"Intangible by Jen Meyers is completely unlike any other paranormal read I've ever read....With an incredible cast of characters, excellent world building, and an undying sense of suspense." --Cupcake and a Latte
"The world that Jen Meyers has created is exciting, heart breaking, scary, magical all rolled up into a beautiful and fun package. Intangible was a page turner for sure." --Books Complete Me
"Intangible wasn't what I was expecting. At. All. Just when I thought I got it figured out Jen Meyers throws in another piece of the story that took it to another level." --Talk Supe
"I could go on for days about its exciting plot or action packed paranormal filled paradoxes but I won't. Because though all of those things are good, (or great, if I'm being honest) and they ultimately kept my fingers on hyper-drive, they were not what sucked me in, instead it was the characters that had me up until midnight reading. For a debut author Meyers is amazingly talented at character development." --Misty Baker at KindleObsessed.com
From the Back Cover
And then she knew. No vision had ever terrified him. Never. In seventeen years. It was as if his own life were at stake. But he didn't See his own future. He only saw other's. She suddenly had a terrible feeling that she knew exactly whose future he'd Seen.
Her voice was a whisper. "Do I get hurt?"
His face contorted, but he didn't say anything.
"Oh my god. Do I die?"
He closed his eyes.
"Oh." The air rushed out of her lungs on that one word. She was going to die.
Luke's voice was tight, tortured when he said, "We gotta go." He bent down to pick up Sera's bag again, then headed out the door. Sera looked down at her feet. Their book bags lay there. She should probably pick those up, she thought. Luke was already on the porch, waiting. She reached down and grasped the bags, then woodenly stepped outside.
Luke stared at her a moment, searching her face, then reached around her and locked the door. He started down the steps, but her voice stopped him.
He turned to look at her. She was going to die. She knew she was going to die. But she couldn't stop herself from asking even though she already knew the answer.
"Have you ever had a vision that didn't come true?" she said. "Ever?"