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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People accept her abilities a little too easily.

Ben’s an intriguing character but you don’t get close to him either. Things are not always as they seem and for the firs time, I was completely absorbed in this book.

I was so enthralled with the writing, but at the same time I was taken aback by how abrupt secrst was. This book is the fourth in the Touch series and it starts out with Camelia hearing voices that call her worthless and tell her to die. I completely love the friend triangle that is Camelia, Kimmie and Wes. More tears sting my eyes.

The mystery in the novel was nice and creepy, if not a tad predictable. Two stars might be just a little too generous, but that’s me, all heart.

Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide

Camelia and Kimmie also have some issues in this story, which is rotten timing lauurie Camelia, as she’s dealing with horrible nightmares, crazy visions that make her black out, and worry over her aunt.

Jun 04, Olivia rated it it was ok. I liked seeing Wes and Kimmie again, and her mom’s vegan tendencies and her really cool dad. Every few chapters, readers were made privy to the stalkers innermost thoughts about Camelia and his plans laure her.


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

Maybe he was concerned about his fingerprints, from breaking in. 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 lirtle for kids in their early teens. The girl is stalked and kidnapped and then two pages later she’s laughing with her friends dsadly how strange the whole situation was Or get really drunk and review bad books. Ben and Camelia’s relationship was very compelling, making you fall in love with them both.

What’s wrong with this town that people ztolarz getting kidnapped and almost killed in each story? Best part of the book. The conflict in this book is one which scared the crap out of me. My 12 year old self would have loved Deadly Little Secret and given it at least 4-stars.

He only reacted to her because he “felt” something when he touched her. Even though I don’t quite understand him, did he want to be with Camelia or not? Its really annoying that he didn’t tell Camelia that Ben saved her.

You need to experience to create greatness. Because he has a secret. Does the next one get better? And I love it! That has got to hurt. Love, love, love it! Apr 29, Deadoy rated it really liked it Shelves: One thing I loved about the romance of this book is that it wasn’t what defined the storyline. The boy who saved me stood up, wiped his tearful eyes, and told the other guy to sit with her until she woke up.

I like his character, but I feel like they are not right together. I had no idea what to expect from him but I’m pretty sure people have a better feeling of him after reading the book. For the most part I’m pretty bad at reading them cause I just can’t take it! Overall, this book is just amazing, and I can’t find really any negative criticism to give at all!


Stolarz is talented, the way she twisted in all 4 plots of the first 4 books together, shows that all the books are related to each other and that there is some sort of connection between each book that further explains the other and fills in some missing gaps that were purposely put there. Her infatuation with Ben isn’t the real problem, though: In books 1, 2, and 3 of the touch series, when that moment which is always dangerous comes Ben, her boyfiend who can tell the future through touch, comes and rescues her But then he starts to warm to her–even though he warns her that she shouldn’t be friends with him, it’s too dangerous.

So I think I’m totally justified in telling you to shut up and stop being so self obsessed. Read more from the Study Guide. She is an amazing character!

deadlu Right now I don’t because Camelia seems totally emotionless, her friends seem like a-holes, and Ben is the only character I kinda-sorta liked. She tries so hard to be brave, so hard to stay away from what she knows might not be good for her, but she’s not so good at either one.