Fiction Friday: Review ‘Storm’ Elementals 1 by Brigid Kemmerer.

Welcome to this weeks Fiction Friday. Today I am very excited to review the amazing YA paranormal romance ‘Storm,’ the first book in the Elementals series.


Synopsis from Goodreads:
Earth. Fire. Air. Water.

When Becca Chandler saves Chris Merrick from being beaten-up in the school car park, she has no idea how dramatically this one action will change her life. Chris is no ordinary guy and neither are his three older brothers. The Merrick boys are Elementals. Hot. Powerful. Dangerous. Marked for death.

Then there’s Hunter, the mysterious new kid around school, turns up with a talent for being in the wrong place at the right time. With her life at stake, Becca doesn’t know who to trust or whose secrets she should keep. and with two boy vying for her affections, and pressure rising all around her, will she find out in time who’s hiding the most dangerous truth of all?

Take Cover.
The storm is coming!

My Thoughts:

5 out of 5.

I absolutely loved this book. Like, loved, loved, loved this book. It was amazing. I love reading books that just pull you in and take you on one hell of a ride, and this book did. My only regret is that I didn’t read it sooner. I had it sitting on my shelf since the beginning of this year. Why didn’t I read it sooner? Why?Stupid, very stupid.

This book was practically flawless, everything I want in a great YA, including four incredible, and hot, brothers! I love reading a book that makes you so deliriously happy that you just want to gush about it.

Becca and the boys will quickly steal your heart. The only insta-love you will see in this book is you falling instantly in love with these brothers. The story was gripping with lots of cool elemental power usage, a nice balance of action and a love-hate romance that I absolutely loved. There was a love triangle but I didn’t mind it at all in this book.

One of the best things I loved was the relationship between the brothers. They lost their parents and are being raised by their older brother, Michael (who I loved the most!) They were so true to life; they fought, but they were defensive of each other, and God help anybody who tried to hurt one of them!

This book is a must read. Everyone, go and read it! I can’t wait to get my hands on spark and spirit and the rest of the books as they are released. Brigid Kemmerer you have a new fan.

You can add it to your goodreads here


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