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Serial Hottie by [Oram, Kelly]
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  • File Size: 1942 KB
  • Print Length: 405 pages
  • Publisher: Bluefields (June 5, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 5, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008GR3SYO
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I can only give this book 3 stars, because while I couldn't put it down (I just had to know who the serial killer would end up being), I was really creeped out by the love story. Seth was kind of on the abusive side. I don't think there are any parents out there who would want their daughter to date someone who completely flies off the handle anytime another boy so much as looks at her, telling her that he hates all her friends and "kidnapping" her just to prove a point. Fortunately our heroine doesn't just sit by and take it from him, but I still felt like she could have done more to put him in his break up with him.

Other than that I thought the book was really well written. I liked how Ellie and her sister develop a loving relationship, and how Ellie learns a lot about herself over the course of the book. The story felt really intense, and I loved how there was the constant question of "did Seth do it?" I am a fan of this author and would probably read anything else she chose to publish.
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Despite one of the worst titles ever, Serial Hottie was a decent read. I have a small list of complaints but mostly I really enjoyed it. I did not think Seth was nearly as creepy as Ellie, her sister and a bunch of other reviewers thought. Possessive, jealous, over protective and intense, yes, but not creepy. In fact, a majority of the offenses Ellie listed against him, she was guilty of too. Stalker, check. Moody, check. Violent, check. Abnormal, check. Total hypocrite? Looks like it. And then a bunch of the reasons she came up with for being scared of him were pretty weak. He must be a serial killer because he collects knives and can throw with great aim? For someone who hangs out with boys all the time, she is pretty oblivious to normal boy hobbies and interests. I'm tempted to rant about this for a while, (it bothered me enough to cause the loss of one of the stars)but I'll move on. I did really like how strong Ellie was though sometimes she bordered on mean. You know what, let's just call a spade a spade. Sometimes, she was full on really mean. But when she was no-nonsense, butt-kicking Ellie, she was pretty awesome. I also enjoyed reading about Angela and Ellie's relationship as sisters. I even appreciated that all of Angela's meddling was out of love and concern even if I sometimes wished Ellie would just deck her. Of course, no one in this book came anywhere near perfect but I figured that just made them well-rounded. Finally, the bonus Seth pov at the end was pretty great. It was really helpful to be able to know how his mind worked. It also made it easier to look past the crazy stalker tendencies and see the sweet, caring dude inside.

I guess it wasn't a small list of complaints after all.
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This book was terrible. TERRIBLE. I mean, I admit - Kelly Oram is a very skilled writer. I loved "Cinder & Ella" - this book made me cry and it wasn't pretty. But "Serial Hottie". OMG, this book is just preposterous. Let me elaborate.

1. Seth. Seriously? Stalker much? Creepy much? Psycho much? This book would be so much more interesting if he was the killer. But he obviously couldn't have. I don't get this hype for possesive, moody, creepy, stalkerish dudes with obvious anger management issues. I blame Twilight. Girl, if a guy breaks into your room just to leave you a "sweet and romantic" message, spends some amount of time there while you're having dinner with your parents downstairs it is not right. If he punches a wall because he saw you kissing another guy, it's of course better that punching you, but it is still not right. If he wants to kill every male that comes near you, it is not right and he's in serious need of some professional help. If he declares that you're his girlfriend and he's not taking no for an answer and you're thrilled about that, there's something wrong with both you and him. If he tell you things like "oh you're so sweet and innocent" or "I'll teach you more when you're ready" there is something wrong and creepy about that. If he pins you to the floor with your hands behind your back just to prove a point it is NOT right. And last but not least, if a guy picks you up against your will, drags you to his room and keeps you there so he can talk to you, it's definitely not ok!
If Seth wasn't that hot it would be totally a "Criminal Minds" episode.
2. Ellie. Oh Ellie.
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Nancy Drew anyone? This book was NOT a romance. My disappointment,unfortunately, was in expecting a romance and getting this wannabe whodunit novel with a 16 yr old heroine behaving like 12. It read more like one of those tween books in The Babysitters Club. Or a creative writing story you had to do in 8th grade, "What I Did For My Summer Holiday". Even though the characters were young teens (16 & 17), they were way too immature for a romance story. I thought the writing was solid and the author was talented, but the plot was all over the place and totally unbelievable and the hero, Seth was absolutely creepy and disturbed. I would not encourage my daughter or any female to be involved with someone like that on any level. The book started off well and I liked all the characters, even the creepy Hero,who by the way needs some serious professional help and anger management classes, but the romance part was an epic fail. It is impossible to see how these characters even thought romantically of each other far less to be "in love" with each other. They never dated, the heroine thought he was a killer for the first part of the story, so she avoided him. Her sister thought he was weird, so she avoided him in the middle part. They barely had any conversation, he announced she was his girlfriend, she was happy with him for two seconds and then she was scared of him again until the very very end. And viola! They were in love! Yeah, would have been a nice read for a thirteen year old, without any romance developing,about a sixteen year old and her summer.
I have read other books by this author which were good. Now I am wary of purchasing any of her books, regardless of the ratings.
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