The Lost Savior by Siobhan Davis is in a way out of this world (sorry bad pun). Tori is in her senior year and goes out with her three closest friends to get a dress for Winter Formal. While at the mall, the group runs into a creepy guy that freaks Tori and her friends out. After the run in the girls leave to eat where Tori becomes violent ill randomly and decides that going home is the most important thing she can do. But on her way home the creepy guy drops out of the sky in front of the car and uses telekinesis to lift the car. He attempts to steal Tori away but she fights him to receive a drastic injury. While asleep, 4 guys come into her room in order to cure the poison that the creep used on her. The guys appear in her room while she doesn’t realize that they are there for her. Tori comes to realizing she is better though thinking her mom is the reason for it. Tori’s friend Kylie remembers everything but the other two don’t know what happened aside from a lie that Tori and Kylie tell to them and to Jensen, Tori’s long time boyfriend. The four guys come into her life and Tori is immediately drawn to them much to the discomfort of her boyfriend. Tori starts to learn that she has new skills and she can’t help but want to be near the guys and starts to have feelings for them even though she loves her boyfriend. She doesn’t want to ruin her life, but once she learns that she isn’t exactly from this planet her outlook changes.
I have really enjoyed this book. It is more like a young adult on the older side as there is mention of sex between teens without any description. The four guys are pretty entertaining, I really like Maddox and Beck. Coop was a little too over the top for me. Dane and his assiness are always interesting. I feel bad for Tori and think that four can just as easily be 5 Tori has a lot dumped on her plate and she takes it very well in stride and her character grown takes steps forwards and back like I would expect from a teenage girl (it’s been a while but I slightly remember those days, lol). This book has been a fun read and I have really liked it. The alien aspect isn’t overwhelming and the story doesn’t get hung up on it.