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Serial Hottie by Kelly Oram
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Jun 07, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: contemporary, kindled-it, leading-men, favorites, ships-and-otps, leading-ladies, indie
Read from July 21 to 25, 2012

This was a really good book. I liked the coming-of-age center of it with Ellie making a transition from a tomboy type of girl to one who is more comfortable in her femininity and with herself as a person. It also showed the change in her relationship with her sister, Angela as well. Her relationship with Seth was interesting in that they had some seriously cute moments when Ellie wasn't jumping to asinine conclusions and accusing him of being a serial killer. Seth was a character that I really liked, he was very sweet but very intense as well, which stemmed from a traumatic event from his past. His intensity and over protectiveness did at times come off as a bit creepy, but it in a weird way it only endeared him to me more. He and Ellie had a really good chemistry and while all of the signs point to Seth as being the killer the outcome was really surprising. Overall, this book deserves 4.5 stars, it would've been a full five stars if Seth was revealed to be innocent a lot earlier in the book and Ellie wouldn't have acted so "I love you but I hate you" with him for so long. Also the bits at the end with the scenes from Seth's POV were awesome and it made me wish that he and Ellie could've spit the narrating duties.

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07/22/2012 page 17
07/23/2012 "Ellie, girl, stop! Could you be anymore frustrating?"
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