The Touch Novels: A Deadly Little Collection: Collecting Deadly Little Secret, Deadly Little Games (Touch Novel, A) – Kindle edition by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis, quotes, character Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Book Cover: Deadly Little Secret. Buy Now: Amazon Buy Now: Barnes and Noble Buy Now: Kobo Buy Now: Indie Bound. Part of the The Touch Series series.
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When I read the first part of your review I totally thought Twilight, but it sounds like this book is totally different and while it has some blaring similarities it takes a definite different route. He avoids her until on Camelia Hammond is starting her last year of school, but instead of looking forward she can’t help but look back, to three months ago at the end of the last school lirtle when her life was saved by a beautiful boy who then disappeared.
I look forward to reading the sequel in the near future for more- action, thrill, and romance. Part of my problem with these suspense books, is that so often supporting characters are set up: More summaries and resources for teaching or studying Deadly Little Secret. Stolarz definitely has a gift for story telling.
Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide
Can’t explain that without giving the only cool element of the book away. Does the next one get better?
I know authors are inspired by books but they should make it their own and the first half was very similar – to similar. Nothing like Twilight at all! I certainly knew that it would be someone who was close to Camelia, but I just could not figure out who it was that was stalking her.
Nobody else ever secrete hangs out there, but she wants to be on display, so people look at her as soon as they pull up. It waxed and waned throughout until, bam, it culminated a bit, but then faltered off again.
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This was an awesome book. Their conversations were witty and amusing and served to move the story forward.
This is a must-read for fans of romance, suspense, and mystery because it won’t disappoint. And lastly, his relationship with Camelia didn’t strike me as particularly engrossing. She felt his touch and it thrilled he she felt it all over her body, even tho Deadly Little Secret surpassed my expectations. Handsome stranger magically appears just in time to save your life? It’s mysterious and full of awesomness. Seeking closure from the car incident, Camelia seeks friendship with Ben and is instantly attracted to him.
Seriously the 1st pages feels like you are reading someone’s interpretation of Twilight. I couldn’t put it down. Write a customer review. English Choose a language for shopping. Instead she’s inexplicably drawn to Ben Sony bribed me with chocolate, so here I go again.
I didn’t hate Ben though and I felt like he did have chemistry with Camelia. Mercilessly, I was hooked by the plot. Other books in the series. Published December 23rd by Hyperion first published December 8th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Secondly, we learn very little about him or about his “touch” abilities. Camelia is being stalked and she’s also trying to find out more about the mysterious Ben. Once and for all.
Aug 15, Lucy rated it did not like it Recommends it for: They kept me on my toes and really were very entertaining. At some point it did slow down, but it always thrilled me to see what was going to happen next. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I finished it in a matter of hours. It had a fun premise, and I liked stklarz writing and main character, secrdts the side characters and the ‘mysterious boy’ weren’t all that interesting to me.
She was really secrtes. They’ve met before when Ben saved Camelia’s life. Like a total So smug I guessed the stalker hehe! That said, I did find it engrossing – perhaps against my better judgement – so I need to be fair in my rating.