Sunday, January 26, 2014

Secret The Elemental Series

Our reasons for not finishing a book vary from person to person because unless a book is total rubbish we try to give everything a fair chance. In this instance, our YA reviewer was unfamiliar with the series and did not have enough time in her schedule to hunt up the other books, so in all fairness she could not write a review. We don't want to have our readers miss out on a potentially enjoyable series of books, since Secret is getting good reviews from other sources, so we've turned this DNF post into a promo!

Publisher: Kensington Teen

Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
ISBN: 0758294379ISBN-13: 9780758294371

Release Date: January 28th 2014

Nowhere is safe. Not even home…

Nick Merrick is stretched to the breaking point.
Keep his grades sky-high or he’ll never escape his hometown.
Keep his brother’s business going or the Merricks will be out on the street.
Keep the secret of where he’s going in the evenings from his own twin—or he’ll lose his family.
Keep his mind off the hot, self-assured dancer who’s supposed to be his “girlfriend’s” partner.
Of course there’s also the homicidal freak Quinn has taken to hanging around, and the Elemental Guide counting the hours until he can try again to kill the Merrick brothers.There’s a storm coming. From all sides. And then some.
Nick Merrick, can you keep it together?

Praise for the Elemental Series

“Heart-melting paranormal romance with surprising depth.”
— Jennifer L. Armentrout#1 NY Times Best Selling Author of the Half-Blood and Lux Series
“A refreshingly human paranormal romance… Read fast and keep that heart rate up.”
Kirkus Reviews
“Magic, suspense, and enough twists to keep you reading until sunrise. An incredible start to the series!”
—Award winning author Erica O’Rourke
“Overflowing with action, snappy dialog, and hot guys—The Elemental Series will take your breath away.”
—Kim Harrington, author of Clarity
“A great read! Fresh, exciting, heartpounding. A terrific addition to YA bookshelves. Every high school library should purchase this book. Can’t wait for Spark!“
– J.H Trumble, author of Don’t Let Me Go
“A new take on the supernatural genre…[STORM] has great appeal to readers of supernatural fiction, as well anyone looking for a fast-paced story, realistic and relatable female protagonists, and serious issues.”
– School Library Journal
“Awesome paranormal powers, a love triangle, risk-taking adventure, and the secret of Becca’s connection to the Merrick brothers create exciting chemistry in this edgy page-turner that will appeal to older teen and adult paranormal suspense fans, both male and female.”

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