Today, I want to introduce you to a great new writer and her tale of magic gone awry!
Two months after dying, Graylee Perez wakes up in her identical twin sister, Charlene’s body.
As a witch, can anyone blame her mother for attempting to bring her daughter back to life? Only now Gray’s stuck sharing her sister’s body 50/50 in twenty-four hour shifts.
The race is on for Gray to find a way back into her body before Charlene purges her from existence.
Warlock Raj McKenna is rumored to meddle in the black arts, not to mention he’s after Gray’s invisibility spell and worse – her heart. But Raj might be the only one powerful enough to save Gray from fading away forever.
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Nikki Jefford is a third generation Alaskan who found paradise in the not-so-tropical San Juan Islands where she is, once more, neighbors with Canada. She married Sébastien, the love of her life, after a whirlwind romance in France. They live with their Westie, Cosmo.
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My Five-Star Review of Entangled:
Nikki Jefford's debut novel, Entangled, reinvigorates the "which witch is which?" dilemma.
From the onset, Jefford's story refuses to fall into predictable patterns. With twin teen witches (try saying that five times, fast!), it's reasonable to expect those Twitches--as I've come to call them--to be stereotypical YA twins: inseparable carbon copies; fluent in some form of `twinspeak'; and ready to die for each other.
No spoilers here ... but not quite. Jefford pulls the rug out from below the reader. In fact, I'll venture to say that Jefford has a slight addiction to the act, since she does it multiple times throughout the story.
And it works. Entangled is a refreshing, unpredictable tale into which Jefford deftly weaves magic, mystery, romance, tension, humor, teen angst, and sibling rivalry.
Entangled is the first book in the Spellbound Trilogy. I'm off to buy book two--Duplicity--now. Book three is scheduled for a September release.
I highly recommend Entangled to YA and paranormal romance fans.
Be sure to check out Entangled and let me (and Nikki) know what you think!
Posted on Mon, August 6, 2012
by Thomas Winship filed under