Author: Regina

Book Review: Spark (Elemental #2) by Brigid Kemmerer

Book Review: Spark (Elemental #2) by Brigid Kemmerer

May 25, 2013 2 Comments Regina

Regina’s Review: Gabriel Merrick has consumed me. Gabriel Merrick starts out as a guilty pleasure. Like a song you hear on the radio that you hate, but can’t get it out of your head so you end up actually liking it.  On first impression, he is a (very attractive) prig and deserves to be slapped for his crude humor and ne’er do well ways. But smart girls like me (and Brigid Kemmerer) know there’s always some sexy […]

Book Review: Fearless (Elemental #1.5)

Book Review: Fearless (Elemental #1.5)

May 22, 2013 0 Comments Regina

Regina’s Review: I was reluctant to do a review on a book strictly about Hunter from the Elemental series because I’ve been holding a grudge. When Hunter’s character was first introduced in Storm (Elemental#1), I was gung-ho Team Chris and realized Hunter was going to put the Isosceles in C&B’s relationship. Hunter was introduced pretty early in the story, and I was desperate for Chris and Becca to gain more ground with each other before […]

Book Review: Elemental (Elemental # 0.5)

Book Review: Elemental (Elemental # 0.5)

May 19, 2013 1 Comment Regina

If you are like me, you are always wondering, “Do I really need to read the 0.5 or 1.5 or 5.5 novella? Is it worth my .99 cents???” More often than not, the answer has been “YES!”  for me. Elemental is worth the read (and buck) not because it is integral to understanding the rest of the series, but because it is integral to understanding Michael’s character.  Insightful and romantic, Brigid Kemmerer sweeps me off my […]

Storm (Elemental #1)

Storm (Elemental #1)

May 19, 2013 0 Comments Regina

Brigid Kemmerer’s Elemental series was something I went into with low expectations despite the high ratings I saw on Goodreads. I thought to myself, “Guys with elemental powers? I’m not sure if I can get into lame superhero stuff right now. I need some high-grade material after the trip I just took.” I’m glad I drowned those thoughts. I was coming off of a really good book “high” and needed to read something that could […]