Monday, July 8, 2013

ARC Review YA: Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer

Spirit (Elemental, #3)

Spirit (Elemental #3)
by Brigid Kemmerer
Publisher:  Kensington Books
Purchase Links: Amazon  Barnes & Noble

Blurb by Goodreads

With power comes enemies. Lots of them.

Hunter Garrity just wants to be left alone. He's learned the hard way that his unusual abilities come at a price. And he can't seem to afford any allies.

He's up to his neck in hostiles. His grandfather, spoiling for a fight. The Merrick brothers, who think he ratted them out. Calla, the scheming psycho who wants to use him as bait.

Then there's Kate Sullivan, the new girl at school. She's not hostile. She's bold. Funny. Hot. But she's got an agenda, too.

With supposedly secret powers rippling to the surface everywhere around him, Hunter knows something ugly is about to go down. But finding out what means he'll have to find someone he can trust.


My poor Hunter, I wanted to crawl inside the novel and let him know everything will be OK. He has so much guilt for his father and uncle’s death. There was a nice surprise about his father I did not see coming. He pushes everybody away that tries to get close. He finally lets someone in a little and he does not know if he really can trust her. He does not know where he stands with the Merrick brothers, are they really helping him out with an incident that happened with his grandfather or do they still see him as the enemy and trying to keep their enemy closer.
With each new novel I am falling more for Michael. I loved what he did for Hunter and he treats him like one of his brothers. He has no problem keeping him in line.
Hunter and Gabriel have been my favorite since the beginning of the Elemental series. They began a friendship in Spark (Gabriel’s story) but then there was a incident that left their friendship on the rocks. In Spirit they have a love/hate friendship. These two are a hoot together.
There is a heart broken incident that I did not see coming and could not believe it happened. But that is what makes The Elemental series great, I never know where it is going at. Brigid Kemmerer is a master story teller that is always surprising me with each new novel.
ARC provided by publisher, Kensington Books at NetGalley for an honest review.


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