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It’s also wildly entertaining. I feel like the second novel was a redemption novel and I’m afraid the third will ruin that. Then I had to wonder about poor Charlene! I liked the duplicate concept and questions of who really existed.
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She found Stacey Moorehouse. And the way Graylee died? With that said, the blurb sounded awesome. There are twists, turns and even tears. Entangled is a cute paranormal romance story set in high school with witches and warlocks in contemporary setting.
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All in all, Duplicity was another fun ride and I can’t wait to dig into Enchantment for more! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. While everyone is trying to find out exactly whose who Adrian puts in an appearance that throws everyone off.
Entangled (Spellbound, #1) by Nikki Jefford
It seems like the only one really happy to have Gray around is Adrian. I will be reading the next installment. The plot was engaging in this unique tale of witches, betrayal, and survival. But will they both make it out alive?
Open Preview See a Problem? The characters sound like a hot mess. What makes this book a DNF for me was that the writing was very bad. To ask other readers questions about Entangledplease sign up.
I’ve decided to read the last book, and then decide, because the third book is about Gray, only fair to read her story as well.
And where in the world is Charlene?? The concept that Jefford has developed with this series is so fantastical and entertaining, it’s what peaked my interest to begin with and I love what she is doing with it. Refresh and try again. He wants to fix the mistake.
Despite the flaws this is definitely worth the read. He’s not innately good or bad and that makes him an extremely realistic and dangerous character.
Duplicity (Spellbound, #2) by Nikki Jefford
Still, I will try not to think about it that much and just read the third book. I miss Charlene being a manipulative bitch.
Will Gray ever return to her body or must she live out the rest of her existence in her sister’s body? What’s better is when the reader can watch the two see each other and develop feelings.
I like All this book needed was a couple more flashbacks to understand everything and it could have passed as the first in a series or better yet a stand alone. But this work is quite a bit more problematic than that, and I’m appalled that Jefford wasn’t aware enough to pick up on the way this came across in spurts.
New body, no Charlene, hardly any complications as one may believe. Spellbound trilogy Book 1: That all just seemed really stupid and iefford.
Review: Entangled by Nikki Jefford
Copy kindly provided by the publisher for an honest review via NetGalley Then she leaves a note telling Gray to keep up appearances with her douche of a boyfriend Blake.
The premise was very interesting. I remember learning about pranic healing briefly through my Medical Anthropology classes, when we were discussing medicine as applied to chakara and qi or chi and the body’s natural energies and how it’s perceived in Eastern practices.