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Entangled (Spellbound Trilogy #1) (Spellbound series) [Kindle Edition]

Nikki Jefford
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Book Description

Magic, Murder, & Romance – A Resurrection Spell Gone Wrong

Two months after dying, seventeen-year-old witch Graylee Perez wakes up in her twin sister Charlene’s body. Until Gray finds a way back inside her own body, she’s stuck being Charlene every twenty-hour hours. Her sister has left precise instructions on how Gray should dress and behave. Looking like a prep isn’t half as bad as hanging out with Charlene’s snotty friends and gropey boyfriend.

The “normals” of McKinley High might be quick to write her behavior off as post-traumatic stress, but warlock Raj McKenna is the only person who suspects Gray has returned from the dead.

Now Gray has to solve the mystery of her death while working out a way to disentangle herself from Charlene’s body before she disappears for good.

“Freaky Friday gone wrong anybody? Being a big fan of witch stories, Entangled quickly topped the chart in my list of favourites.” ~ Xpresso Reads

“Entangled is that rare book that is going to make you tape your eyes open to read into the ungodly hours of the night…” ~ Book Whispers

**The Spellbound series is intended for older teens.


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"Entangled mixes Sabrina, the Teenage Witch with Freaky Friday in an intriguing, entertaining story with characters the reader will both love, and love to hate. Fast-paced and filled with page-turning action, Entangled is a must-read for lovers of young adult paranormal."  ~ Misti Pyles, Examiner.com

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Raj glanced at Gray's lips. He remembered them on his ear. What would it take to get them on his mouth, her tongue against his tongue? Raj took a step back. "I won't be needing magic to get your shirt off."
The fear left Gray's face as she put a free hand on her hip. "And what does that mean?"
Raj pulled out his Zippo and flicked it open. "We'd make a powerful couple, you and me. We've got a lot in common. Think about it." Raj snapped the lighter shut. He moved his thumb to flick it open again then stopped when he saw the way Gray stared at him. The expression was hard to make out. Then it changed.
"You really want the invisibility spell that bad? Well, forget it. I'm not giving it to you and I wouldn't go out with you if you were the last person on earth."
Raj grinned. This wasn't rejection--just a bit of foreplay between a witch and a warlock. "That'd be nice. You, me, and the world to ourselves."
Gray loosened her grip on her pack and let it dangle from her fingers next to her knees. "Sounds like my idea of hell."
"At least in hell we could be wicked."
"You're wicked enough already."
Their eyes locked. Raj felt himself drawn to Gray by an invisible force. He'd never wanted to kiss a girl so badly. Maybe if he imagined her resolve melting away it'd happen. But he didn't have any magical abilities at the moment. Foolishly, Raj had let down his guard and allowed himself to fall under the spell of a girl--the kind of spell any normal was in danger of tripping headfirst into.

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  • Print Length: 281 pages
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  • Language: English
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Great concept, but there is just something missing.... November 24, 2012
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2.5 Stars

"Entangled" moves at a pace that can only be described as whirlwind. Graylee is in bed, then she's in her last class and then she's at the dinner table. No transitions or segue. The author puts us in a scene and tells us whatever plot point she wants the reader to know and then moves us to the next scene or plot point. No finesse or flow. Graylee just bounces around the book until it comes to its incomprehensive end.

What must be applauded about this book, besides its beautiful cover, is the author's vision of magic. "Entangled" is a very unique and different twist to witchcraft, the afterlife and possession. The magic that Raj is capable of is fascinating. The descriptions of the way that magic works, the healing process and the magic that brings Graylee back to life is new and unlike any other paranormal series.

Unfortunately, what Nikki Jefford wants her reader to understand about magic and magic users is unclear. Does magic or the power of witchcraft only come to those who are evil, morally bankrupt, stupid or crazy? That's the way it seems. Every magical character Graylee comes across is ridiculously stupid, unaccountably selfish or certifiably insane. While on the subject of magic, it would be great to understand where the magic comes from. What makes someone a witch or a warlock, how do they discover their magic and how do covens work? None of this is explained. There are covens and those covens have rules. There is also a code that every magic user must swear to follow, but it is not clear why this code is there and who enforces it. There is no exposition of this world whatsoever.

The characters in this book are extremely foolish.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally a good witchy teen book! March 26, 2012
By Shera
Format:Kindle Edition
Good YA books about witches are the white whales of the genre. It seems like when you pick up a YA title about witches you can expect huge bounds of silliness like The Sweep Series by Cate Tiernan, and the writing usually doesn't get any better than the writing found in The House of Night series. So when I find a good one in that sea of muck, I'm beyond happy. Especially, when I get done reading it and think, "Holy cow!! That was awesome!"

Entangled starts off with teen angst right at the beginning when Graylee's sister, Charlene, is going to jump of the roof of the school because her boyfriend dumped her for another girl. When Charlene jumps instead of a gruesome death she simply floats to the ground below. The magic takes off right there and I love that it's not all funky poems and weird chants. It's more of a mind power, you know believe and you shall achieve. The teen drama in this book is tons of fun with twins Graylee--or just Gray--and Charlene. Just as Gray finds out her sister has been blocking her powers to undermine her confidence Gray wakes up the next morning to find out she died and woke up in her sister's body.

While I thought the mystery behind how Gray died was glaringly obvious, that's not the good stuff. The good stuff is watching Gray come into her magic and find out who her true friends are. Sure that sounds cheesy, but sometimes that is the hardest lesson in life. This book is about character growth and strength, a true treat for any reader.

Besides being an amazing new take on teen witches the romance is just refreshing. Awkward girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks, has always been a favorite ploy for romances. What's better is when the reader can watch the two see each other and develop feelings.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf Reviews March 19, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I started to read Entangled. I knew that I loved the cover, I knew that I loved the premise, but I also knew that some times indie books can be less than impressive. Let's just say that I need not have worried about this title.

I loved this book from the first page. The mix of magic, romance, sibling rivalry, teen angst, friendship and loyalty made this a perfect read. I kept turning the pages...wanting to know how this crazy resurrection spell gone wrong would be resolved... Wanting to know how far Charlene would go to to regain 100% of her life... And wanting to know how the strong and independent Graylee would manage to solve her predicament, maintain her morale compass and of course...decide what to do about Raj...

It's no secret that I have a bit of a thing for witches (I'll take them any day over Vampires, Werewolves, or Zombies) and this book delivered on the witchcraft front. However it was actually the inter-personal relationships in the story that really stole the show. Charlene's relationships with her friends at school, Graylee's budding romance with Raj, a mother's love for her children that can cause her to turn a blind eye to the faults of one and be willing to do anything to save the other...

And most of all...I loved how Nikki wrote the relationship between the twins Charlene and Graylee. It felt so true to me (and growing up with younger twin sisters gives me a good taste for what that kind of kinship entails. The love and hate..the codependency alongside the desire for independence. How two people can be best friends and worst enemies all wrapped in one. Nikki captured it all perfectly and then put her magical spin on it.

All of this may not be the main theme of the book.
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I honestly didn't finish this book. I got to 5 percent and had to stop. I think this was meant for a younger audience I'm not sure.
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1.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't even finish it.
I couldn't even finish it. Not engaging or well written.
Published 1 month ago by Nicole M. Yardley
2.0 out of 5 stars it was the beautiful cover that really drew me in and made me ...
Honestly, it was the beautiful cover that really drew me in and made me want to read this book. It saddens me greatly to have to say that I didn’t end up enjoying this book as much... Read more
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This is a wonderful series. You will enjoy reading it.
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What an interesting story. I thought it was different and unique. The characters were well written and I found myself not being able to put this book down. Read more
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3.0 out of 5 stars Well written but missing something
It was well written, but there was something missing from the characters, particularly that would have foreshadowed Graylee's change in the end. Read more
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Nikki Jefford loves fictional bad boys and heroines who kick butt. Books, travel, TV series, hiking, writing and motorcycle riding are her favorite escapes. She loves meeting people from all walks of life, from all around the globe; and wouldn't trade her French husband in for anyone - not even Spike!

She's a third generation Alaskan, born & raised in Anchorage, now living in northern Washington. Crazy about her dog, Cosmo. (Writer's best friend.) The dark side of human nature fascinates her, so long as it's balanced by humor and romance. Believes all animals, people and the planet should be treated kindly.

Her favorite TV heroines are Buffy, Veronica Mars, and Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan.

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