Twins Luke and Sera Raine may seem like normal teenagers but they both hide a secret. He has visions of the future. She can heal people with the touch of her hands. For years they've hid their secret from everyone but soon that will all change.
One day after school they feel a stranger staring at them. They soon learn the stranger's name is Marc and Sera feels a pull to him she's never felt before. She tries to fight the pull while hiding what she is but she starts falling for him. To make it even harder Luke is becoming fast friends with Marc. Only Fey, they twins best friend, seems to have a problem with him.
Meanwhile, every time Sera turns around she sees Jonas, a mysterious man dressed in black who claims to be a vampire. A day later an injured woman comes up to Sera to be healed, only to then turn around and tell Sera that she knew she was the healer. While Sera struggles with love and confusion Luke is struggling within himself. His "gift" has shown him his sister's death and he has to find a way to stop it without her knowing that he has Seen it. Soon the twins are caught up in a world of vampires, elves, and fairies they never knew existed.
This story was great from start to finish. I enjoyed reading about the close relationship between Luke and Sera and came to care about them as characters. As a reader I learned a little bit more about why the paranormal beings were interested in the twins and it kept me reading to find out what was going to happen next. There's also a lot of action in this book from romance blooming between Sera and Marc, to Fey and Jonas' constant arguing, to a whole lot of butt kicking.
The point of view that the story is told from changes from chapter to chapter but I think that helps to get a better feel for each character. The ending is action packed and had me on the edge of my seat. I enjoyed the end of the book and wanted to read more. If you enjoy paranormal books that are fast paced and fun this is a series to watch out for. I can't wait to read the next book!
I give this book 4 1/2 out of 5 stars.
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