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I realize that Charlene is an jsfford unlikable character with, you know, being a crazy skank and all but, after the motherly concern we saw in book one, it was just hard to believe that there wasn’t any for from her, in regard to Charlene, in Duplicity. I think there is more to him than we’ve seen.

Yet, Raj discovers that Graylee’s back and tries to help her unravel the mystery as to what exactly happened, and why another young woman who just so happens to be Charlene’s enemy from before: All of this may not be the main theme of the book. The plot was nlkki in this unique tale of witches, betrayal, and survival.

I really had a problem with such stereotypical passages as this when it came to the presentation of Kaj’s background: Open Preview See a Problem? I can keep going all day about how fast this has become one of my favorite series I think you will not be dissapointed.

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For all the explanations given of which there were some, but none that made any kind of senseGraylee believes it’s her sister’s doing and declares battle lines. Nikki Jefford is an award-winning, bestselling author of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and quirky combinations in-between. Graylee inhabits Charlene’s body and Charlene proceeds to dictate to her sister what she should do to act as “normal” while sharing the same body. Then we have Gray she is jefvord out going some where along the lines of entnagled free spirit and the total opposite of Charlene.

Duplicity (Spellbound, #2) by Nikki Jefford

In retaliation to Raj using magic on her she sneaks into his car, chokes him with a shoe lace and threatens his life. I feel like the second novel was a redemption novel and I’m afraid the third will ruin that.

How twisted and cool is that? The story is fresh and original. I also purchased entangle copy of this from Amazon. The premise was very interesting.

Are you still with me? I felt quivery in my stomach as I inched through the Kindle pages. I only read this book because I read the synapse about the third book and knew I needed to read this book to understand what was going on.

The final book, Enchantmentis up next. Sep 12, Teno Q. I will be reading the next installment.

Review: Entangled by Nikki Jefford

I want to know what happened and nefford book 3 shows it. If an author can peak my interest on the first page I then know its a winner!

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I really didn’t like either Gray in this book. I had mix feelings about it.

Entangled (Spellbound , book 1) by Nikki Jefford

Now, in terms of things I didn’t like. I started to worry half way through this when I really started to dislike Lee. If they work together, they may stand a chance of setting things right and making it out alive. Even better than the first!!

Oh and, before you read this, make sure to read the first book, Entangled, first. There hikki loads of nail-biting experiences for me, while I was reading this book. I have to say—I love this cover. I read Entangled the first book in Nikki’s Spellbound series a few months back and it was a 5 star read for me. All a bit tiresome and Very YA. I started to develop a bit of a feel for Adrian in this book. Now I’m just wondering what the heck is going to happen to Gray.

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View all 5 comments. The struggle for Lee and Gray in Duplicity was fun to read. I mean, how could it not when the first sentence of the book was this: