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Mostly their sentiments were told rather than shown, although the physical dimensions of their intimacy were described in detail. At school Gray was practically invisible, navigating the halls by herself or with only one friend, and in their coven of witches she had shown remarkable powers and was considered to be the Top Student, right before her powers began to fail her and she became a laughing stock.
Unfortunately I needed to do some editing, so I wasn’t able to indulge myself with any more marathon reading until I finished that, thus the delay in finishing this second one. I was a little taken aback in the turn Raj’s character seemed to take – from swoon-worthy bad boy to careful, committed boyfriend.
She finds it weird that she was in her sister bed and in her teddy night gown. I’m going to be honest.
If Graylee Perez thought sharing a body with her twin sister was bad, dealing with a duplicate of herself is two times worse. Matter in point, I don’t see how any of that relates here to warrant that description. Gray, you could tell, was the laid back twin and I knew her sister was going to be trouble for her.
A character will be one place doing one thing and then in the next paragraph it will be half way through the next day and the same character is now sitting in class. I was able to swallow the banter between Graylee and Charlene, but truth be told, I never really came to know who these girls enyangled, and they irritated me more often than not. And who is the original? This was just SUCH a nonissue for them! Mar 24, Al rated it really liked it.
At first glance it sounds like every other ya novel set in high school with love triangle romance and spiced up with witches.
All in all, life is pretty good these days. Alongside this, we’ve got betrayal, jealousy, magic, friendship, death – all powerful themes visited throughout this novel.
Except the fact that both twins are witches and are always trying to be a step ahead of each other.
Entangled (Spellbound #1)
Return to Book Page. She can’t have started out bad. This book is about character growth and strength, a true treat for any reader. The good stuff is watching Gray come into her magic and find out who her true friends are.
This book has so much to do with finding out what really make you, YOU. Why does he suddenly like Entangles As much as Adrian frustrates me, I really am not sold on this bad boy routine of his. I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. Overall, confusing, and slow. I felt as though the characters lacked depth. It didn’t make sense to me.
Entangled (Spellbound , book 1) by Nikki Jefford
I would rate this YA for ages 15 up. A number of characters ask how it could have happened, and there were various theories trying to explain the forces at play. I didn’t know who to “root” for, since they both totally made sense from where they were coming from – yet, they jffford the same person.
It was game on after that.
And most of all Okay maybe that explanation is not the best of this masterpiece Raj is our resident bad boy who comes off as a nuisance with dark secrets, and also, he happens to be a wizard. And everyone says that Graylee is dead. That’s fine because at the very least, it allows us to get to know Graylee Perez, her sister Charlene, and her mother. Will Gray ever return to her body or must she live out the rest of her existence in her sister’s body?
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Meanwhile, a pox has descended upon the magical community, where people’s spells go disastrously wrong, often backfiring on their caster. And one warlock in particular believes that Graylee is back from the grave. I’m going to ejfford start book 2.
The plot was engaging in this unique tale of witches, betrayal, and survival.
Lists with This Book. For one thing Charlene is not helpful. She has a duplicate. Lee and Gray have their share of complications throughout the story too, especially when it comes to Raj and his conflicting feelings; yet when it comes down to it, they’re willing to do whatever it takes to save each other.
I can’t wait to see how the series ends. It could be at times getting the 2 girls mixed up but referring to the purged Greylee as Stacey or Lee and the new Charlene Greylee as Grey does help keep the story straight.
Without giving anything away I can say that I love the originality of this book. Jun 28, K.