|Duplicity by Nikki Jefford, ebook edition book cover|
by Nikki Jefford
Series: Spellbound #2
Genre: YA, paranormal
Editions available: Paperback, ebook
Published: May 20th 2012
Publisher: Nikki Jefford
Source: Author :)
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.
I was hooked the time I started reading Duplicity. It's that good.
Charlene, the annoying evil sister on the first book, Entangled, was nowhere to be seen. What a relief. *evil laugh* And Graylee became Gray. And Lee. A duplicate, yes. And who is the original?
I could definitely say that this book was as good as the first one. It doesn't lowered the standard---it even increased. And that's all I can do to not keep on saying how awesome and I loved this book without saying why. Ah, I can't even tell you how much I do!
Even though the evil Charlene was temporarily erased on this book, the mystery, magic, thrill, annoyingness and awesomeness was still whole. I just can't believe how things have happened, how the feelings became complicated and how can they deal with two Graylees. But I believed that those things made this book exciting, and worth the read.
I'm looking forward in reading the last installment, Enchantment. I super want it the moment I finished this and read the teaser for the next book. I mean. Wow. I feel like I knew what will happen to the Graylee duplicate, I have few ideas and some expectations, but I'm trying not to draw a lot because I don't want to end up disappointed. But with Nikki Jefford, I highly doubt that. Still, I will try not to think about it that much and just read the third book.
* Thank you so much to the awesome author, Nikki Jefford, for gifting me an ebook copy of this book! I'm SO glad I've read your books in my bookish life. x
For everyone who loves paranormal, YA reads. Witches, warlocks, and surprises, anyone? Oh and, before you read this, make sure to read the first book, Entangled, first. (Click here for my review.)
Book cover comments:
Same as what I said about the Entangled cover--it is gorgeous and I loved it but I can't see the connection to the book. It would be better if we have two girls in there, I guess.