(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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Becca is the perfect imperfect heroine for this novel! For a girl that was constantly cornered by aggressive guys and a victim of repeated assault and attempted rape, she displayed an unbelievable lack of common sense and learning ability. And because of that power, the other Elementals feared them and are set on eliminate them.

But like in Storm, the best relationships were between the Merrick brothers. Plus, they also have some really intense sparks pun intended that made this even more fun to gush over. Kemmfrer ass… or perhaps the not so bad ass after all. But don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Given what her past was with this guy, that made so little sense to me. I did not see that coming. Hi brigid, so glad to hear you are writing another series about brothers.


Brigid Kemmerer did a very wonderful job in writing an action-packed and thrilling paranormal book but with realistic and authentic teen and family problems with the hottest brothers in the YA world! There was action, mystery, suspense, thrill, deep emotions beyond belief, humor and scorching romance – adding up to one fantastic and addicting story!

When he actually started looking at her, though, he realized even without the trendy, showy clothes, and perfectly applied makeup and styled hair, she was a beauty through and through. Gabriel has a tendency to fly off the handle pretty quickly, but here we get to see the churning emotions behind his harsh words. Plus he looks like Colton Haynes.

I got so excited checking my Blogger feed, because I saw the cover and thought it was a movie poster. I’m really looking forward to reading his novella and novel next.

Spark (Elemental #2)

Did you pack your midol? She was nearly wringing her hands.

This is how you bring a story to life. And then there is Hunter.

Oooh God, Storm was absolutely fabulous. I was both impressed and sympathetic to Stotm especially with the things that he needed to do to keep his family safe and together.

I just find these tortured characters are looking all the same. The heroine, uber-idiotic, blushes at every single damn thing possible and in every single damn situation possible.

Hey, UK! The Storm is coming your way… | Brigid Kemmerer

Maddy twins are amazing im a twin hehe Sep 02, I was not anticipating all of the reveal, nor the explanation behind it, and I’m really eager to explore this thread more in Spirit. He was fighting with his twin brother, and they had to be close, th If Storm was an explosion, Spark is an kemmwrer.


I’ve jokingly been called a pyromaniac in the past, but I’ve got nothing on Gabriel. I hated Layne, she walked around with a stick in her butt, and was constantly running away from her problems.

Storm is that novel that can’t stop flicking back through days after finishing, with characters you’re still quoting years after and a compelling paranormal edge that is about to take the YA world by storm. To the point he’s convinced himself he’s exactly that and he’s afraid to let anyone see what he really is.

Each brother has a specialization: Micheal, the eldest is the father-figure in the bunch. I mean can you blame him for being angry and guilt ridden after everything that has happened with his parents and Nick? And no, you don’t necessarily have to have read the first book before reading this one.