Imaginable

Imaginable

by Jen Meyers

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Overview

The sequel to Intangible, in what readers are calling the unique and fresh Intangible Series!

Twins Sera and Luke Raine's unusual abilities are growing. Sera is healing vampires now, making them human again. And, at times, Luke can actually change the future he Sees.

But Sera's healing has dangerous consequences, and though Luke is altering the outcome of more visions, he can't control them yet.

Now Sera is in danger as the dark creatures of the Realm seek to use her. As Luke struggles to master his gift in order to save his sister, he discovers even more about his powers.

And what he learns just may put him in greater danger than Sera has ever been.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781540839114
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/15/2013
Series: Intangible , #2
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Jen Meyers grew up in Vermont, spent three years in Germany when she was a kid, and now lives in central New York. When she's not reading or writing, she's chasing after her four kids, playing outside, forgetting to make dinner, and relishing the few quiet moments she gets with her husband.

She is the author of the Happily Ever After series, Anywhere, the Intangible series, and co-author of the Untamed series. She also designs adult coloring books for fun.

You can visit Jen online at www.jmeyersbooks.com.

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Imaginable 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Meghan-OwlReadIt More than 1 year ago
 I am so excited to be reviewing this book on it's release date! Being part of the first crowd to spread the good word about this exciting and awesome book is well..exciting and awesome hah! This book is the sequel to  Intangible which I read and reviewed last year. You can find my review here. I was very happy to hear from J. Meyers again concerning the release of her new book. I really enjoyed Intangible and I've been waiting impatiently to see what would happen next with Luke and Sera, the twins that I love so much. Seriously, these two characters are just phenomenal. They have got to be the purest, most good at heart people around. They would do anything they could to help anyone that needed it, no matter what. They are always so immensely kind and considerate and generous. I also love them for their lovely relationship. They have the best sibling relationship I've ever encountered while reading. Their connection with each other and love for each other is unrivaled. There is simply nothing more important to them then each other. I found it beautiful and inspiring. And it's so nice to see the importance placed on family instead of the super hot  and mysterious girl or guy next door. That being said, Luke and Sera are both romantically attached to someone. I was sitting here on the sidelines the whole time just cheering them on in every department possible. Cheering them on in their battles against their dark enemies, in the discovery and growth of their abilities, in their determination to do the right thing, in their bold and daring romantic advances, not to mention their survival. In Intangible we seen Luke really struggle with his ability to see the future. Whether he sees it as something good or bad and also  to me it seemed he didn't really have any pride in what he could do. To him Sera was always the more powerful and important one. But in Imaginable we get to see Luke grow, big time! As he is fighting with all his might to protect his sister from those who would use her powers for evil he finds within himself way more power than he ever thought he had. As it turns out, Luke has  abilities that are astounding and unbelievably powerful.  I was jumping for joy within myself as he discovered himself and his confidence in what he can do. If only he didn't take such dire consequences to find his strengths. Sera just can not catch a break in this story. She is constantly in the clutches of evil , being tortured with her worst imaginable nightmares. Every one wants to get their hands on Sera's healing abilities, abilities she doesn't even know the full extent of yet. And they are willing to do whatever dark and terrible deeds necessary to get what they want. Which is very unfortunate for Sera as she endures their torture and manipulation. Luckily they have incredible and fearless friends, all with unique abilities of their own, because they all face some pretty terrifying foes. The bad guys in this story are seriously scary and being anywhere near them is definitely the last place I would want to be. But that doesn't stop any of them from running headfirst into the worst of it to help and save Sera. But they all face things that none of them are prepared for and  are more likely to join Sera in her torture than help her escape. Imaginable was a perfect sequel.With even more adventure, fantastic character growth and brand new enemies. I am seriously enjoying this series and hoping there will be more to come! I want to see just how amazing Luke and Sera will become as their abilities continue to grow. And I want to see the good side of the prophecy fulfilled.  I would definitely recommend this series to any and all. It's a great, light, adventurous read with really unique characters. Thanks to J. Meyers for sharing this with me so I could help to share it with all of you.
pagese More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the first book by this author and had hopes that it would become a series. When the author contacted me about this book, I never once thought about saying no. I like the combination of characters presented in this story. Having our main character be twins is not really anything new, but I like the dynamics of their relationship. I love how Sera is always thinking of others above herself. I admire how Luke is always in denial about his own worth. He will put himself in danger to protect her never realizing the position that puts others in. Most of the time those traits are rendering, but they are also what causes most of the problems. Sera's powers have caused unwanted attention. We know how it effects vampire, and at first they don't like loosing their eternal status. But, it turns out there are some perks to this that has peaked the interest of some other paranormal creatures. Luke is determined to save her, but what good are his visions of the future if he can't do anything about them. It turns out he just needed a little more practice and directions with his visions. I really felt like I got some answers in this book and happy with the directions the story is going. I don't think this is the end, and I will look for the next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this book. The first book was great and this one is even better. Excited to see what the next book in the series has to offer to the story.
AdrianaC More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book! Imaginable begins a few months after the events in Intangible, twins Luke and Sera, continue to discover a little more about their "gifts", Sera with her gift of healing by a simple touch, realizes that her gift can bring more problems than she thought because she cannot only cure humans, but she also is turning vampires into humans and they do not stop asking her to convert them, but this could be dangerous not only for herself but for all the people she cares about. And meanwhile Luke tries to find a way to force his visions with the intention of preventing them, because if he could change the future, maybe his "gift" is not as useless as he thought. Imaginable is told from multiple point of views, the main been Luke´s and Sera´s, but we also got Fey and Jonas´s POVs. I really liked this book but not as much as the first book, this time Sera annoyed me a little bit, she keeps lamenting, ignoring the warnings of Jonas and she is unable to say NO, most of her problems is because she can´t say NO. But Luke balances it a bit, he´s still as cocky (but as a joke) an in the first book, but I love how close they´re and how the can understood each other without words. And my favorite character of the series is Jonas!, He is a vampire and he is super protective of Sera and finally there´re sparks between them, so I hope these two end up together, as well as Luke and Fey. Overall, I enjoyed this book, although there were times in the story when Sera was not my favorite person, but the story is good, entertaining and I can´t wait to see how is going to affect their lives the new change in Luke´s visions. I definitely can´t wait to read the third book in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You must read book one first Intangible to follow this amazing story! This is a gripping story that had me on the edge of me seat the entire time. I loved all the magickal creatures in this book such as vampires, goblins, shadows (that are really creepy and can manipulate your thoughts) witches,humans, Regia, light elf's, dark elf's,dwarves and many other creatures. Some of my favorite parts of the book took place in the Realm. I was enchanted how everything is more vivid, beautiful and that it is a heavenly place. I like how the twins had to grow in the powers they have. They actually work at developing them!I like how bad things happen and people do get hurt. It makes the book so real to me. I love the dynamic between Luke and Fey and then Sera and Jonas. Sparks fly! I am waiting for the next installment and hope it does not take too long. J. Meyers has hit a home run with this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. Well written ready for the next one
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LenPhelps7 More than 1 year ago
Imaginable by J Meyers is book two of the Intangible Series and it continues the story about the twins, Luke and Sera Raine. It begins from where Intangible left off. It is a very interesting read from the beginning all the way to the end.   In the beginning, Luke and Sera Raine had kept their special abilities a secret from everyone and now their secret is out. Their friends and few others know what they can do. Fey has also been keeping a secret of her own from the twins and now they know who she is and what she can do. There were so many things that they didn’t know anything about and certain kind of people that they didn’t think even existed in the world but now they know the answers and that those people are real. Luke and Sera’s journey continues and along the way they will find out more things and will go through some bad situations together. Are they ready for what they will find? Are they prepared for what will happen? Will their friends be able to help and protect them? Well one day, something does happen that they were not expecting. Sera and Quinn are missing and now it is up to Luke, Fey and a few of their friends to find and save them. Will Sera and Quinn be able to escape? Will Luke and their friends be able to find them in time?  As I was reading, I felt like I was there and I could feel the emotions that Luke, Sera and their friends were feeling. J Meyers has done an awesome job writing Imaginable. I really enjoyed reading it and I am looking forward to reading the next sequel in the Intangible Series. I definitely recommend my friends to read both books in the series.   
Vanilla_Orchids More than 1 year ago
Rate: 4.5 **I was given a copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review.** <i>Imaginable</i> is book two in a series about twins Sera and Luke who are Gifted. Sera has a healing touch whereas Luke is a Seer. In book one you get to know Luke and Sera and their small group of friends, be they old friends or new. Plus the challenges that they each face while trying to keep their 'gifts' a secret. They feel alone having to hide who they really are, but it isn't long before they realize there is a whole other world full of the paranormal and that there are some they don't have to hide who they are from. There is a prophecy about Luke and Sera that has the paranormal world, particularly the vampires, a bit nervous for their safety, their future. When one vampire seeks out Sera, her healing touch turns that vampire back into a human. When other vampires learn of this, there are more who wish for the same thing. But now in <i>Imaginable</i> , you learn that vampires returned to human aren't necessarily a good thing. And when Sera is asked by her best friend Fey and by her vampire friend Jonas to stop 'healing' vampires, it puts her in even more danger. And it's not just the vampires who want Sera for her ability. There are others. Luke is frustrated with his inability to stop a tragedy that he 'Sees' even though he was able to save Sera (in book one). He's determined to figure out how he can bring on a vision, hopefully in time to change the outcome. Both Luke and Sera are coming to realize that over time their powers are increasing. I found this story to be exciting, intense and fun. There is practically non-stop action. There always seems to be trouble around every corner, particularly for Sera. You get to spend more time in the Realm, the parallel world where the vampires, elves and other paranormal beings primarily live. Being a fan of romance stories, I really enjoyed the romance elements even though they are not at all the focus of the story. I definitely recommend this series if you enjoy YA paranormal stories. And I am very much looking forward to the next book.
Little_MissDQ More than 1 year ago
Intrigued! That should be the title for the next book. Just a suggestion, but I am. Not only do we get consequences due to Sera's actions in the first book, we also find out more about Luke and Sera's past not to mention the roles Fey, and maybe even Jonas, played in it. Sera isn't safe, Luke's powers are growing, relationships are immerging, elves, dwarfs, vampires, super humans!
Addicted_Readers More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars I received a copy of this book as a part of a blog tour, in exchange for my honest opinion. Everything you are about to read is my full and honest opinion about the book. Imaginable was a highly anticipated book for me. After reading the first book in the series, Intangible, I was Hooked! And let me tell you Imaginable did NOT disappointed! I enjoyed this book a lot! But I will say unfortunately, it was a little slow starting. And as I never had the felling I wanted to give up on this book, because I knew it would speed up and get better. But I lost interested in the beginning, due to the slow start and was thinking to put it off for a while, NOT give up. But, I am SO GLAD I didn't because about around the 25% mark, I really got into it and was lost, yet again in the world J. Meyers had created! The writing style was as good as the first book, if not better. I enjoyed the new turn of events that happened in this book. It was a twist I was not expecting, but their was other parts that were predictable. I LOVED Jonas, yet again in this book. He has this way about him that you just want to jump through the book and get lost in the world of Jonas, and Jonas ONLY! He is definitely a big part of wanting to read this series! Oh, and Fey, I LOVE her too. She is such a Strong, independent, stubborn and definitely beautiful that can kick A LOT of Supernatural Butt. She is also the voice of reason when Sera and/or Luke want to jump into something without thinking about it, which happens A LOT! I like Sera and Luke too, but it just felt like it was too much of the damsel in distress with them both ALWAYS having to be saved. I mean don't get me wrong it is understandable, with them being human in all and having limited powers to fight all the dark creatures of the Realm that is after them. I mean what can they do against five Vampires that are 200 years old? Not much, BUT it's just I like my main characters, the Kick-butt kind that takes care of their self. Not the kind that have to sit back and be saved! BUT I still did LOVE them and love this book too! So in the second installment Imaginable, were taken back too the world that Luke and Sera's live-in and all the drama that follows. Sera and Luke are just starting to recover from the last kidnapping and attack when their world is thrown it to an uproar, yet AGAIN! The Supernaturals are not through with Sera yet, actually their just getting started, and EVERYONE wants a piece! They'll do anything to get her! So with Sera in grave danger and Luke not knowing how to will a vision on in time to stop it, they must rely on each other and the ones closet to them to get (through this terrible time........) They have been thought a lot together and with their friends but this time ALL is at risk and if they can even trust their own eyes who or WHAT can they trust??? After this book picked up in speed it really went on FULL FORCE ACTION, WITH NON-STOP ADVENTURE and heartache that I felt for the character's! I really enjoyed this one better then the first. The first one was GREAT, but this one was AMAZING! ' So Overall if you enjoyed the first book in the series you will DEFINITELY enjoy the second, probably even more like me!
ObsessionwithBooksSC More than 1 year ago
Review: 4 1/2 out of 5 stars Imaginable is the second book in the Intangible series and was kindly provided to me by the author in exchange for my honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed diving back into the supernatural world J. Meyers has created and revisiting the characters that I grew to like and appreciate from the first book, twins Sera and Luke Raine. We learn in book one that Luke is a seer and has visions of what is going to happen in the future and Sera is a healer.  Both of the twins understand more about their abilities now and we see further character progression in Imaginable but with knowledge of what they can do also come with consequences and puts them in greater danger with others seeking to use them for their own nefarious purposes. They can handle themselves well but at times both of them seemed to rush head first into things   without fully thinking things through which at times drove me batty! The plot was fast paced and action-packed, poor Sera couldn&rsquo;t really catch a break and seemed to be the twin everyone wanted; her ability is one which is sought-after by seemingly every supernatural creature so her safety in this book was a focus for a few  other characters; Fey still takes her role extremely seriously and Jonas played the protector role well, I absolutely adore this smexy, tortured, extremely loyal vampire; I liked that we get to see the POV&rsquo;s from Luke, Sera, Fey and Jonas. The secondary cast of characters are wonderful, I was a big fan of a Fey/Luke relationship in the first book and things have progressed which I really liked; I also love the interaction between Jonas and Sera, the banter and dialogue between all of them is written really well. We also meet a few new characters, I can honestly say I am now a fan of Thorn; I loved his wit and honesty. I was once again pulled into this captivating story, Ms Meyers writing was entertaining and had me engrossed from the very first page,   she has a delightful way with words and I adored the vivid imagery, especially of the realms and the creatures which inhabited them such as gnomes, goblins and shadows which proved to be the real threat. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed Imaginable, the detailed and creative world Meyers has crafted is mesmerising and I am eager to see what is to come of the prophecy and the new breed of Vampire/Human hybrid in the next installment, I am also eager to see more progression with the romance aspect.
booksaresanity More than 1 year ago
Great sequel to Intangible! Imaginable is the sequel to Intangible, a book about Gifted twins, Sera and Luke.  So reading that first is a must!  I have to say, I wish that I had re-read Intangible first because my recollection of who Brandon, Raquel and Quinn were was pretty fuzzy.  Imaginable was easy to read and the pages flew by so quickly!  The intrigue and action seemed to begin immediately (which is great for me) and I couldn't seem to put it down!  Jonas and Sera are my favorite characters by far!  Sera is so sweet and kind, she would do anything for her family and friends.  Jonas is so tough and strong, but in this book you get to see that deep down he cares.  I know, I know, what about Luke?  Well I really loved him in this book, I got to see his funny and sarcastic side!  I also enjoyed seeing him hone his gift and learn to not give up!  The action and fast pace of this book will keep you page turning until you are finished!  Imaginable is a great sequel to Intangible and I am hopeful there is another book after this one.  If you like YA, fantasy, paranormal or just want a good read, then check out J. Meyers' books!  Four stars! I received an ARC of this book for free in exchange for my honest review.
Danielle_C_Smiley More than 1 year ago
Wow.  Wow.  Wow.  I was super excited to get ahold of Imaginable and it so did not disappoint!!!  The story picks up a few months after the ending of Intangible and immediately tosses you into the action.  It's a grab your seat and hold on tight ride from open to close.  And in between all this crazy action and suspense, you have these delicately growing romances.  ***happy sigh***   The writing continues to be amazingly beautiful.  The author continues to surprise us with great plot twists and perfectly developed characters.  The way Meyer writes the complexity of relationship, both romantic and platonic, is truly spot on.  Also I really appreciated the sprinkling of reminders of the events of book one throughout the first portion of Imaginable.  It's a fine art to share just enough at just the right time to enable the reader to remember without getting bored with the book 1 synopsis.   I had only one concern in reading Imaginable; when Sera is in a situation where she is forced to heal several foes, she thinks to impress upon one, especially hateful fellow &quot;kindness,&quot; and is unsure of the results.  But even with her lack of confidence, you'd think she'd continue to try with the others, but she doesn't.  That just sort of nagged at me, but didn't ruin the overall read and I'm left just hoping Ms. Meyer is furiously typing away at book #3! I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  See more of my reviews on my blogspot blog, Known to Read.
jeneaw34 More than 1 year ago
The first book in this series Intangible, was one that I really liked. Sera and Luke were two characters that I enjoyed so much, so, I was excited to find out when this one would be out and I definitely had to have it. Imaginable picks soon after where we left off at the end of Intangible, and Sera and Luke are dealing with their growing Gifts and danger lurking everywhere. Sera and Luke have a bond that just won&rsquo;t falter, no matter what happens, these two are right there for each other. Sera&rsquo;s ability to change the vampires back to being human, opened her to a whole new world of danger. Luke kinda pig-headed and likes to barrel into danger, especially when Sers&rsquo;s involved, does it make me like him less that he does this, nope, I still like him just as much as before. They are both still learning about their gifts, but still manage to act their age, they pick on each other, and it refreshing to sibling that are like this. Old enemies resurface and old friends come to the aid of Sera and Luke. Quinn, and Fey were there every step of the way, along with Raquel, Brandan and Marc, yes, the one who broke Sera&rsquo;s heart. A new addition to the group was Thorne, he is a Light Elf, and was interesting and I&rsquo;m curious what role he will play from now on. Fey is one powerful elf, and we got to learn more about her and a different side of her too, like her and Luke tip toeing around about how they feel about each other, I kept saying come on and just give. Forbidden, who cares! Which leads me to Jonas. Oh Jonas, there are just no words for him. I adored him before, but him and Sera, oh wow&hellip; Can&rsquo;t wait to see where that might lead. The world building was fantastic. The Realm was beautifully described and something that I just could get enough of, even the Shadowlands were amazing, so dark, and mysterious. It&rsquo;s amazing how everyone wants something from Sera, the Shadows, Dark elves and the vampires, this poor girl is never going to have a peaceful day, from the kidnappings, to the attacks on her friends. With a startling revelation about Luke Gift, it definitely made for one heck of a twist. But with all of this excitement and action comes sorrow, and loss and it was completely heart breaking. One thing about this book that I really liked was the fact that I just didn&rsquo;t want to stop reading it, the characters and plot are so engaging, it was hard to put down. I am looking forward to seeing where Meyer&rsquo;s takes the story next. This is certainly a worthy sequel and a series that I recommend picking up.
ShanonBanana More than 1 year ago
I am absolutely in love with this series!! Imaginable is the second book in the Intangible series, and I found it to be just as captivating as the first book. The world-building is fantastic, very memorable and magical! J. Meyers makes you feel like you are right there in the story, amidst the main characters and the enchanting creatures of the Realm. This book is filled with all the right ingredients that make a story unforgettable: a little romance, heroes and heroines you will cheer for, a diverse group of supernatural people, action, and an immensely unique plot! Luke and Sera are twins with very special gifts, and this makes them both desired and hated by those who know about them. They find themselves in peril once again when different species of the Realm make it known that they want to capture Sera and use her powers for nefarious purposes. A lot of fighting and butt-kicking ensues because of this, which is enjoyable and panic-inducing at the same time! But I totally dig it. One of the things I really enjoy about this book is the characters, and the camaraderie between Luke, Sera, and their group of friends. Every one of them brings something different to the table; whether it be humor, a special ability, sarcasm or strength. Two of my favorite characters--besides Sera and Luke, of course--are Fey and Jonas. I was so excited to learn more about these two in this book and I'm totally rooting for them as love interests for Sera and Luke. The are a couple of key moments between these characters that had me squealing with approval, and I'm hoping things progress romantically between Fey and Luke, and Sera and Jonas in the next book. Besides getting more insight into all of the characters this time around, I was so delighted to get more information on the Realm! The Realm is a parallel world where magickal beings such as vampires, light elves, dark elves, and downright creepy and evil beings known as &quot;shadows&quot; dwell. There's a lot more time spent in the Realm and I found myself wishing that this was an actual place because it sounds so beautiful...for the most part. J. Meyers is very descriptive when it comes to explaining the Realm and the creatures that come from there. The Realm is an amazing place, but it does have a terrifying side. J. has come up with the darkest, foulest creatures that reside there and they definitely have the ability to scare the pants off of you. But Sera, Luke and their friends fight like champions, so it was quite satisfying when they battled these dark creatures and gave them a run for their money! I could seriously go on and on about the amazingness of this novel, but I have to stop somewhere. Just know that I highly recommend this book/series--you will definitely not regret diving into the world of Sera and Luke. I'm already going through withdrawals and itching to know when the next book will come out!
donniedarkogirl More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. It's crazy how much I loved this book! It's even better than the first, which I know is hard to believe but is so true! I don't know how J. Meyers did it, but she did with flying colors. Absolutely. Deeper insight into Luke and Sera's world of Gifteds, Light Elves, vampires, and Dark Elves is given, and I was happy and satisfied with the character development - I could really see the twins maturing and expanding their powers. The characters seem so real, and they talk like young adults their age do. I feel like I really know them as though they're old friends of mine. One of my favorite characters is Jonas, and I was completely ecstatic to spend some quality time with him, lol. I don't know exactly what it is about him that I find irresistible. It isn't even the fact that he's a vampire. There is this bad boy quality about him, yet he's so much more than that kind of guy. He's complex and mysterious with many layers to him, and after reading Indomitable with some of his past explored, I was even more excited to see him make an appearance! With romance in the air, Meyers teases the reader with a will they or won't they kind of vibe between some of the characters. I really don't want to give anything away, so I won't say between whom. Meyers gives the different relationships time to develop and flourish rather than throwing characters together into relationships right away, which I appreciate and think is clever. It gives the potential couples rooting value, and I'm definitely rooting for these characters. Imaginable is action packed with surprising revelations and twists and turns that will hook you and keep you turning the pages until the very end. I was completely immersed in the story and the world of Luke and Sera. I love the sibling dynamic between them as not only brother and sister but as twins also. If you haven't read this series yet, I highly encourage you to do so! It takes no time at all to get into these novels. I am looking forward to the next installment of this series...it's always so difficult for me to leave their world until the next time. I can't wait to see where Meyers takes us next!
kcody03 More than 1 year ago
The adventure continues with Imaginable. The twins are just getting the hang of their power when they find that there are some disastrous consequences that come with them. I am happy to say that the sequel is even better than the first! We once again have some great writing and a fast paced plot that likes to throw some twists and turns along the way. Sera is now in danger because of those who would use her power for their benefit. I loved getting to see more of her even if she wasn't in the best of situations. She wasn't able to do much about her situation, but she never once gave up. I knew she was a strong character, but I think it was brought out even more when she was put in a somewhat helpless situation. You never really know how strong you are until you are backed into a corner. Luke really got to shine in this novel! He not only has to master his gift, but save his sister as well. Controlling his visions has gotten better, but it is still very dangerous. I liked that we got to see a lot more of him in this novel and understand him a bit better. There were also a lot of new characters that were so much fun getting to know. I also really liked the world building in this story. The Rhealm is so mysterious and beautiful. The author really does a great job at really making you feel like your a part of the story. Will Luke be able to master his gift and save his sister? Find out in Imaginable!