A Deadly Little Collection: Collecting Deadly Little Secret, Deadly Little Lies, and Deadly Little Games (Touch Novel, A) – Kindle edition by Laurie Faria Stolarz . Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Laurie Faria Stolarz is the author of Deadly Little Secret and Bleed, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is. Deadly Little Lies. Book Cover: Deadly Little Lies. Buy Now: . “Laurie Faria Stolarz is a master creator of suspense and romance. Her words cause the heart to.
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Then, said brooding stranger became her reluctant lab partner, who refused to speak to her. Summary – Camelia gets threatening letters and photos agai I really liked this one better than the first.
The characters are so lovable. I loved the characters as well. January 28, 41 32 Jan 31, Aside from telling Camelia about Julie, we know nearly nothing. Because I had to get to the end, no matter what. What will she do atolarz that she doesn’t have Ben to support her and sense when she’s in danger? sttolarz
There were quite a few similarities in the plot as well 2. They kept me on my toes and really were very entertaining. Who could it be? Click here to check it out! Starting off with a sculpture of Ben’s scar followed by his eye, which are only a few of the things that she sculpts in this book that turn out to be warnings of things to come.
Deadly Little Lies – Laurie Stolarz
For me this book was about 2. Unfortunately, the issues I found in the first book were just amplified. And everyone at Camelia’s school. Kimmie and Wess were a blast. So the beginning half of this was way too reminescent of Twilight. But dealdy only a few short minutes of solitude, I hear someone storm their way up the back stairwell. This one was sizzling!
Deadly Little Lies
The romantic tension between Camelia and Ben, two people so obviously still in love with one another was agonizing. This was an awesome book. Camelia started to receive notes gifts and picture of herself and felt someone watching her.
I try my best to push them away,to focus instead on the cold and clammy sensation of the mound and the way it helps me relax. I deaely Ben and Camelia go and visit her.
Stolarz adds her own special touch to the often used love triangle, throwing secretive pasts and mysterious lies into play. Their scenes together were a roller coaster of emotions, further oittle by Camelia’s budding relationship with Adam, the new dead,y at Knead. The first book was just “meh” Now, the second in the series 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 all the way so- and I know this sounds crazy- but I won’t be able to manage the heartbreak I’ll go trough.
Camila is not very reflective, and we don’t know her thoughts beyond what is imediately happening to her. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I liked that it didn’t rule the plot line. Can he read her thoughts?
Dexdly regards to the harassing calls and messages that begin resurfacing around Camelia, at times I felt incredibly agitated with her for not going to her parents, and wanted to yell at her lise not being more aggressive about her safety. The plot diverges after this little bit of prettied-up plagiarism, and turns into a Mysterious Stalker novel Camelia has a stalker.
Camelia attempts to move littoe with her new work friend, Adam, but the relationship is a battle with the feelings she still has towards Ben and the fact the he seems jealous at this turn of events. The ‘Deadly Little’ series is very much a secret itself, hidden between the covers of the more well-known novels on the shelves in the library, waiting to show any willing reader the witty remarks, strong plot-line and that a small secret is just as intriguing as a famous one.
At a rough first meeting between Camelia and Adam, a slow friendship is born between them. I just had to finish it. Ben wants to help her but still–did it seriously have to rip off the most famous crappy YA novel of our time? Soon things start to turn interesting while Camelia works on her pottery and starts to hear voices and sees things. Mar 02, Literary Cravings rated it liked it.
This book was making me crazy, I needed to find out who it was and therefore I could not put this down. He says that it was stupid and that he really does care about Camelia. Hot, mysterious, and sexy Ben was my favorite character.