Entangled (Spellbound Trilogy #1)

· Spellbound Book 1 · Nikki Jefford
623 reviews

About this ebook

Hiding her powers was never a problem for seventeen-year-old Graylee Perez. Not until her diabolical twin sister decided to go on a rampage that could expose them all or get someone hurt.


To add to the aggravation, coven reject Raj McKenna catches Gray performing a complex spell and is convinced they would make a powerful couple. He can delude himself all he wants. Gray has sworn off dating warlocks, especially delinquents who play with fire.

But even Gray’s mysterious death won’t deter Raj, not after Gray is brought back from the great beyond. Only she’s not truly back. Her body’s still six feet under and she’s on borrowed time. There are forces threatening Gray’s existence and a powerful wizard willing to help . . . for a price. Gray doesn’t know who to trust or how long she has left before she vanishes for good, but she’s determined to stick around no matter what the cost.

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623 reviews
Shawn Pfister
January 6, 2015
Really loved this story. I was reluctant, because I don't normally like witch stories, but I had just finished the first Aurora Sky book by the same author and wanted to read more. This was free while I waited to get a play card, so I thought, why not? I really enjoyed this book, probably more than Aurora Sky. Graylee, newly awakened after death has to pretend to be her sister since she's doing part time duties in said sister's body. She enlists the help of some witch friends of dubious repute as she tries to get her body back. Lots of magic, lots of bad boys, lots of fun. The only reason this gets 4 stars and not five is some bad grammar and poor Spanish. "Un problemo momento" does not mean a minute problem. It means a moment problem, essentially, it's gibberish. It's throwing a word into google translate and not realizing that the English has two meanings depending on how you pronounce it. I think she meant "un problemo minusculo," but it was a good laugh. I wish I knew French to know how well she did with that.
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Mandy Rissinger
January 23, 2015
I'm not usually into stories like this but this author is amazing. Her ability to twist a storyline into unseen directions and bring all the fragments back together is both astounding and inspiring. The typical text for a story like this feels juvenile and unoriginal but this author clearly knows how to paint scenes in words of many colors!
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Karen Schmidt
December 5, 2016
Enjoyed the story, but would have liked it if the mother was a little more aware of her daughter Charlene who is so bad!
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About the author

Nikki Jefford is a third generation Alaskan, born & raised in Anchorage, now living in the Pacific Northwest. The dark side of humanity fascinates her, so long as its balanced by humor and romance. Books, travel, TV series, hiking, writing and motorcycle riding are her favorite escapes.

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