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Serial Hottie Paperback – June 5, 2012
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I really enjoyed this book. I’m quickly becoming a fan of Kelly’s books and this one didn’t disappoint. I really loved the characters and the plot.
Ellie was definitely a tough-as-nails tomboy and Kelly Oram did a great job writing her. With girls as tough as Ellie, it can sometimes be hard to write their love story and not lose sight of who they actually are. Even though Ellie did start changing throughout the book (which should happen for any good character in a book), she still was the same tomboy at heart by the end.
Now, getting to the real topic of this book: Seth. He was so creepy! (In a good way.) I really disagree with anyone who doesn’t like this book because of Seth. He’s supposed to be weird a little psyco because the whole book centers around Ellie thinking he is the serial killer! He has issues and I like the explanation that Kelly Oram creates for them. I think she did an excellent job writing Seth’s character.
I also really loved how Ellie and Angela’s relationship changed throughout the book. Normally stories like this don’t have nearly as much sister bonding, but I really loved it for a change from the typical. I love to see a good relationship between siblings, especially when they start out how Ellie and Angela’s did.
Lastly, my only regret for this book is that I wish there was a bit more to the ending. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great ending. (Spoilers, sorta) I just wish we got to see more of the relationship between Ellie and Seth after she knows he’s not a serial killer. (Spoilers, I’m really serious this time.) Seth spent so much of the book being creepy, that I wanted to see just a bit more of him once all the secrets are out and we know that he was just trying to solve the serial killings. I loved that the extras from his point of view were at the end and it helped satisfy some of my want for more of Seth’s post-craziness. They definitely made me love Seth as a character more than before by seeing his POV. (I'm done with the Spoilers.)
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. Kelly Oram really has a knack for writing amazing characters, especially ones that aren’t your typical character, which is refreshing.
There weren't too many grammatical errors. One though was very obvious - horse was used in place of hoarse.
I would give this book a PG-13 rating. If you like YA romance and mysteries give it a try.
I liked Ellie and Seth.
I think though Seth was a little too intense at times but I think he had to be for the story to make sense.
I did like the bonus material Seth' POV...I kinda wish we would have got some more moments from him too.
I would recommend this book.