Welcome on my tour stop of the last installment of the Spellbound trilogy - Enchantment! I'm really excited about this particular tour because I'm going to share my thoughts about this amazing book, Nikki Jefford's top five fave and least fave paranormal creatures, and awesome giveaways!
by Nikki Jefford
Series: Spellbound #3
Genre: YA, paranormal, romance
Published April 6th 2013 by Nikki Jefford
Source: Ebook from the author
Gray seeks out a Spanish wizard to help banish Adrian from her life once and for all. Instead, she tumbles headfirst into a love spell with the arrogant warlock.
After Gray follows Adrian to Paris, she must face her true feelings and decide if Adrian’s worth fighting for.
*Might contain spoilers if you haven't read the first two books.
I am so lucky to be part of this exclusive tour and to be able to read Enchantment earlier than its publication date. I barely read self-published books but something about this series stands out. I love Spellbound trilogy. That's why I felt ecstatic when I was invited by the lovely author, Nikki Jefford, on Enchantment's official blog tour. Of course I'd say yes, I'd be crazy if I don't.
Entangled (Spellbound #1) introduced me to the magical life of Graylee Perez and her evil twin sister, Charlene Perez. The first book showed a lot of potential and I'm impressed how the author create the effective characters and romance. Duplicity (Spellbound #2) was another story. Despite the absence of Charlene, the book shone in its own by the new mystery and more complicated life of Graylee. Both books are amazing and I love them.
I was so excited to read Enchantment. I had a wonderful journey from Duplicity and the new mystery and romance that bloomed made me wanting for more. I knew the moment I read about Adrian Montez, he'd be something. There's a reason for his existence. It almost made me squirm. XD Enchantment was set in Barcelona. Setting a romantic book on Barcelona and Paris made me squirm more. If you just imagine me saying Yes, Barcelona. And Paris! when I read the blurb.
I realized Adrian Montez was also a person. He couldn't be that mean. He's got feelings too. And he cares for his grandmother! How sweet. :) So he's kind and he had a past and even if he's crazy most of the time, he could be hot and really romantic. I fell for him and I almost forgot about Raj until he showed up. I wouldn't say that I liked how Lee (duplicate of Gray) fell for him, though. I didn't liked the idea of her being on a love spell and falling in love in the process. I think I'd like it better if she fell in love with Adrian while hating him. You know, that weird thing. Like, the more you hate, the more you love. Haha But anyways, since the characters in this book are witches and warlocks, I understand that they needed to use magic. Also, now that Lee's on a love potion, there had an adventure, fun and funny moments with the characters. Let me also tell you that this book is 10x hotter and romantic. *fans self*
Charlee was back here..with a different body. She's still herself despite the different appearance she had. She's still that crazy girl who loves unnecessary things but I liked her here than the previous books because she made me laugh (not a nice laugh, trust me) and I liked what happened to her. Even if that sounds mean. XD
It's always sad to end a series, especially the ones that left a special place on your heart. I will definitely miss Gray, Lee, Raj and Adrian. Okay, and Charlene's craziness as well. This is one of the series I will never forget and I'll re-read this when I have time. Enchantment was as magical as the first two books. It is more romantic and Adrian Montez didn't failed to make me swoon. I love the characters, this book, this series and the wonderful author. Amazing. I recommend this to everyone. Make sure to read the first two books first! :)
Check out my review of Entangled (first book) and Duplicity (second book).
Huge thanks and hugs to Nikki Jefford for providing me an ebook copy of this book, and the rest of the trilogy earlier. You're amazing!
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Entangled (Spellbound #1) is currently FREE! Get your copy now!
Favorite Paranormal Creatures
Witches & Wizards – Magic is so much fun! Stories about fantasy and magic is what got me interested in reading at a young age.
Vampires -They’re dangerous, sexy, and live forever... unless a slayer gets to them.
Ghosts – Books like the Experiment in Terror series by Karina Halle and Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake have made me fall in love with ghosts and ghost hunters.
Shadowhunters (demon-slayers) – Thanks to Cassandra Clare! I also read a super fun daemon slaying book this year, Jordyn, by indie author Tiffany King.
Angels –Angels don’t top my list of favorites, but I really enjoyed them in hush, hush by Becca Fitzpatrick, Fallen by Lauren Kate, and Fall For Me, by indie author K.A. Last.
Least Favorite Paranormal Creatures
Fairies and Fey – I think they’re mean, selfish little tricksters who are the most insensitive of all paranormal creatures. They were so devious in Supernaturally by Kiersten White.
Werewolves – Their transformation looks extremely unpleasant and the way they kill is messy.
Mermaids – Fish with a head, not my favorite, though I did love the cartoon The Little Mermaid when I was little.
Goblins – They’re fun in Labyrinth, but otherwise they freak me out.
Clowns – Not exactly paranormal, but clowns have always scared me. I don’t like them in books, movies, or fairs! Creepy.
Michelle speaks! ;)
I think I had too much vampire and werewolves after reading Twilight saga years ago, that's why I'm trying to not read about them as much as possible. I do enjoy witches/warlocks and fairies, though. :)
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