Laurie Faria Stolarz is the author of Deadly Little Secret and Bleed, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic. Camelia Hammond thought her powers of psychometry gave her only the ability to sense the future through touch. But now she has started to hear voices. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to.
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Camelia is sure that she has this power as well, like it rubbed off on her somehow. Turns out that Debbie coma girl from book 1 wants to set Ben up so that he forced to leave town. I’m not a big fan of the genre. You don’t get to know Camelia all that well, even though she narrates – there’s not much going on in her head aside from describing what she sees.
Deadly Little Lies (Touch, #2) by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Jan 15, Eugenia rated it did not like it Shelves: Camelia is struggling to deal with her abduction the previous summer and having Ben leave town. For this book, i have five laurrie. I was blown away by this novel, even more so than by Deadly Little Secret. In the end, he comes back and they decide to be together forever.
So, this BFF tells her not to go to the police, because the stalker hasn’t actually done anything that is convictable Well actually there is this little felony called breaking and entering She was really brave.
Nobody else ever just hangs out there, but she wants to be on display, so people look at her as soon as they pull up. One thing I loved about the romance of this book is that it wasn’t what defined the storyline. Camelia attempts to move on with her new work friend, Adam, but the relationship is a battle with the feelings she still has towards Ben and the fact the he seems jealous at this turn of events.
Camelia is dealing with what happened with her stalker at the end of the first book and having Ben leave town. The plot twist at the end had me so surprised. It’s like you are routing for her to do it while still biting back a scream to tell her to go to the police. At first I think it’s Spencer, but then I hear the voice: Handsome stranger magically appears just in time to save your life? I have yet to find a book by this author that I do not like.
However, I think I preferred this novel more due to the well paced story line which flowed a lot easier. I didn’t know if I would like to story line, and boy was I pleasantly surprised!
The romantic tension between Camelia and Ben, two people so obviously still in love with one another was agonizing. There are certainly a few similarities girl almost gets hit by car, mysterious boy saves her, girl is inexplicably attracted to boy, boy wants nothing to do with her, etc. I also didn’t understand how every guy that Camelia tal For me this book was about 2.
There is a long list of potential suspects, and the book keeps you guessing until the end. But soon, Camelia is receiving eerie phone calls and strange packages with threatening notes.
I liked that it didn’t rule the plot line. Because I had to get to the end, no matter what. That is why I brought my fifth star down, her character was very irritating and just thought everything was a joke from one of the other guys when it was very serious and Camelia’s life was in danger.
Does it have any scary parts or stuff? This is Camelia’s life. As luck would have it, the last empty seat in the room is next to Camelia–and then Ben walks in. I really like this series and I really like this author. The only difference was that the stalker notes were more intense this time around and they were accompanied by more threatening phone calls. Which Ben becomes jealous. I can’t say what exactly because that might give something away.
Bella couldn’t let Edward go, Rose couldn’t let Dimitri go, and so on. The introduction of Adam may upset some readers, but I liked him as a character. Oh, Kimmie’s family including her little brother Nate.
And for two, I liked how she gave Ben at ultimatum in this book because it proved strength on her part and made Ben step it up.
And why are there so many secrets? So This book definitely had me spooked, especially since I would read it at night alone in my apartment. The first book was just “meh” Secrey, the second in the series In addition to pining for Ben constantly, a new love interest emerges.
Deadly Little Voices
Will you be a good girl for me? Because of the careful plot building and narrative, it made me able to accept Camelia’s actions even though I laurif necessarily agree with them as an outsider looking in. Other than that, I have nothing else to say, really. Several times, I tried to go to sleep but kept thinking about Camelia. The story starts off with action, builds up a ton of suspense, and then BAM!
At the beginning of the summer, Camelia almost got deaadly by a car, but a mysterious boy pushed her out of the way and then disappeared without a trace.
Deadly Little Lies is perfect for a late at night read, when the entire house is silent and the only noise is your fingers against the pages. The stalker aspect litrle the story was handled effectively and more than a little creepy.