(Book 1 in the Elemental Series) Ever since her ex-boyfriend spread lies about her, Becca Chandler is suddenly getting all the guys – the ones she doesn’t want. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-High school junior Becca Chandler is Storm (Elemental Book 1) – Kindle edition by Brigid Kemmerer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Brigid Kemmerer hails from Pasadena, Maryland, where she works in the finance industry. STORM: ELEMENTALS 1 is her first novel. You can visit her on.
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They are being targeted by Guides for causing the deaths of several people.
Michael controls earth, twins Gabriel and Nick control fire and air respectively, and the youngest It should take me no more than three words to convince you to read this book. When shit starts to hit the fan, Becca can get in the middle like nobody’s business. This is just a personal pet peeve, so that probably wouldn’t bother most people who have a heart and soul. Shy, quiet, responsible and nerdy.
Brigid Kemmerer (Author of Storm)
It’s just the way it is. She behaves like a kemerer yo at best, and one who has never been in contact with a male specimen of the human species. If you find our site useful, please consider supporting us by donating a coffee! Are you going to anger the internet gods and write a scathing review?
Which January New Release would you like to read in February? Preview — Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer. As if all this testosterone running rampant isn’t enough, these four brothers can control the elements: She loves her little brother, Simon, and does a lot to look after him. I then made my way to the page to see what my first book club read would be and found it was a book I was sent months ago and never read due to the atrocious cover and my belief that it would be brgid more than an annoying teen romance series kemmwrer set out to find each hot guy a girlfriend with every syorm.
There were a couple of mangas about it, too, and some that were slightly similar such as Wedding Peach and Sailor Moon.
I think one of the coolest aspects of this story is that it actually felt like “fire”, Gabriel’s element. As in such a girl.
Storm: Elementals 1 – Brigid Kemmerer – – Allen & Unwin – Australia
You’ll find the perfect amount of romance, action, and suspense for a great start to a very promising series. Except a shy sophomore named Layne, a brainiac who dresses in turtlenecks and jeans and keeps him totally off balance. Preview — Spark by Brigid Kemmerer. He gets indignated that the teacher thinks he was harrassing Becca, when another jerk in their class was torturing her all September.
Becca is sexually harassed throughout most of the book and is labeled the school slut. My Brigid Kemmerer brings across the pain and guilt and every other emotion that is wrapped up inside Gabriel Merrick with what seems like ease. It’s all very entertaining. An easy fan-favourite in Stormdespite his initially callous treatment of its protagonist, Gabriel is very different to the abrasive, cocky jock readers may think they already know.
I wasn’t really thrilled with her getting close to Hunter because I’m not a fan of love-triangles but this one wasn’t too frustrating. The nasty girls in this sstorm can be spotted by their revealing clothing “boobs bigid going to explode from the neckline of her shirt in a minute” and their tendency to hang drooling all over the Merrick brothers.
Storm (Elemental #1)
I felt the plotline was extremely slow. Brigid paints the raw, gritty reality of bullying so amazingly well.
She surprised us with Storm by giving us a solid world filled with complex characters and a plot that kept us on the edge of our seats, but in Spark, she took this a step or three further and showed a profound understanding of human nature and readiness to explore the more vulnerable side of her characters.
Asti Oh, The Books! Instantaneously invested with each and everyone of these characters and the story line.
I’m enjoying the fact that the story is moving along in a direction that was totally unexpected for me it went a little predictable for me in the first book. It really annoys me that something this important is treated so lightly in YA books.
Spark reminds me another book I’ve recently that features an anti-hero as its love interest: Chris and his brothers are fascinating to say the least. Especially loved Michael and Simon. You’ll thank me, I promise! Characterization ends with descriptions of their slutty clothing and behaviour. What I enjoyed most was seeing the soft and vulnerable sides of Gabriel, the side which he usually hide 3.
One day, I was minding my business, cracking up in my little Reading Corner at some witty banter between the Merrick boys, and hubby and I had an interesting exchange: Well might as well throw Hunter in there too especially since my mind will be filled with him when the next one is released.
Then she saves Chris Merrick from a beating in the school parking lot. I have no brothers so this was all very fascinating for me. Well, I guess there is still time for that. What I enjoyed most was seeing the soft and vulnerable sides of Gabriel, the side which he usually hides through his tough facade.
A fourth book in the series? Throw in some daddy issues and one seriously bad choice that happened 6 weeks ago and you have a stew for greatness. Erica O’Rourke author of Dissonance. The book surrounds you with emotion and you can picture everything perfectly.
She covers herself up completely.