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The teen drama in this book is tons of fun with twins Graylee—or just Gray—and Charlene.
Entangled (Spellbound #1)
Just stop imagine if your sibling or child was honestly someone you believe would murder another girl over something as stupid as a highschool boyfriend. There is a lot of Graylee Perez to go around in this novel, we have the Graylee that is in the body of Stacey known as Lee and we have the Graylee who is in Charlene’s body known as Gray. Raj is our resident bad boy who comes off as a nuisance with dark secrets, and also, he happens to be a wizard.
Their friends and boys were mystified with their behavior, but Raj McKenna knew better. I loved how Nikki wrote the relationship between the twins Charlene and Graylee. Look, the fix to a coma is not to insert a different soul! Oh yeah, there is also only one Raj Review will contain spoilers for book one.
Review: Entangled by Nikki Jefford | Cuddlebuggery Book Blog
The one good thing, I guess, is that Raj was able to remove a tumor from a woman’s brain and that was a display of his power for good, but even that nilki enough to offset the rage I had regarding entangleed on other matters through the work. I was impressed on how Nikki pulled it off. Neither was using one’s warlock powers to shrink someone’s penis which was a joke here that went on longer than it should’ve, tbh.
All opinions are my own. Although Graylee isn’t much better. Taking a cue from the title, the duplicity of Gray was a little confusing at first.
Graylee was the former while her twin sister Charlene was very much the latter. She also talks to her mother about killing her ex’s new girlfriend. Then her powers backfire. Gray is more edgy and dangerous, while Lee is more tame and forgiving.
jecford Raj, of course, is still madly in love with Graylee, and that Graylee’s being now lives inside Stacey’s supermodel-caliber body doesn’t hurt. I felt horrible for Lee, the duplicate Gray.
Review: Entangled by Nikki Jefford
I was completely surprised by it. Being a big fan of witch stories, Entangled quickly topped the chart in my list of favourites, therefore I highly recommend it to young adult paranormal fan, but if you love witches you simply can not pass it up! To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Maybe there is a lot more exploration of the powers of these witches and such. Which they shared for a time, until Graylee was able to find a body of her own with the help of her boyfriend Raj and a mysterious yet handsome and powerful warlock, Adrian.
Eve More spells and tricks and one scary encounter with none other than the Reaper! While she tried to kill Stacey, succeeded in killing her sister, and then tried to purge Graylee, I just don’t believe she is necessarily evil.
Unfortunately, someone else becomes the focus of Charlene’s twisted rage: 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. It’s a thrilling and creative plot-line with quite a bit of clever humor added in which I especially enjoyed. I love Raj who was quite complicated and often misunderstood, I like Adrian Montez, the warlock with no powers, I love his Nan, too.
Yeah, the reaction really got to me.
Originally posted on Book Whispers. Bring on book Just the nonplussed reaction by either of them to this fact is one of many baffling character decisions ehtangled this book.
I recommend it to teens!! Could you possibly imagine how hard his life must have been? Other books in the series. That is until Gray shows up.
Ya think Charlene had anything to do with that? I loved Duplicity and I was left wanting more! I can keep going all day about how fast this has become one of my favorite series It’s a fascinating concept, only getting to live every two days.
And he had no desire to become some spiritual woo-woo witch doctor who most likely meditated eight hours a day. In this one I found Raj to have settled down a lot, he didn’t really come across as the bad boy that we met in Entangled, though enangled played the role of the sweet supportive boyfriend perfectly.