved issues that keep me wondering, but I thought this cliff hanger-unresolved issues ending was well done and I'm really looking forward to reading the next book. My thanks to J. Meyer for sending me her book for review.
You can buy Intangible at Amazon and B&N.