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Secret (Elemental (Kensington)) [Paperback]

Brigid Kemmerer
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  • Paperback: 328 pages
  • Publisher: Kteen (28 Jan 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758294379
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758294371
  • Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 14 x 2.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome, and powerful! 9 Feb 2014
By Jo
I am a huge fan of Brigid Kemmerer's Elemental series, but I was even more eager than normal to read Secret, especially after the revelation in Breathless. I am so happy to say it's just as awesome as the others in the series, but also extremely powerful!

Nick has difficulty dealing with his sexuality. He is so worried that his brothers would turn against him if they found out, it stresses him out so much. He spends most of the book dreading them finding out anything, when he takes a break from thinking about Adam. Nick's relationship with Adam is cute, but in some ways, both guys are tentative. Adam is confident and completely comfortable with his sexuality, but he's had bad experiences with relationships in the past, and so he's a little wary. With Nick, he's never been with a guy in any way before Adam, and despite how much he likes him, it throws him off balance. What is he supposed to do? I wanted to give him a hug so much; he has such a lot going on in his head, and he just seems a completely different Nick from who we see in all the other books. He's insecure, and fear and doubt cloud him.

I have to say, I didn't like Adam as much as I did when reading Breathless. I can't say exactly what it is, he's not a bad guy, I just didn't really warm to him. It's kind of like having a friend who gets a boyfriend, and he's nice and all, and you're happy your friend is happy, but the guy just isn't your kind of person. It felt like that. So, romance wise, despite the intense and personal conversations they had together, I preferred reading about Quinn's romance.

Quinn has it tough. She has an unloving family with an alcoholic mother and druggie brother, both of whom are unbelievably abusive, physically as well as verbally.
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5.0 out of 5 stars OMG 3 Feb 2014
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Brigid you never disappoint this was a fantastic instalment so glad i read it. only problem is i could not stop reading so i finished within 11 hours yesterday all in one go, i have back injury at the moment and this really helped me to sit still longer than anything else. Please say that the next one wont be such a long wait. Glad to see we get to a better view of tyler too.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars 31 Jan 2014
By Sarah
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Kensington Books and Netgalley.)
This is book 4 in the ‘Elemental’ series.
Nick knows that he likes boys, and more specifically he likes Adam, but his emotions are not in check and he seems to be sending Quinn running into the arms of someone he really doesn’t like or trust.
Can Nick come clean to his brothers about who he is dating, and the fact that it’s a guy?

This was an okay story, but for me the ending was much better than the first 80% of the book.

I really liked ‘Breathless’, so I was looking forward to seeing what happened with Nick and Adam in this book. Nick seemed quite preoccupied in this book though, and it was hard to get a real feel for him most of the time. I understood how he felt, and how difficult things were for him, but I also understood how hard it was for him to admit to his brothers that he was gay.

The storyline in this mainly revolved around Nick and Adam, with some time also devoted to Quinn and Tyler. Unlike the last book where everything was about the guides, this time everything was about the romance, and for me neither of these were ideal as I felt there needed to be more balance.

The romance in this was okay, and I liked Adam’s flirty little texts, but it didn’t have quite the same ‘heart-racing, OMG, I love him, I can’t put this down, I’ll die if he doesn’t kiss her right now’ quality that Spark had. I thought the Male-Male romance was done well though, and I was happy for Nick and Adam, I just didn’t get as involved in the romance as I might have done, I don’t know why. I don’t think it was just because it was Male-Male though as I didn’t feel it with Quinn and Tyler either.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kept me up all night!! 28 Jan 2014
By BookGeek - Published on Amazon.com
I wanted to read this book, because 1, I am a big fan of Brigid Kemmerer and her ELEMENTAL series and 2, it is not everyday that a popular YA series not only has an lgbt character, but also gives them their own novel. And since I have always liked Nick Merrick, I consider him to be a popular character and it makes his story a big deal for me. I wanted to support the author and publisher for throwing a wrench in where we thought this series was going and giving us a gay love story in a paranormal world.

Nick Merrick always does what’s expected. He excels in school, spends his free time working for the family company and does his best to make sure everyone is OK. But, Nick has a secret. He isn’t really a player like his twin brother Gabriel. In fact, Nick isn’t even into girls. No, Nick’s taste is a slightly older dance instructor named Adam who kissed him a few weeks earlier and turned his life upside down. Unfortunately, Nick is supposed to be straight and he is supposed to be dating Adam’s dance partner Quinn.

And so begins the story of SECRET. This is a very different book from earlier installments of the ELEMENTAL series. There’s less fighting for their lives, although that’s in there. And there’s less family squabbling, although that’s in there too. It’s just a lot more about internal enemies. The ones within us and pain. Boy is there pain. This book reminded me what it’s like to be a teenager. How uncertain and filled with turmoil being in your teens can be.

SECRET focuses on just that, secrets. Nick has one and it’s a doozy, but Quinn has one too and it’s equally as important. Her family is a mess. As in, Quinn hides in the woods dancing, waiting for her mom to pass out and her druggy brother to go away. It’s tough and scary and difficult, it’s also a burden she carries alone. Quinn has a couple of run ins with a Merrick enemy from past installments who has a pretty explosive secret of his own.

This is an intense book. It’s about the struggles that many teens have. With their identities, with their families, etc. What do you do when who you truly are goes against the person your family expects you to be? What do you do when the people who are supposed to protect you are the very people you need protection from? Heavy stuff and really real despite the powers and the constant conflict between the pure elementals and those weaker than them.

I really enjoyed this book. As in stayed up until 4 am reading, because I couldn’t look away until it was done. It’s packed with emotion, romance, self discovery, action and family dynamics that are usually missing in YA books. At its heart this series is about brotherhood and when Nick feels he cannot tell his brothers who he really is and what he wants your heart breaks.

Literally, I am sure I heard a cracking in my chest as I read this book!

There’s a moment, a moment where Nick opens his mouth and reveals his secret and I cried. Right there, in my bed, hot tears. And I realized that I cried, because I was carrying his secret with him. I’d been holding it all in, his emotions, his fear, his anger and his heartbreak, all there in my chest, for Nick. So, when he finally let it out, shared his secret, I cried. I was relieved, I was happy, and I was proud.

Of a character in a book. That is how you know that a writer has managed to get you invested.

I highly recommend Secret for fans of the elemental series, anyone looking for a good lgbt book and fans of paranormal YA.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Didn't disappoint 2 Mar 2014
By Aimee - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
It's been awhile since I have fallen so in love with a series. I picked up Spark at the urging of a friend, and I absolutely became addicted to Gabriel, and all the rest of the Merrick boys. Knowing that this book would feature his twin Nick, and that there would be lgbt themes, immediately had me so excited. I'm so glad it didn't disappoint. I was smiling and grinning like an idiot over him and Adam. Their development was awkward, realistic, adorable, so sweet. But what I was most completely surprised and blindsided with was how much I came to care about Tyler and Quinn. I saw Tyler as just a loser scumbag in Spark. But wow, he really surprised both me and Quinn. He's a more complex character than even Gabriel. Their storyline actually overpowered Nick and Adam for me. Quinn also competely showed a different side to her. I sympathized with her and her troubles over her home life intensely.

With that said, while I enjoyed Spark more, I was still absolutely enthralled in this. I think Brigid Kemmerer has a fresh voice and is doing an amazing job staying away from YA cliches. Addicted, and impatient for the next
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5.0 out of 5 stars Keep tissues nearby when you read this amazing book 30 Jan 2014
By Krista @ Krista's Dust Jacket - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Brigid Kemmerer's Elemental series has had my attention since I read the prequel novella, Elemental (Elemental #0.5), a year-and-a-half ago. Brigid has this awesome ability to build upon not only the paranormal elements to her story, but also the relationships that form in each book. It's like spinning plates - you start with one, and once you get the fourth one going, you look back and see the first one still going strong.

Nick is struggling with several huge secrets. He's the trustworthy brother, so everyone turns to him for help. And, it's becoming too much for his 17-year-old shoulders to bear. Especially since he's got issues of his own to deal with. He's recently started to come to terms with the fact that he likes guys, and he has no idea how to share that monumental piece of information with his brothers. The only ones who know are Adam, the guy he likes, and Quinn the girl he's supposedly dating. Instead, the secret Nick keeps from them is that he can wield the wind like no one's business.

Meanwhile Quinn is keeping secrets of her own. She's saddled with Nick's secret, plus she's keeping her positively tragic home life from him. Then, when she starts hanging out with Nick's mortal enemy, Tyler, it adds one more massive complication to the mix.

Secret is Nick's book. Since his novella, Breathless, came out several months ago, much of the discussion I've heard around the blogosphere regarding Secret has been about Nick's ongoing struggle with his homosexuality. And, yes, that is a major part of this book. Nick has massive misgivings about opening up to his brothers and to Hunter. Most especially, his fear lies in revealing himself to his twin brother, Gabriel.

I don't know, though. I honestly felt like Quinn owned this book moreso than Nick. This was just as much Quinn's book as it was Nick's. This poor girl lives in such positively awful conditions. Her mom is a drunk. Her brother is a coke head. She constantly lives in fear of being raped or beaten in her own home. She thinks herself fat, ugly and unworthy of love. And, when she finds out her boyfriend, Nick, doesn't want her either (at least, not the way she wants him), it's like the straw that breaks the camel's back.

I was brought to tears so many times by Quinn's plight. This girl just wants someone to love her. And, every time she thinks she's found that, she realizes she really hasn't. My heart broke again and again for her. And, you couldn't exactly be angry at Nick for not wanting her like she wanted him. What was he to do? Sure - perhaps using her as his beard wasn't the best idea. But, it really seemed as if Quinn was on an island by herself.

And, then along came the surprise that was Tyler. He was introduced in the prequel novella and has made appearances in every book since. Tyler is one of the bad guys. And, in Secret, his motivations for treating the Merrick brothers as he has come to light. We see that things are not always black and white. Especially when it is Tyler who ends up being exactly what Quinn needed all along.

And then yes, there is Nick and his budding relationship with Adam. The angst there nearly leaped off the pages. Nick has always been the silently confident one of the four brothers, so to see him so unsure and unsteady was unsettling in a good way. It helped draw me into everything Nick was feeling and allowed me to empathize with him.

There is less of a focus on the brothers' elemental abilities in Secret than in any other book before it. There is definitely demonstrations of its use, almost exclusively from Tyler and Nick. But, the elemental abilities don't take center stage as they have in the past. And, you know, it was okay. I was so caught up in what was going on between Nick, Adam, Quinn and Tyler that I didn't even realize the lack of paranormalness until I had to sit down and think about my review. Never once did I think the book was lacking because of it.

We're all geared up now for the fifth and final book in the series - Michael's book, Sacrifice - due out later in 2014. It's a bitter sweet thing. I can't wait to see how the brothers triumph at the end and how the relationships they've formed along the way help them toward that victory. But, then, it will be over! And that will suck. A lot. But, until then, we have Secret to tide us over. Keep some tissues nearby as you read it. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best book in the series yet 28 Jan 2014
By Tabitha @ Bows & Bullets Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Nick Merrick has always been the dependable one. He seems to do everything, keeping his grades up, helping Gabriel with his school work so he can get into fire-fighting training, help Michael with the landscaping business so they don't have to live off ramen noodles, and keep his brothers from tearing each others heads off with things get too heated. But Nick is about ready to break because he doesn't know how much longer he can hide his secret, especially when he can't seem to stay away from Adam, his "girlfriend's" dance partner. He's terrified to break the news of his homosexuality to his brothers because he wouldn't be able to handle they rejection, especially Gabriel's. Add that stress to the ever-present stay alive scenario with the Guides constantly out to get them and our Nicky has quite a been to handle. Can he keep it all locked in or will he allow someone else to help him?

It seems like every time I read one of the Elemental series, the book that particular brother is mainly about becomes my favorite Merrick and this is no exception. Nick problems felt so real. Unlike the rest of the books, this almost reads like a contemporary romance because you don't go into a lot of the Elemental stuff. Sure, it's there and the threat of the Guides is present, but this is much more about Nick's journey to come out of the closet than anything else. He's such an easy character to sympathize with. I think he was a bit stupid to worry so much about his brother's reactions because it's obvious to anyone that they would support him through anything, but I can also see why anyone would worry, because there are a lot of close-minded people out there. Watching his relationship with everyone here was completely enthralling, but it's the interaction with his brothers that gets me. This entire series has captivated me in the way we see them, which shocks me as much as anyone else because I'm usually all about the romance, but there is something mesmerizing about this close-knit group of brothers that keeps me coming back.

Another interesting thing about this is it's told via Nick's perspective (obviously) and his fake "girlfriend," Quinn's perspective. The obvious choice would have been to alternate between Nick and Adam, but Kemmerer is having none of that. While I would have enjoyed being in Adam's head for a while, seeing deeper into Quinn really balanced her character out for me. I have never hated Quinn, but she was never been my favorite character. I always found her drama a bit much and though it still gets under my skin a bit here, I can finally understand her situation. Her living situation is far from ideal. Her family is downright abusive and she's trying to get away from them, but has no where to run to since her best friend is too wrapped up in her boyfriend to make and effort and Nick's so stressed from everything else that she doesn't want to burden him. It was pretty obvious early on that she was going to end up with Tyler, but watching him jump from psychotic jerk to caring sweet guy was interesting. I don't know if I can ever really support the couple because Tyler has done a lot of messed up things, but we start to see him redeem himself and I'm interested to see if he can really turn everything around.

Everything here is just as good, if not better, than the previous novels. I adored everything about it. It makes me want to create a 6 star rating just because it was that good. This is the first novel I've read where the main character is gay and if they are all this good, sign me up! It's not that I have a problem with the subject, just that none of them ever really caught me attention. But Nicky here has had my attention since the first book, so I'm all for whatever kind of story she wants to tell and I get this epic thing and, darn, is the term rabid fan-girling strong enough? I have no personal experience to backup my opinions here, but Nick's journey felt very realistic to me. I hated seeing him struggle, but that made it more believable and I love that he continues to struggle even after he decides he wants to be with Adam, that everything wasn't instantly rainbows and sunshine just because he found a boyfriend. And, if I wasn't already in love with each of his brothers, their reactions to the news would have pushed me over that edge. Chris with his sweet caring nature and quiet understand and Michael with his pride in his brothers success. Gabriel's inital reaction left a lot to be desired, but I truly believe that had less to do with the fact that Nick is gay and more to do with the way it was sprung on him. Trust me, he makes it up to Nick in the end.

So I made no secret of the fact that Spirit pissed me off in many ways, but this completely makes up for that. Well, okay maybe that's the wrong word choice, but I would gladly suffer through Hunter's trials and tribulations (and heartbreak) to get to the epicness that was this book. It was so good that I really want to stop what I'm currently reading, ignoring the massive stack of E-ARCs that will be keeping me busy until June and just read it again. That, in and of itself, is the highest recommendation I can give because I don't re-read many novels. Seriously people, I know I ranted to no end about Spirit and how it ruined to series for me, making me regret ever recommending the series because I knew whoever I recommended it to would get to Spirit and be monumentally disappointed. While I stand by the fact that it was a terrible novel with terrible things occurring within those pages, I find that now I would recommend the series because the rest of the books make up for that screw up. This particular book makes up for it and I highly recommend it to everyone, whether you've read the rest of the series or not, this book (& Nick) will win your heart!

****Thank you to KTeen, an imprint of Kensington Publishing, for providing me with an eARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review****
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4.0 out of 5 stars Review for Secret by Brigid Kemmerer 28 Jan 2014
By Alyssa - Published on Amazon.com
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***

Secret by Brigid Kemmerer
Book Four of the Elemental series
Publisher: K Teen
Publication Date: January 28, 2014
Rating: 4 stars
Source: Ecopy from NetGalley

Summary (from Goodreads):

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?

What I Liked:

I can honestly tell you guys that after I read Spirit and Breathless (both quite recently, might I say), I was BEYOND excited to read Secret. Nick and his secrets, Quinn and her broken heart, the problem of the Guides being a threat... everything is coming to a major climax in the series, and I just knew this book would be super significant in the series, as well as by itself.

In this book, we get the story of Nick, and of Quinn. Quinn knows about Nick and his uncertainty his sexuality, and so she keeps up the pretense of being his girlfriend. That lets Nick have more time to decide, it lets him have an excuse to go watch her dance (her AND her new dance partner), and it lets Quinn have a boyfriend. Sort of. All the while, there is a Guide in town who is more dangerous than Silver. And Nick's grades are suffering, due to a new distraction (or fifty).

I flew through this book. Like, usually when I'm reading a book, I'll occasionally take note of the percentage of which I've read, or the page number I've reached. With this book, I think I saw "10%, and then I read the rest in one straight shot. I read the whole book in one sitting, but I only looked at the percentage one time, early in the book, and then just read. You know what this tells me? I wasn't bored at all. Kemmerer kept this book interesting enough that I wanted to keep reading and reading. That is SO RARE, for me.

But how could this book NOT be interesting? So many things are happening all at once, in this series. Each book has it's own plot, but then there is the series plot. In this series, it's all coming down to the Pure Elementals versus the Guides. By the end of this book, something noticeable has shifted, changed, and the finally showdown while take place in book five.

Nevertheless, I LOVED this book's plot as well. It was definitely engaging and never boring. We get to see Nick struggle, something that no one sees except Nick himself, and sometimes Quinn (and now, someone else). Nick is so different from the other boys, and Kemmerer did an EXCELLENT job of keeping him in character.

In general, I love how well Kemmerer does this. Like, a lot of times, I notice that over an entire series, when an author has many characters that keep popping up consistently in the series, the characters start to sound the same or act similarly. But Kemmerer does a really great job of keeping each character unique and SEPARATE. Like, Becca is still Becca, exactly how she seemed in book one. Same with Chris - that was impressive, how Chris stills seems like Chris from Storm. Even though we're not seeing certain characters in the spotlight, the characters still seem exactly like how they were in the book they were featured. Bravo!

Kemmerer hits two major real-life issues in this book. Nick is uncertain about his sexuality, and when he understands that part of himself, he has trouble telling his family and friends. Quinn lives in abusive home - her mother and brother drink and shoot up and physically harm her, but Quinn doesn't want to call the police or Social Services, because she doesn't want her and her little brother to be split up into different foster homes.

I love that even though these books are paranormal-based, Kemmerer makes them so realistic that they seem like contemporary reads. She even has tough issues like the ones I mentioned above, and I love this. I love that Kemmerer includes domestic violence and homosexuality in this book. Both are current, real issues in today's society, and Kemmerer attacks them head-on. Okay, attacks is not the best choice of words. But I hope you see what I mean, and don't misconstrue that statement.

Let's talk romance. So, by now, I'm sure you know that Nick is gay. I hope everyone read Breathless, because that little, short novella is a GEM. Well, suffice it to say, I love the relationship between Adam and Nick - it's one of true friendship, gradual trust, and attraction. Those three things are important in any relationship, and I love how well Kemmerer built those ideals (and others) into Nick and Adam's relationship. Both males walked into the relationship scarred somehow, and Kemmerer uses this fact to make the pair seem imperfect but real.

And... there is another romance story in this book. You didn't think Kemmerer would leave out Quinn, did you? Honestly, I did, and so when I saw the direction Kemmerer was going with this guy and Quinn, I was all over that. It was subtle, and I totally picked up on it, but I wasn't sure... until it wasn't subtle anymore. I LOVE the relationship that Quinn has with this mystery guy (no spoilers). I love seeing this side of him. I feel like I actually understand him - I see his side of things. We can't vilify characters (or people) without knowing and understanding their side of things. Kemmerer proves this point, with this relationship.

I didn't like Quinn very much in previous books - she was AWFUL to Becca (Becca is my favorite, okay? So is Chris. Storm is my favorite book of the series - so far). Even in this book, Quinn is a royal pain in the butt at times, especially to Becca and other people that care about her. BUT, by the end of the book, we can really see the change in Quinn. So, her character development was pretty spot-on.

The ending... oh, I need book five, like, RIGHT NOW. None of Kemmerer's books end in cliffhangers, but the overall plot of the series has me begging for book five. PLEASE. Release date? September 30, 2014? Excellent. That's this year. Good. I am content with that.

What I Did Not Like:

There wasn't much that I didn't like. One thing I wanted more of was more of a display of the romance between Quinn and her new man. Towards the end, I was hoping to see more. We don't get more, which is okay, I get it, but I feel like this was Quinn's book as much as it was Nick's, sort of. So, I wanted to see more, towards the end, of the other romance in the book - Quinn and her guy. But that's okay.

Would I Recommend It:

I most certainly would! If you've been reading this series, keep reading! Don't worry if you don't like Quinn, or if you think that the series is too long, or whatever. You'll most likely end up loving Quinn (like I did), and the flow of the series's plot is fantastic.

And if you have a problem with reading about gay people or gay culture or anything related, I still think you should give this book a chance. Open-mindedness is a beautiful thing! And who knows? Kemmerer might convince you to see things in a different way. I totally understand that everyone has their own beliefs (really, I do get it. More than you know), but give this book a chance!


4 stars. This book is definitely my second favorite of the series! Second only to Storm, which no book in this series will touch. Except Sacrifice COULD, since I obviously have not read it yet. Basically, I'm saying that this book is amazing!
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