Deadly Little Secrets by Laurie Faria Stolarz

Friday, August 1, 2008

Three months ago, Camelia’s life is saved by a mysterious boy. She doesn’t see him again, until the first day of her junior year. His name is Ben Carter and everybody in school claims that he killed his girlfriend. Camelia doesn’t know who or what to believe but she does know one thing, she is irresistibly drawn to him and his touch.

But shortly after Ben’s sudden appearance in her life, Camelia begins receiving chilling phone calls, various packages and notes. Ben persists that her life is in grave danger and tells Camelia that he can help. Camelia is wary about his offer especially with Ben’s mysterious behavior and the new rumors buzzing around school involving him. Can she trust the new and handsome boy with the so- called “shady” past?

Deadly Little Secrets, just like I suspected, did not disappoint. The book was amazing and an excellent start to the new Touch series by Laurie Faria Stolarz (author of the Blue is for Nightmares series). The plot was mesmerizing, it kept me guessing who posed a threat to Camelia’s life.

I loved reading about Camelia and her friends. Kimmie and Wess was a blast to read about. I enjoyed reading the constant witty banter exchanged between them and their very distinct personalities. There were numerous laugh-out-loud moments whenever the trio were together. Ben's ability to sense things through touch it gave him substance as well as his turbulent past. Ben and Camelia’s relationship was intense and compelling.

The book was full of shocking surprises and revelations. Once I finished Deadly Little Secrets, I was already anxious to read the next soon-to-be sequel in the series! This is a must read for fans of romance, suspense, and mystery!

Deadly Little Secrets is the first book of the touch series novel by Laurie Stolarz. The book hits the shelves on December 16, 2008.

Pre-order it right now on:
Barnes & Nobles

While your at it be sure to check out some of her other books like the Blue is for Nightmare Series, Bleed and Project 17.

The trailer for DLS can be found here

Copies of this review can be found here too.


Carol said...

Great review! This was an amazing book. I can't wait for the sequel! :)

BooksandLove said...

Ooh, can't wait to read this one!

The Book Muncher said...

omigod, i totally have to read this book :D sounds creepy but amazing

Little Willow said...

Looking quite forward to Laurie's latest.

Kayla said...

I can't wait to read this, i loved her Nightmares series!

I added your link to my blog.

Kayla (Midnight Twilight)

Hillary said...

OMG! That sounds really good. Awesome review!

Book~Adorer said...

Wow, this book sounds amazing! It's going on my wish lisht right now!

Doret said...

Love the cover and it sounds great. I'll have to check it out

The Book Girl said...

Ok I want this book like now :-x I havent read her others yet, even though I own them. Im actually suposed to review Project 17 but it looks reaalllyy creepy... any who great review, and Im going to go look up when it comes out :-D

btw thanks so much for signing the guestblog on the site! No worries, Ill still be here on blogspot, Im just able to do more with the new thing, you know? :-D I was playing sudoku on it last night 0_0 lol

robin_titan said...

I really liked this book and I want the sequel to come out already!!

Anonymous said...

omg... i wanna read it sooo bad...
but i cant find it at the libary

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