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Duplicity (Spellbound #2)

3.93 of 5 stars 3.93  ·  rating details  ·  575 ratings  ·  88 reviews
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, is off limits. Then there's the problem of Adrian. He expects one of the Graylees to be his.

Nearly a year later, the council is on to them for past misdeeds; Lee, along with the rest of
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Published May 20th 2012 by Nikki Jefford (first published May 19th 2012)
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Jenni Arndt
You can read all of my reviews at Alluring Reads.

When Nikki sent me Duplicity I immediately loaded it onto my reader and dug into it. I read Entangled (the first book in Nikki's Spellbound series) a few months back and it was a 5 star read for me. I loved the characters and the world building and have been anxiously awaiting Duplicity. We dive right back in with Graylee Perez (now Stacey Morehouse) & Raj McKenna and are thrown right into another mystery.

The characters remain strong in Duplic
Aug 06, 2013 Katy rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of paranormal YA fiction
Shelves: ebook
Book Info: Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal
Reading Level: Young Adult
Recommended for: Fans of the first book, those who enjoy paranormal YA fiction
Trigger Warnings: treachery, fighting
Please note: Review will contain spoilers for book one. If you haven't read it yet, you have been warned.

My Thoughts: I was so taken with the first book that I had to immediately go out and buy the rest of the trilogy and start reading. Unfortunately I needed to do some editing, so I wasn't able to indulge myself with any
All this book needed was a couple more flashbacks to understand everything and it could have passed as the first in a series or better yet a stand alone. Definitely an improvement! I actually enjoyed it. I'm nervous to read the third novel. I feel like the second novel was a redemption novel and I'm afraid the third will ruin that. It was great to finally understand the characters and to even connect with them. Having the two versions of Graylee actually made it easier to understand Gray. I like ...more
In "Entangled," high school socialite Charlene Perez was forced to share her body with the soul of her less popular, sort of hippie-ish identical twin sister, Graylee. At the end of "Entanglement," Charlene and a friend expelled her twin's soul from the body they shared--her body--then Charlene was free to head off to school in France. There, she has a ball, speaking French and smoking cigarettes, until one day, when her sister, Graylee, awakens inside Charlene's body. The difference this time i ...more
ok WOW Gray and Lee
im kinda lost hahaha but many thanks they still
have a difference .

i don't know why i am so hooked
in this series is it because of the twin thing or
the romance in it .
or the story about witches
i think i love them all .

I am so looking forward to the next book .
Emma Meade
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 m
Cheyenne Teska
When I first started Duplicity, I thought that there was no way I'd love the book as much as the first in the series, Entangled. Of course, the more I read of Duplicity, the more I started to fall for these characters all over again. Nikki Jefford knows how to keep her readers hooked until the very end and this book is no exception.

As the story begins, we're shown this new life of Graylee's. New body, no Charlene, hardly any complications as one may believe. She still has her powers, but unfort
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Originally posted @ Book Whales

I’ am one of those readers, who are scared of sophomore novels or the sequels; especially if the first book is really good. There were many sequels that I’ve read that didn’t shine like the first one. Well, Duplicity didn’t disappoint me. It is actually better than Entangled. The story and characters are unforgettable. I was captured and sucked inside. I didn’t want the story to end.

After all the fiasco that happened to Graylee Perez, she is now settled to her new
I really enjoyed book #2 of the Spellbound series! It was another quick, fun, and light read. The premise was very interesting. We start off a few months after Entangled left off and get a brief overview of what life is like for Lee. Then, it's the one-year anniversary of her "death," suddenly there are two Graylee's.

The story progression was very intriguing. How would you react if your old "self" came back: looked like you, acted like you, had your memories, was 100% you up to a few months ago
Katie Tuccelli
Duplicity is the second book in the Spellbound Trilogy by Nikki Jefford. I had the opportunity to read and review Entangled, the first book, back in April, and I loved it. (You can read my review here.) This time around, Nikki sent me an ARC of Duplicity and even mentioned BlookGirll in the Acknowledgements section! Cue MAJOR fangirling! :-)

I immediately dove into Duplicity as soon as it transferred to my Nook, because I just had to know how all of my favorite characters were doing. Did Charlene
Michelle Sedeño
Read my full review on my blog, Michelle Shouts Random


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
Actual rating - 2.5

Duplicity was slightly worse than Entangled.

The whole "two Grey's" thing could be quite confusing. I know one was called Grey, and the other was called Lee, but i still had to read some parts twice to work out what was going on.

The characters in this was slightly less immature, but i still never found myself liking them that much.

Some parts of the story dragged, which made the book feel longer than what it was.

Overall, confusing, and slow.
Duplicity was a fantastic sequel to Entangled! The characters once again were fantastic and the story continued to be fresh and original. I personally love to wear good luck charms, so I loved the magic/talisman aspect! I also loved that one of my favorite movies was mentioned and there were quite a few funny moments, especially a certain a Lady Gaga moment!

Just a warning- Duplicity is a book that you really have to follow closely or you could become a tad mixed up, in terms of the characters!
Zed Whisper
**I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review.**

Firstly, just wanted to say that I love the cover of this book. It doesn't do much in terms of explaining the story but it is stunning.

Duplicity, was an interesting but slightly confusing read. First Graylee Perez was taken from her body and put into another’s and now there are two Grays, one in Charlene’s body and the other in Stacey Morehouse’s body. It was confusing because I read the first book quite a long time ago s
S.M. Boyce
I'm so glad I found Jefford. She's among my favorite authors. Ever.
The Book Harbor Reviews
A. Overall: To begin, this is a amazing sequel! Once again, we are dive right back into the world of witchcraft and body swapping! I kinda got frustrated with the book at times because of Lee decisions making. I just don't get her thinking sometimes to be honest. Lee is very different in this book vs the first book. Even Raj notices it at times and begins to drift away because of it. Now to the (New) Graylee. HOW IN THE HELL DO WE HAVE TWO SAME WHOLES OF THE SAME PERSON!!?? Sorry for the
Cynthia Stacey
I am totally blown away at how original and amazing this series is. I love Graylee, she is so likeable and funny and really ballsy (is that a word?) how about feisty? That works. So in this book we got rid of Charlene the evil twin and now have two about a mess. It gets complicated and interesting and I love the passion that Gray (in Charlene’s body) and Lee (in Stacey’s body) share.

I was totally enthralled that Adrian the bad is back and is as evil and sinister as ever...ok may
Vicki Scullion
This second book in the series wasn't quite as good as the first. The plot tended to get bogged down when it came to the characters trying to figure out what to do with the duplicate witch. Also, the "evil twin sister" is noticeably absent from this book. Adrian, a fairly small character in the first book, is important in this book, but we are not sure why. I guess this may simply be a set-up book for the final novel in the trilogy. I have enough invested in the story now that I do plan to read ...more
First I would like to thank YA Bound Girls for providing me a copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review.

After getting the first book in the Spellbound series on Barnes and Noble I was able to read book one and than dive into book two.

I truly enjoyed book 2. From the characters to the plot to the setting to the words and the passages. Everything pulled me in and would not let me go until I finished the book.

The writing is easy to follow and easy to read. At times it was a little
Bri (Books and Ashes)
What I liked: Alright, the covers to this entire series is nothing short of beautiful. Can we establish that now? Yes? Good. Because I love the way the covers look. Kinda frosty like ice and there’s Duplicity’s flower which stands out quite a bit since it’s not green. I feel like there was more going on that made much more sense in this one as well, though again there are lacking in the building and explaining. Plus, the “Grim Reaper” aspect, I didn’t see that being the powerful necromancer talk ...more
Shayna Varadeaux
Seriously!! OMG! Talk about a book that you can't put down!! I fell in love with the characters in Entangled and in Duplicity I was not let down at all.
Entangled left off at a point that made you want to read the next installment.

I love Lee and Gray. I really like the way Nikki played this! So intriguing and completely interesting. I really do like Raj as a character but for some reason Adrian takes the cake for me.
I was entertained by him in Entangled but I was mesmerized by him in Duplicity.
Review originally posted at Doodle's Book Blog

Duplicity is an amazing addition to the Spellbound Trilogy. Nikki Jefford added lots of twists to this sstory that made me want to know what would happen next.

Graylee found a host in Stacey Morehouse's body and is now known as Lee. Little does she know that Adrian has yet to fulfill his half of bringing Gray back. Soon all hell will break loose and Lee will be meeting her double.

Duplicity was just as good, if not better, than Entangled. The point of
Kami Dodson-Perry
In Book#1, Entangled, Greylee Perez was purged from Charlene's body and had to find a new one. She found Stacey Moorehouse. Stacey's soul was no longer there so it was just a body, perfect for Grey's situation.

Greylee now known as Lee has carried on. Her mom is dating Mr. Moorehouse, Stacey's/Lee's dad, Raj & Lee are still dating, and now Lee has some new friends. Lee's life is going pretty well. You know that is when things always go wrong......

In France Charlene is having lunch when sudden

Duplicity was a pretty good sequel to Entangled. Duplicity was fast paced and had some great action moments. If you love stories with witches, then I definitely recommend this series. I do think I enjoyed book 1 better, but book 2 wasn't far behind :)

In this installment there are two Graylee Perez, yes you heard right, TWO. In the beginning I thought it was a bit weird, but as the book progress I could tell who was who and how they were different from one another. The story took a different twis
Andrea Diaz

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 wa
Ali *The Black Heart*
Full Review Posted on GingerRead Reviews

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 bod
Thomas Winship
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
After a string of bad sequels, I was so happy to read Duplicity! It's so much better than the first book! Not only does it not have any of the issues that I had with Entangled, but the plot is a lot more fun and exciting. Instead of two girls sharing one body, there's one girl in two bodies! One year after her death, Graylee finds herself in her new host body, Stacey Lee Morehouse, like normal, but then she wakes up in France in her twin Charlene's body...again! The first Graylee simply goes by ...more
Yianna Yiannacou
Feb 26, 2013 Yianna Yiannacou rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone!!
This book was just as good as the first one. These books keep you on your toes. They are very unpredictable and I was confused the entire time. I wasn’t confused because of the plot, I just seriously couldn’t figure out how the author was going to do with the events that unfurled.

The book begins with Graylee Perez as Stacey. She has continued a life with Raj for almost a year. But on the anniversary of Graylee’s death, she wakes up in France. How you ask? She woke up in Charlene’s body that wen
You are your worst enemy.

I can't believe how appropriate that saying is for Duplicity. Okay, so when I last read about Graylee she was happily living her life as Stacey Morehouse and dating Raj (swoon!) Mackenna. But things never stay okay for Lee, not aince the Purge. All of a sudden her powers are out of whack and a million miles away half of her soul wakes up in Charlene (her sister's) body. Now they have to set things right and restore order to the nature of the world --- after all, who wan
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