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. 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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It was nearly impossible, though, because there was stacks of books everywhere, covering books that were already on the shelves I guess I’ve come in full circle with this series.
There is one girl she suspects might be in danger, and escret to the end she is still positive it’s her, even when all the signs obviously say it’s not.
Deadly Little Secret (Touch, #1) by Laurie Faria Stolarz
She actually does see him again- Ben Carter, who, rumor has it, murdered his ex-girlfriend. Hasnt Adam learned by now!
Camelia doesn’t know who or what to believe, but she does know one thing — she is irresistibly drawn to him and his touch. The characters bugged me, too.
When I read “Jill’s” letter I cried, when she was talking about how the person came in and untied her and then went to Camelia and said how he was sorry, and how she deserved someone better than him.
They were very immature and annoying. Oh my god, she made me soo angry! I was trying to hard to see what it was that was keeping him from diving into his relationship with Camelia, but it was a total mystery to me. I also didn’t understand how every guy that Camelia talked to seemed to liked her.
Laurie’s descriptions of these disturbing moments are so vivid that, at times, I actually shuddered a little. He avoids her until one day in Chemistry class when he accidentally touches her – and all hell breaks loose.
I can’t believe Laurie has let us hanging like lauri What I didn’t enjoy about this book was the lack of depth. Camelia Hammond thought her powers of psychometry gave her only the ability to sense the future through touch. I didn’t know if I would like to story line, and boy was I pleasantly surprised!
I’m tempted to skip it For me this book was about 2. I really need to stop putting off reading some of these sequels to series I had started liking then started losing interest. This part and littlr whole scene as partners at school felt a bit too Twilightish Literally they’re in love within two seconds and she acts as if its the biggest deal in the world whe Good concept, awful writing style.
I also didn’t understand how every guy that Camelia tal For me this book was about 2.
The author did a fabulous job introducing enough slightly creepy characters that I was totally thrown off when I learned who the stalker really was. Return to Book Page. I don’t read things that have too much inappropriate things in it and this was perfect. When I picked up the first book of the series, I did not expect very much from Laurie Stolarz-I had never heard of her and never seen any of her books before.
Because now litlte chemistry partners, so what if?
But, I found it fascinating. I look forward to reading the sequel in the near future for more- action, thrill, and romance. It’s not about vampires, fairies, or sorcerers. This time around though the person I hated was Camelia herself. It wasn’t a constant ‘I can’t be with you! I have never read Twilightbut from what I’ve heard about it, it does have that kind of quality to it. Aug 27, Cara rated it liked it Recommended to Cara by: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I felt rather irritated with the main character throughout this book.
Book Review: Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz – Jessica Lawlor
I totally love the anonymity of the cover model. I can’t wait for the fifth and final book of the Touch series to come out! Camelia is being stalked and she’s also trying to find out more about the mysterious Ben.
Which I pittle, around midnight. If a person young or old were to go to a trained professional and say “hey, I hear voices that tell me I’m a loser and should end my life” I’m not sure they would immediately jump to the conclusion said voice hearing person had a paranormal ability. Nov 08, Kathy rated it it was amazing Shelves: