Lissa's Review: Serial Hottie by Kelly Oram
Released: July 10th 2012
Genre: YA, Romance, Humor
Length: 405 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback
Hockey-obsessed tomboy Eleanor Westley has never been the object of a guy's affection before. So when the hottest boy she's ever seen moves in across the street and starts treating her like she's the center of his universe, naturally she's going to be a little skeptical. But everything starts to make sense when girls who look just like Ellie start dying all around the city. Obviously the new guy is the killer, and of course he only likes her because he wants to slice her into tiny pieces. Right? The more Ellie gets to know Seth the more she's convinced he's a psychopathic killer. Problem is, he's the sweetest psychopathic killer she's ever met. Not to mention he's brutally hot. No matter how hard she tries, she can't help but fall for him. Will Ellie find true love, or will her summer of firsts turn out to be a summer of lasts?
Five Boundless Stars
Serial Hottie, is cute, fun, and hilarious. With of course a Serial Killer and mystery thrown in.
Ellie aka Eleanor is a total tomboy. She loves Street Hockey and isn’t afraid to break a boys nose. She also has a pretty insane temper. Her best friends go off to a summer camp, that she’s not allowed to go to. That really doesn’t leave much for her to do. Until, the hot crazy boy moves in next door. Which we are then taken on this insane rollercoaster.
I have to hand it to Kelly, she really kept the mystery at bay. I didn’t figure out who it was till the end. It had it’s super intense moments but also the lighthearted ones. I liked Ellie and also Seth. I can totally understand he had his total creepy moments. But what’s hilarious, is Ellie can not get enough of him. It’s like magnetic pull like no other.
I have seriously enjoyed Kelly’s books in the past (which is pretty recent) but I wasn't disappointed by this story. I can’t wait to see what else Kelly has up her sleeve.
If you enjoy a good romance and mystery then I think you’ll love this. Overall, I give this book Five Boundless Stars. Why may you ask? because it’s written really well. I didn’t even realize who it was till the very end.