I think this is the first time I read about a female character who is unabashedly, one hundred percent confident in her looks, her abilities, her smarts and her personality. View all 5 comments. Well, I’ve never trusted him. Calla, the scheming psycho who wants to use him as bait. With supposedly secret powers rippling to the surface everywhere around him, Hunter knows something ugly is about to go down. I didn’t like her and I also didn’t like what was going on between her and Hunter. The manly bonding, if that’s what you want to call it, between them and Hunter was exhilarating and, in a way, heartbreaking – and palpably real all the way through the end.

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Spirit (Elemental #3)

Looking for beautiful books? Kejmerer, see the problem is that Hunter has such a chip on his shoulder that it’s so hard to not be frustrated with him. I love how she addresses the issues in each kind of relationships – friendship, family, lover, and also finding one self.

I get what happened with his dad and uncle. But finding out what means he’ll have to find someone he can trust. Seriously, the only character i actually despise more than that freaky psycho Calla. There were times where she was spirit brigid kemmerer ordinary for her ambitious role.

Hunter worked well as a secondary character and a love interest in the previous books, but as the main lead, I’m not so sure.


Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer – The Pretty Good Gatsby

I’m wondering if he’ll get his own book again??? I will never miss that feeling I get when returning to a world where the Merrick boys and Hunter exist. It was always strange to me that Chris got the first book and Michael’s only got a novella but as the story progresses, you realize 3. You can probably be guess Kate is the girl the other point of view is about.

In the end, everything fell into place, not the way I expected them too, but still it was a spirit brigid kemmerer ending, a realistic ending. I don’t know how she did it. And, boy, were they ALL true! He did some decisions and choices that were definitely quite frustrating and annoying though I did understand where it’s coming but even through all that I spirit brigid kemmerer how genuinely drawn-out and believable his character is.

No, I will not say I saw it coming. He always does the right thing: The Merrick brothers are the same bunch of guys I met, with the exception of Michael who outshone Hunter’s character in this book. Hunter feels abandoned, confused, lonely, devastated, conflicted, torn and betrayed.

From being indifferent to Hunter even after the first and second book to being a very loyal and spirir Team Hunter member in just a couple of chapters. Full of twists and turns, heartbreaking moments, nerve wreaking action scenes and loads of characters developments.

Spirit (Elemental #3) | Brigid Kemmerer

Gasping at the turn of events and crying when things got sad. It has nonstop action, and even when you maybe get a little frustrated you just can’t seem to put it down. He was definitely the wild card of the bunch, never knowing what side he would fall on.


And by love, I mean flaily arms, keysmashes, and more exclamation points than WordPress can handle. But Kate has her own secrets, her own agenda. Unaware that the author would be on so cruel to us. And by “good”, I meant abolutely amazing! Unlike other books, Kemmerer does pull some strings that we spirit brigid kemmerer to hide. Good surprise spirit brigid kemmerer bad surprise?

There were so much hidden and suppressed emotions in him, he was a very confused boy thrown into a complex situation with very tight options.


I LOVE this guy. Please more of this awesomeness, Ms. Overall Spirit was briggid than I could hope for with its action packed scenes, pretty hot romance for a YA book and exciting turn of events.

However, Hunter’s inability to trust anyone led to redundant internal conflicts that led to repeated wrong choices that led to predictable outcomes.