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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She knows he’s lityle something What kept this story going was the eeriness of the dual POV, how the stalker’s warped sense of possession grew over time until it toppled things over. This was a quick easy read and I don’t think that I’m going to read the next one.
Book Review: Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz – Jessica Lawlor
The story didn’t have much going on at all. I don’t think you’l be disappointed in the least.
I also didn’t understand edadly every guy that Camelia tal For me this book was about 2. 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. Deadly Little Games Hardcover. He becomes the scapegoat to everyone but Camelia, even when her friends tell her to be careful.
Handsome stranger magically appears just in time to save your life? This study guide contains the following sections: Aug 27, Cara rated it liked it Recommended to Cara by: Refresh and try again.
Read my story here. I can’t say what exactly because that might give something away.
It was amazing and appropriate. At first I gave this book 4 stars, but stolagz more I thought about it, the more I realized I could not put it down, I realized I had to give it 5 stars. I didn’t know what was going on with him at first, he was acted rather strange. I didn’t realise I was reading Twilight And can we just talk about how everything that happened was so played down???
But when she confronts him in the hall and tries to thank him, he pretends he doesn’t know what she’s talking about.
Aug 02, Devin rated it really liked it Shelves: I hated this book.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Tsolarz Resources. I just expected more. The possibility of being looked at as being paranoid or as a drama queen or king at first is much better than doing nothing and possibly being harmed. Since Ben, on the surface, seems to fit into the “someone to fear” category – or at least a “someone to be wary of” category – her attraction to him complicates her life and affects her decision-making abilities.
There were a few technical inconsistencies with this book that bothered me a bit, but I was able to overlook them because of the greatness of the plot line. I said the alphabet forwards and backwards and counted up building bricks to keep myself calm. Not perfect, but I liked the characters and have enough interest in learning more about the touch plotline that I’ll read the follow up. Secondly, we learn very little about him or about his “touch” abilities.
It’s full of suspense and it kept me guessing throughout the book. 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.
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Yet when, on the first day of school, she sees him, Ben Carter, the new boy with a bad reputation and an even darker history, he pretends he doesn’t recognise her and insists he never saved her life. After the heroine has her house broken into, receives creepy pictures of herself and starts getting death threats she decides something strange might be happening. Ben is not a Vampire, he is psyhometric. The hook is immediately on the first page.
He only reacted to her because he “felt” something when he touched her. I expected more of the same from her new Touch series and got just that.
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.