Joy Malone wants it all—power, freedom and the boyfriend who loves her. Yet when an unstoppable assassin is hired to kill her, Joy learns that being the girl with the Sight comes with a price that might be too high to pay.
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Love will be tested, lives will be threatened, and everyone Joy knows and cares about will be affected by her decision to stand by Ink or to leave the Twixt forever. Her choice is balanced on a scalpel's edge and the consequences will be more life-altering than anyone can guess. True evil is rarely obvious. It is quiet, patient. Awaiting the perfect moment to strike. Joy Malone finally knows who she is, where she comes from and how to live in two worlds at once.
And now she can introduce her family and friends to her mysterious boyfriend, Indelible Ink. But when Ink's twin sister, Invisible Inq, calls in a favor, Joy must accept a dangerous mission to find a forgotten door between worlds—a door hiding a secret that some will kill to keep. Unseen enemies, treasonous magic and an unthinkable betrayal threaten both the Twixt and human worlds as Joy races to expose an ancient conspiracy and unleash the unalterable truth—some secrets cannot remain secret forever.
Love must be stronger than fear, stronger than fate. The future of two worlds depends on it. Joy Malone has learned to live between two realities, surviving mortal threats and agonizing betrayals. And she's found true love. But the world of the Twixt is in chaos, and the Council wants someone to blame… Facing a danger greater than any she's ever known, Joy must find the strength to rely on herself as her allies fall away, because Joy is no longer sure just who—or what—she is.
She knows only that her deepest secret is also her greatest vulnerability and the key to saving them all. As she fights to protect her friends and family and to unite two disparate worlds, Joy has to trust that some bonds are stronger than magic. Similar ebooks. Lux: Opposition: Special Collector's Edition. Jennifer L. Don't miss Opposition, the fifth and final book in Jennifer L. Armentrout's bestselling Lux series.
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Buy two copies: one for you and one for a friend. Loved it! A fun read with minor flaws. Maybe read an excerpt before buying.
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A few good points, but with significant flaws. I had to force myself to finish it. Fatally flawed on multiple levels. Reviewed by: Julia Some things are permanent. And they cannot be changed back. Thanks for the great review!
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Seriously, I couldn't love him more. I swear, he was so precious. Ink is a Scribe, created only to do that particular job and he yearned for more. Ink was tired of merely existing. He's physically perfect but in an almost artificial way, meaning he didn't have any imperfections or idiosyncrasies that makes someone human.
He didn't have any emotions or feelings either but he was just the sweetest guy ever and even though there's a bit of bad boy to him, there's also an innocence as well. Naturally, Ink is very calm and controlled but being with Joy brought out a very passionate and emotional side of him that was awesome to see. Ink's spending time with Joy and learning to be human was just the most adorbs thing. He learned little by little what it meant to have feelings, to care about someone, and later to love them.
The relationship between Joy and Ink was just beautiful to read about. It was slow developing and it changed from something they both were sort of pushed into to something so real and strong. So much of the relationship was about Ink learning how to feel but a little of that resonated with Joy as well. Being with Ink allowed her to open up more. I also loved how honest Ink and Joy were with each other. There was so much trust between them and given how dangerous Ink's world is, it's not something that would be easily given.
The devotion between the two was absolutely lovely and I swear, I'm not a crier but Joy and Ink had me tearing up a little toward the end because of said loveliness. There were other characters that left quite an impression like Inq, Ink's sister and polar opposite. She was frivolous and wild with a bit of a mean streak. Also Graus Claude, a giant yet impeccably dressed toad who was an important figure in The Twixt, as well as a old friend of Ink's.
Graus Claude was always there for them when there was trouble which there was a lot of. Overall, I adored this book so much and I look forward to seeing what's next for Joy and Ink.
Jun 14, Nafiza rated it really liked it Shelves: source-net-galley , read However, I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Indelible. But more on that later. The mythology as I have already said is new. The world building is well done though it could have been done better. The characterizations are solid and I pretty much loved the head toad dude yep, he's one of those colourful characters that steals the show. The pace is brisk and things happen with alacrity. No moaning and groaning even though life sometimes sucks for Joy and I would have understood if she had indulged in some wailing.
The romance is one of my favourite parts of the novel. The writing is sensuous so even when they are doing something as tame as looking at each other's hands, there is an undercurrent of forbidden pleasure. As I said, Ink is a new breed of love interests. He is not human; he was created and constructs himself, his looks, his shapes, his hands, ears, etc, in the vein of the people he observes. Reading about his first kiss as opposed to hers is pretty darned refreshing.
I look forward to seeing what happens next. Apr 12, Jon rated it it was ok Shelves: lgbt , paranormal. Check out Scott Reads It!
Indelible is one strange novel with an extremely original premise and out of the ordinary mythology. Metcalf definitely explores uncharted paranormal territory in Indelible; I definitely give Metcalf props for thinking out of the box with this book. The problem is that I really wanted to like Indelible, but it was one of those "It's not you--it's me" cases.
Indelible is by no means a bad novel, it's just not my cuppa tea. I have a Check out Scott Reads It! I have a feeling that Indelible will strike a chord with many readers, but it wasn't exactly what I was looking to read.
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Immediately straight from the first-few pages, Metcalf creates a mysterious vibe that the reader won't be able to shake off. There was a ton of intrigue in the beginning of Indelible that urged me to delve further into this novel. Indelible introduces to the reader to a world unlike any other and I loved how Metcalf slowly, eased the reader into it.