Deadly Little Secret Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz Goodreads| Amazon| Author Website. Sixteen year old Camelia had a fairly ordinary life until. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to. Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis, quotes, character Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz.

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Camelia stands up for herself and makes Ben deal with his decision – You don’t want to be with me then deal with it.

The front of school is her new place to be noticed. The passages written by Camelia’s stalker had me shivering it was so creepy!

Srolarz story didn’t have much going on at all.

Several times, I tried to go to sleep but kept thinking about Camelia. Her friends were hilarious and pretty great in this book, but I did have some problems with Kimmie. Strange things happen to Camelia, she is being stalked. Dec 06, Madison partee rated it really liked it. Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels.

All she wants to think about. Stollarz whole diary entry backstory that was introduced in the first book continues here from another perspective. Speaking of Adam, you never quite trust Camelia’s attraction him.


As the story continues, I increasingly get frustrated with the characters, especially how unopen Ben and Camilla are. There wasn’t much character development, it didn’t really bother me. So I absolutely love Laurie faria stolarz. The ‘Deadly Little’ series could be a portrayal of average teenage life, except that its more intense elements cut the plausibility of the series short. It’s not about vampires, fairies, or sorcerers. I don’t read things that have too much inappropriate things in it and this was perfect.


That elevates it to a “can you believe this book? Last fall, sixteen-year-old Camelia fell for Ben, a new boy at school who had a very mysterious gift — psychometry, the ability to sense the future through touch. This book would be a mild “pass” for me if it didn’t rip off Twilight in an unbelievably derivative way.

There was a lot more emotion instilled into the story, which meant Camelia seemed to have more depth, and I seemed to undertand her attraction to Ben, which wasn’t there for me in the first book. They were very immature and annoying. Camila is not very reflective, and we d To be fair, my 2-star review comes from the viewpoint of an adult reading a novel meant for kids in their early teens.

I guess I expected more since Stolarz has written and sold so many books. Refresh and try again. I still liked the story, but a second read pointed out how slow this story is, there is plot movement, but it takes forever to happen. Mar 02, Literary Cravings rated it liked it.

It’s very dialogue-driven, which, when not taken advantage of, allows the characters to be laure Jan 03, Karyn rated it really liked it Recommends it for: One day Ben touched her and squeezed her arm hard and then told her that she was in danger. Ben has a secret Deadly Little Lies picks up straight where Secret left off.


However, I think I will take a break from this series for a while because I was just going through the fourth book Deadly Little Voices and at the end Camelia chooses Adam; and I’m team Ben fadia the way so- and I know this sounds crazy- but I won’t be able to manage the heartbreak I’ll go trough.

Deadly Little Secret (Touch, #1) by Laurie Faria Stolarz

Two guys, one girl. Oh, she’s an idiot. Oh my freaking god someone shut that girl up. So, go read this great book.

Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide

Since this is my second time varia one of Stolarz’s books, I was pretty acquainted with her type of writing. This was a quick easy read and I don’t think that I’m going to read the next one. Even more strange is the voices Camelia is hearing and the premoitions she has in the form of her pottery work.