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Duplicity (Spellbound Trilogy #2) (Spellbound series) by [Jefford, Nikki]
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If Graylee Perez thought sharing a body with her twin sister was bad, dealing with a duplicate of herself is two times worse. Gray the second doesn’t seem to get that Lee’s boyfriend, Raj McKenna, is off limits. Then there’s the problem of Adrian Montez. He expects one of the Grays to be his.

Nearly a year later, the council is onto them for past misdeeds; Lee, along with the rest of the coven, has lost control of her powers; and Gray is being stalked by what looks like the Grim Reaper.

If they work together, they may stand a chance of setting things right and making it out alive.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastical and entertaining 16 April 2013
By Black Heart Ali - Published on
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Entangled introduced us to a world of witches and warlocks living amongst non-magical humans. Some of these Magi were good and, not so much. Graylee was the former while her twin sister Charlene was very much the latter. Charlene basically murdered her sister while sending another girl into a coma...all for the love of a boy. Graylee's soul, thanks to some pretty dark and dangerous magic, was able to survive and found it's way into Charlene's body. Which they shared for a time, until Graylee was able to find a body of her own with the help of her boyfriend Raj and a mysterious yet handsome and powerful warlock, Adrian.

Phew, all caught up now?

Fast forward several months and we find Gray in her new body, living a new life as Lee. Charlene has been banished to France (ooh, the punishment!!) and life is moving on for all involved. That is until the anniversary of Gray's death pops up and she wakes up in France. In Charlene's body. Again. But Lee is still alive and kicking too. Now there are two Graylee's, no Charlene's and one big bad scary Grim Reaper hell bent on restoring the balance. Oh yeah, there is also only one Raj...who both Lee and Gray love and he's having trouble remembering that they aren't quite the same person. Awkward!

We get a much bigger dose of Adrian in Duplicity and for that, I thank you Nikki Jefford. Adrian isn't the goodliest of people, to say the least but there is something so lonely about him that I just totally fell for him. We hardly know anything about him and I so want to know more, more, more!

I really loved Raj in Entangled but he lost some appeal in Duplicity. He's still a great guy, but the bad-ass side of him never showed and he was less exciting. Plus, his confusion and loyalties were all over the place. Which made it very easy for my attention to stay tuned to the relationship forming between Gray and Adrian.

The concept that Jefford has developed with this series is so fantastical and entertaining, it's what peaked my interest to begin with and I love what she is doing with it. The struggle for Lee and Gray in Duplicity was fun to read. There is a jealousy but also extreme protectiveness, as they really are the same person. Everyone in their lives is confused by it and both girls end up with bruised feelings on several occasions because of it. How do you chose which Gray stays and which has to go? The choice may be made for them if they can't get their crap together and quit fighting each other.

All in all, Duplicity was another fun ride and I can't wait to dig into Enchantment for more!
4.0 out of 5 stars Witchy Delight 4 April 2013
By Emma Meade - Published on
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Shame on me for not getting to this book sooner. I read and was highly entertained by the first in the trilogy, Entangled, last year. Why the follow up slipped through my net, I don't know. I woke in the middle of the night recently with back pain and knew there was no getting back to sleep, so I grabbed my Kindle and got reading. I read this in a few hours, finishing about 4am. Totally distracted me from the pain - nice one!

If you haven't read the first book, beware of SPOILERS and stuff that may not make much sense.

Since the last book, Graylee is getting along fine in Stacey's body. She goes by Lee now. Lee's mom is dating Stacey's dad, so Lee gets to spend a lot of time with her mother. Her relationship with Raj is stronger than ever. All in all, life is pretty good these days. That is until her twin sister, Charlene, walks through the door claiming to be Gray. But Lee (in Stacey's body) is Gray; she's just in a different body. How can there be two of the same people? Are you still with me? I think I lost myself there, actually. Anyway, something magical and potentially dangerous is going on, and they figure it's down to the dirty rotten scoundrel of a sorcerer, Adrian.

I felt for Gray. She comes back from oblivion only to find Raj happily going out with Lee. Where does she fit in? Her mother already has a version of Gray in Lee. It seems like the only one really happy to have Gray around is Adrian. The separation of Gray and Lee was very well done. Despite these two starting out as the same person, it's made clear they're different "entities" now. In the past year, Lee's personality has changed a little. She's in the body of someone else, living with Stacey's father as Stacey, so of course she's going to grow up and develop. Gray, however, is the same. She doesn't have the recent life experience of Lee. She's raw Gray - if that makes any sort of sense.

I'd love to know more about oblivion. The concept of souls isn't explored in these books. How can there be one soul in two different bodies, and where was Gray before she suddenly puffed into existence in her sister's body, and what are they going to do about Charlene's soul just hovering around in France without a body? These are questions I'd like to see come into focus in the final book in the trilogy. From the sneak peek at the back of the book, we get to follow Gray in her new life in Barcelona. I visited that beautiful city last summer, so I'm looking forward to immersing myself in all things Catalan in Enchantment.

Entertaining and fast-paced, I sped through Duplicity just as I did Entangled. I liked all the characters in this book, something that rarely happens. Nikki Jefford is a talented author. Bring on book 3.
4.0 out of 5 stars The crazy minds of current teenagers? 31 January 2014
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This trilogy is really entertaining. It was designed for e-book, from what I understand, which made buying them for my kindle super cheap compared to buying print editions. I found only a few grammatical mistakes in English, and I trusted the French grammar to be accurate since I don't know French and the author's husband speaks it.

The characters are three dimensional, which is possibly the largest issue in most modern fantasy books I've read; characters that cannot be related to (the second largest issue is the grammar- I'm no English professor, obviously, but an author is paid for his/her writing, so I expect him/her to have a thorough grasp of the English language). Each character is distinct, with individual personalities that stay remarkably consistent even when souls change bodies. Well rounded characters means the dialogue is easy to follow since each voice is distinct.

As a note, when you start wondering 'What happened to Charlene' the author tells you shortly thereafter.

Good e-book, worth the download and your time.
5.0 out of 5 stars Nikki Jefford has done it again! 31 January 2013
By Andrea - Published on
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What an AMAZING sequel to Entangled. Nikki Jefford weaves an amazing story. I think this story really upset me. While reading, I would make note that I was pissed off. Not at the writing or the story. It's a great story! The characters and the situations they get themselves into. Have you ever been watching a horror movie where the killer is coming after the female victim and as she's running, she keeps looking back, screaming, and trips over nothing? Yeah, that's the sort of aggravation I was feeling here. There was one thing I was really excited about in this story: Charlene wasn't in it. NO, that's not a spoiler. What it is is an amazing turn of events that left me a happy reader. If there's one character that grinds my gears it's Charlene. I wish I knew her in real life because I'd do her in. Now, I know that the trilogy wouldn't be what it is without her so I'm not expecting her to be out of the equation for long, but it was refreshing not to have to encounter her slutty behavior while more important things are going on in the world around her. It was also really nice to see how Lee and Raj grew through the year since Graylee 'died'. This is just an amazing paranormal YA. I'd love to add 'contemporary' to that, but I'm still not sure. There was alot more love going around in this book. I absolutely loved this book and I can't wait until April for Enchantment. I hope it comes out on the 21st, my birthday!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Double the Fun 3 November 2012
By Tom Winship - Published on
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Nikki Jefford follows up her amazing debut novel, "Entangled," with a stunning successor, "Duplicity."

Like a novelized reimagining of an old Doublemint commercial, "Duplicity" sees Raj offered the opportunity to double his pleasure when a pair of Twitches vies for his affection.

Each Twitch holds a legitimate claim to his heart, so few readers (least of all your average male) would fault him for straddling the fence--or the broomstick ... whatever it takes--for a bit, while he assessed the charms of the each lovely lady.

Does he or doesn't he? Well, waste not, want not, I always say ... but Raj may not agree. You'll have to read for yourself.

Oh yeah, there's plenty more of Jefford's personal magic in there, too, along with a witches brew of mystery, romance, humor, and twists and turns.

"Duplicity" is the second book in the Spellbound Trilogy. Book three is scheduled for a Christmas release, so we'll see if Jefford is as reliable as ol' Saint Nick.

I highly recommend "Duplicity" to YA and paranormal romance fans.