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Enchantment (Spellbound Trilogy #3) (Spellbound series) by [Jefford, Nikki]
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Barcelona. Summer escape. Or so Graylee Perez thought until her old adversary, Adrian Montez, brings his magic show to Spain.

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.

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When assessing Enchantment, the third and concluding entry into Nikki Jefford's "Spellbound Trilogy," I was tempted to kick things off with a trite phrase (or three, LOL)--something along the lines of: the third time's a charm for Jefford ... but that would have been appropriate only if Jefford's first two efforts had somehow failed to turn the trick. Well, anyone who has read my reviews of Entangled and Duplicity--or, better yet, read the books themselves--knows that Jefford turns tricks like an old pro!

I suppose that leaves me without a cute opening line ... so I'll settle for saying that Enchantment is a bewitching, spellbinding, charming, and--hell, I'll say it--enchanting story. Sure, it's crammed full of Jefford's trademark romance, mystery, and humor, but it's the story's underlying themes of hope and redemption that set it above its predecessors. It brings the trilogy to a close in a thrilling and oh-so-satisfying way, while reminding readers that anyone can change and anything is possible, if you fall in love.

It's kinda like watching Witch Hazel transform into Glinda the Good.

Well done, Ms. Jefford!
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Enchantment, a paranormal romance that ends on a bang, is a win on so many levels. It's the third novel in the Spellbound Trilogy by Nikki Jefford, and I loved how she wrapped everything up so nicely while simultaneously introducing us to entirely new cities, magic, and people. I didn't want the series to end, but I'm happy with it nonetheless.

The Spellbound Trilogy covers a lot of ground--in Entangled (Spellbound Trilogy #1), we meet Gray and Charlene: twin American witches who end up sharing a body and trying to kill each other for it. In Duplicity (Spellbound Trilogy #2), Gray is duplicated, and the two Grays vie to survive a world in which only one is supposed to exist... all the while becoming less and less the same person.

In Enchantment, the duplicate Gray--the one who ultimately wasn't supposed to come back--travels to Spain to escape her past and try to figure everything out. In the course of trying to figure out a new sense of normal, she stumbles across Adrian Montez: a warlock who's known as the Avenger. The worst of it? He has his eyes set on her. Though he's dangerous and the last person in the world Gray wants in her life, someone casts a love spell on her and she suddenly can't get him out of her mind. She has to figure out how to break the spell or risk loving someone who destroys lives for a living... and losing her free will in the process.

The pacing was great--I was never bored or skimming. This novel jumps around Europe a bit, and I loved exploring Barcelona and Paris through Gray.
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AMAZINGGGGG!!! AWESOME!!! I really liked this book!!! Definitly a must-read!!! The characters are really interesting and the story is original!!! But don't do like me and read the third before the second lol!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e2b7ab0) out of 5 stars Solid Ending to the series. July 29 2014
By pinkspo0n - Published on
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Graylee v2.0 from book two annoyed me during Duplicity. She didn't seem like she was actually progressing as a character through the book, there was just zero growth as a person. I was very pleased that Gray did grow as a character in this book! It was a very pleasant thing that I was not expecting. I had actually put this book off for quite some time just because I wasn't happy with Gray as a character. I'm really glad I was able to see her and Adrian's happy ending.

I feel that this was a pleasing ending to the series, but I was disappointed with the sexual content in the story. So far, this has been a clean series but once the love spell was in place, all bets were off. It really caught me off guard and made me uncomfortable.

I did enjoy the growth between Adrian and Gray. Overall, a happy ending to the series.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e79630c) out of 5 stars A Powerful, Hugely Fun, Letter-Perfect Ending to the Spellbound Trilogy April 10 2013
By Tom Sanchez - Published on
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If someone put a love spell on you, and it caused you to fall for someone you've always considered an enemy, and then you found that you legitimately enjoyed their company, would you really care that it was a spell? I mean, you're the happiest you've been in your life, would you want the spell broken?

This is one of many issues Graylee Perez has to face in Nikki Jefford's spectacular conclusion to her Spellbound trilogy, "Enchantment."

Graylee had it rough during the first two books. She died, then had to share a body with her annoying twin sister, then her soul got purged, and she ended up in yet another body.

And some teens just worry about zits.

When "Enchantment" starts, Gray is in Barcelona, staying at a retreat for young people who want a break from doing magic. Gray loves Barcelona--with its historic sites, amazing food, rich culture, and exciting nightlife. She makes some good friends, falls for a suave Barcelonan, who turns out to be a total hijo de puta, and to her shock and horror, runs into the absolute last carbon-based life-form on Earth she wants to see.

"Enchantment" has so, so many amazing plot twists, inspiring (and, in one case, vaguely creepy)character transformations, and at its very core, there is a sweet romance.

There are also so many potential spoilers, that I'm limited by what I can say.

Damn it! Because this book rocked.

The Spellbound Trilogy started off strong with "Entangled." I thought there were some growing pains in book two, "Duplicity." With "Enchantment," we visit Barcelona and Paris, taking in the sites with Gray. We see different hearts broken and repaired, love found and lost, complex spellwork, and a powerful finish.

Ms Jefford pared away characters who'd grown wilted and stale by the end of Book 2, then supercharged Graylee, and gave her some serious tests for her new inner-strength. She finds herself equal to her challenges, and emerges a far wiser, happier person on the other side.

Not only is "Enchantment" a perfect ending to the "Spellbound" trilogy, it's also a total blast to read.

In fact, "Enchantment" should be the primary textbook in YA Fiction Writer School's THIS Is How To Conclude A Trilogy, Dammit post-doctoral seminar.

Hugely recommended!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e56bb34) out of 5 stars Perfect Ending to the Series! April 1 2014
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In the first book Entangled, we meet Gray and Charlene: twin witches who end up sharing a body. In book two Duplicity, Gray is duplicated, so now there are two Gray's and there should only be one. Now on to the last book in this series, Enchantment. In some series the last book may you leave you unsatisfied. That is NOT the case in the spellbound series. I liked Entanglement and Duplicity books in this series but I loved Enchantment and why???? Nikki took a character that I really didn't like when we were first introduced to him and totally made me fall for him in book 3. That character is.... Adrian. Adrian Montez is arrogant, powerful, mysterious,unpredictable and at the same time sweet, lonely and damaged. As we get more into Adrian's past in this book we along with Graylee Perez fall fast for him. Nikkii ends this series with a bang and I truly did like the ending -- I didn't want it to end but I liked how she tied it up (and we know we don't always like the ending to a series).

In this book we follow duplicate Graylee (known as "Gray") to Barcelona, Spain -- she is attending a "magical retreat" where the use of magic is not permitted. She is here to escape her past and to figure out her future. The other Graylee (" Lee"), Raj, and her mom are all back home. Gray is having a great time exploring the city of Barcelona and has made some wonderful friends. She is away from her old life and is happy until her friends take her for her birthday to see a Magician and who is this Magician????? Adrian the Avenger! Gray LESS THAN excited to see Adrian - in fact she thougth she would never see him again and never wanted to. After seeing Adrian Gray decides to take matters into her own hands to get Adrian to leave ---but before she can get some help with a spell that will keep him away forever someone casts a love spell on her and she falls in love with none other than the ones she wants to leave... Adrian

So I don't want to spoil the story but it takes on a whirlwind tour from here on out and it was fantastic!

Adrian -- In the last two books, Adrian was a side character that was causing trouble everywhere he went. Nikki built up his role nicely in books 1 and 2. But in this book -- he takes the center stage. Adrian has true feelings for Gray, and I really LOVED where Nikki took Adrian's character. We got to explore a softer, loving, more vulnerable side of Adrian. A totally new perspective on Adrian then what we saw in the last two books.

Gray -- Great female lead! And then put her under that love spell and it was pretty amusing.

Adrian's Nan -- She is back and definitely has a mischievous side but she also does what she does out of love. What's not to like?

Charlene - Yep she comes back! I couldn't stand Charlene before -- (She killed Grey --sure on accident --but still really felt no remorse). In Enchantment, she is Charlene with a twist. A better version of Charlene (no 180 turn with her personality). And this time instead of hating her I enjoyed reading more about her and seeing her actually taking a turn for the better.

We do get a cameo appearance of Raj and Lee -- which going into this book was a must for me. But Nikki made this book all its own that was very happy with the focus being on Gray & Adrian.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9f190234) out of 5 stars A great ending to the series! April 9 2013
By Sasha Hutchins - Published on
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I loved it! Initially I wasn't sure how I'd feel about going back in to the character Gray after spending so much time from Lee's POV but the author did it wonderfully. I loved getting to learn more about Adrian's back story and the big storyline between him and Gray had me on the edge of my seat.... I hope I get the opportunity to read a new story with them.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e699da4) out of 5 stars Solid Conclusion to an Enjoyable Series:) May 19 2013
By Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf - Published on
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Enchantment, the third installment in Nikki Jefford's Spellbound Series, was a very solid conclusion to a very enjoyable series. Let's start with the setting: Summer vacation to Europe? Yes Please!!! I loved how Nikki took us on tour through Barcelona and Paris. The sights, the sounds, and goodness...the food! The pacing was perfect - I never felt rushed but also never felt that the path to the conclusion meandered too far from the main plot. I think that Nikki's writing style has only improved over the course of this series and am sure that she'll continue to show tremendous growth in putting idea to paper.

I also absolutely loved seeing how "duplicate Graylee" known as Gray developed and grew personally and independently from Lee. This book was her time shine. She's not perfect, she doesn't always make the same choices that the old Graylee would have, and that is what makes her so authentic and so likeable. She's carved out her own place despite how she struggles at times with who she really is, with what she should be feeling, and how she should be acting.

I loved the interactions between Gray and Adrian...ok...who am I kidding...I really loved getting to know Adrian better...learning more of his backstory and maybe even falling for him just a small bit right along with Gray. He's such a tortured character and I'm always drawn to those...and we come to find out that he and Gray have a lot more in common than they would have ever imagined.

And finally, some of the elements that really drew me in with book one, Entangled, were present here again in Enchantment and helped me feel that the story really had come full circle. I adored the family dynamics that were present in the first book and was thrilled that we got to get to know Charlene all over again in Enchantment. Thrilled that Gray had a chance to really see her sister for who she is and hopefully come to terms with their fragile new relationship and continue to maintain and develop it moving forward. This doesn't come easy or without a bit of a surprising twist...but then...I'd not expect any less from Jefford.

And where better than Paris, the City of Love, to end this series?

NOTE: Book received from Author in Exchange for an Honest Review