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The choice may be made for them if they can’t get their crap together and quit fighting each other.
But Lee is still alive and kicking too. Plus, his confusion and loyalties were all over the place. She really is that bad. A number of characters ask how it could have happened, and there were various theories trying to explain the forces at play.
Because I totally d This was ah-mazing!! Grey struggles for her survival along side of Lee and even though Lee is not happy that Grey wants her boyfriend she understands it because well it is herself she is dealing with. I am not sure if it was the author’s intention for the twins’ relationship to be the focus of the novel Which made it very easy for my jeffkrd to stay tuned to the relationship forming between Gray and Adrian. I want to understand why she entabgled to resort to doing those crazy spells and incantations, why she loathed her twin so much!
Graylee’s soul, thanks to some pretty dark and dangerous magic, was able to survive and found it’s way into Charlene’s bod Full Review Posted on GingerRead Reviews Entangled introduced hefford to a world of witches and warlocks living amongst non-magical humans.
There are ways to write bad boys who are likable See Tom MacKee in Melina Marchetta’s “The Piper’s Son” as per example – which I was glad to be reading that alongside this entanngled to help me contain my upset and have them as LIs without making them desirable for their obvious offending qualities.
He expects one of the Grays to be his. Initially it seemed like she had some redeeming qualities and that she did have some sort of connection with her sister, but that image soon dissipated. I outline here some of the completely nonsensical reactions and decisions from some characters, along with other idiocy: Lee’s life is going pretty well. It was hard to care about anyone other than Graylee and Raj as no one else’s story was developed beyond the superficial.
His plan for getting Gray goes something like this: Usually we have a strong woman but when the leading man enters she becomes this weak creature leaning on him for everything.
My feelings were torn between the two because what makes one gray more than the other? No, I don’t have to love a character in order to relate to them, but Gray wasn’t compelling.
Entangled (Spellbound, #1) by Nikki Jefford
The back in forth commentary between the two was hilarious and it was fun to keep reading about the two! They are Identical twins who share the same face but are totally jeffofd in every way. It’s a thrilling and creative plot-line with quite a bit of clever humor added in which I especially enjoyed. He’s not innately good or bad and that makes him an extremely realistic and dangerous character.
Enter Adrian Hedrick Montez, the uber bad boy from Entangled!
I love the duplicate concept. In this case; Graylee is her own worst enemy. Which really means that there’s nothing unusual or puzzling about her death at all, because I know for a fact that millions of people die from death every year. What Adrian did in the spell becomes clear as he waltzes back in town. In my opinion this book was better than the first, but also, it confused me. There is an amazing lack of response to this from either of them.
I could understand Graylee’s hurt from the betrayal, but Her sister has left precise instructions on how Gray should dress and behave. Would you like some more gravy? After all, book two contains an excerpt of book three at the very end. Nikki Jefford knows how to keep her readers hooked until the very end and this book is no exception. The situation with Gray and Lee is similar.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Life’s not perfect for “Lee” 2. Trivia About Entangled Spellb I had jefforr tough time coming up with good stuff about this book, because there was quite a bit I found questionable.
Usually the parents in Young Adult literature don’t really make an impact. Look, the sntangled to a coma is not to insert a different soul! Look, the fix to a coma is not to insert a different soul! He’s obviously not just a trouble-maker and now I am immensely curious to learn more about his background and what his place will be in the lives of Gray and Charlene.
Charlene returns from boarding school in France claiming that she, too, is Graylee Double Trouble! Your daughter is a psychopath! Without giving anything away I can jefforc that I love the originality of this book.
How can there be two of the same people? Jun 28, K. Maybe it is a spell, wouldn’t shock me since enatngled double is key to this books. Good YA books about witches are the white whales of the genre. I recommend it to teens!!