Entangled by Nikki Jefford is a fun and exciting tale of sibling rivalry among other things with a paranormal twist. The two main characters Charlene and Graylee had very different voices which made it easy to distinguish between them. The character of Charlene meets every stereotype that comes to mind about high school mean girls - she is the character that I love to hate. The plot moved along just quick enough to keep me engaged in what was happening. There were a few moments spread throughout Entangled that were humorous and caused me to laugh out loud. The ending left me wondering what Nikki Jefford has in store for this cast of characters next.
Twin witches Graylee and Charlene Perez agree on one rule: No dating warlocks. Not so easy when a certain rogue warlock is convinced he and Graylee belong together and will use anything, including magic, to try and impress Gray. When Charlene’s boyfriend dumps her, she threatens to kill either herself or the girl who stole Blake. Somehow, Gray ends up dead.
A Resurrection Spell Gone Wrong: Two months after dying, Gray wakes up in 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 inside her own body before Charlene purges her from existence. 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.