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Last fall, Camelia fell for Ben, the mysterious new boy at school with a very mysterious gift--pyschometry, the ability to sense the future through touch. But just as Camelia and Ben's romance began to heat up, he abruptly left town. Brokenhearted, Camelia has spent the last few months researching psychometry, and experiencing her own strange brushes with premonition.

Even once Ben returns, Camelia can't get close enough to share her secret with him. Despite the romantic ...

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Overview


Last fall, Camelia fell for Ben, the mysterious new boy at school with a very mysterious gift--pyschometry, the ability to sense the future through touch. But just as Camelia and Ben's romance began to heat up, he abruptly left town. Brokenhearted, Camelia has spent the last few months researching psychometry, and experiencing her own strange brushes with premonition.

Even once Ben returns, Camelia can't get close enough to share her secret with him. Despite the romantic tension between them, Ben remains aloof, avoiding contact. Then when a series of eerie notes echoes the threats of last semester--and Ben keeps his distance--Camelia makes the painful decision to move on. Her hot new co-worker, Adam, seems good for her in ways Ben wasn't.

But when Camelia and Adam start dating, a chilling sequence of events upturns secrets from Ben's past--and Adam's. Someone is lying, and it's up to Camelia to figure out who-before it's too late.

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  • Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Children's Literature - Jennifer Waldrop
Deadly Little Lies is the second book in the "Touch" series about a high school girl named Camelia. Picking up a few months after Deadly Little Secret ended, the beginning of the book finds Camelia missing Ben, a mysterious boy with the power of psychometry, and beginning to realize her own power to see the future. When Ben returns, she thinks that he will be able to help her understand her new gift, but he refuses to get close to her again. Disappointed, Camelia tries to move on by dating Adam, who arrived in town around the same time that Ben returned. Unlike Ben, Adam wants to be with Camelia, but she cannot completely let go of Ben, and he does not seem to want to let go of her either, despite his insistence that they cannot be together. In addition to this turmoil, Camelia begins receiving disturbing messages and warnings that are frighteningly reminiscent of threats she received from her ex-boyfriend the previous year, but he is supposed to be in another state. Unsure of whom she can trust, Camelia begins to develop her power in hopes that she can save herself before the dire warnings come true. Reviewer: Jennifer Waldrop
VOYA - Tracy Piombo
Now that her stalker-turned-abductor is out of the picture, Camelia should be able to relax. But, she is constantly unsettled by a series of pranks and the new strange powers she seems to be developing that enable her to predict the future through her artwork. Then, her mysterious flame, Ben, reappears, but insists he just wants to be friends. So, Camelia reluctantly starts dating a new guy at work. Camelia and Ben are continually drawn back to one another, but new twists of events make Camelia wonder if Ben is more dangerous than he seems. Readers already invested in the Touch (Disney Hyperion) series may want to continue, and the events of the previous book are neatly recapped for new readers. Ben's aloofness seems more like a plot contrivance than a natural turn of events, however, and it is hard to understand why everyone (including her parents) thinks Camelia's previous abductor would be "too smart" to ignore the restraining order against him. Much of the book drags, and the repartee with Camelia's best friends is even more grating this time around. Periodic excerpts from Camelia's crazy aunt's diary are also more of a distraction than anything. Nonetheless, it is refreshing to see a heroine with outside interests beyond her love life. While some of the scenes are sultry, the one bedroom scene with Ben leaves almost everything to the imagination. Consider this for large collections where paranormal romances are popular. Reviewer: Tracy Piombo
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423138495
  • Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children
  • Publication date: 9/21/2010
  • Series: Touch Series , #2
  • Edition description: Exclusive Edition
  • Pages: 320
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Laurie Faria Stolarz (www.lauriestolarz.com) is the author of the first three books in the Touch series, Deadly Little Secret, Deadly Little Lies, and Deadly Little Games, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic, Silver Is for Secrets, Red Is for Remembrance, and Black Is for Beginnings. Her other Hyperion titles include Bleed and Project 17. Born and raised in Salem, Massachusetts, Stolarz attended Merrimack College and received an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston.
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  • Posted December 22, 2009

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    Reviewed by Ashley B for TeensReadToo.com

    It has been four months since Ben left Camelia. Since then, Camelia has been researching psychometry, the mysterious gift that Ben has. Camelia is sure that she has this power as well, like it rubbed off on her somehow.

    Then Ben comes back to school. He keeps his distance, but then breaks it, confusing Camelia. He wanted space, so Camelia decides to finally give up and move on.

    She meets Adam at Knead. He seems to care about her, but he isn't Ben. Camelia is also starting to get more weird photos and letters. She is even hearing things - warnings. Someone is lying to her. But who?

    Ms. Stolarz's writing is brilliant. I love it, and it is so easy to read, and keep reading, until you're done with the whole novel. The characters are so lovable. I found myself rooting for Camelia and Ben the whole time. The "love triangle" is a great addition to the novel, because it really puts a strain on Camelia's and Ben's relationship, or lack thereof. And there being another stalker, or weirdo, in her town is crazy.

    DEADLY LITTLE LIES is another amazing story. I have yet to find a book by this author that I do not like. I cannot wait to find out what happens in the next book in the TOUCH series, DEADLY LITTLE GAMES!

    13 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 24, 2010

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    Deadly Little Lies

    This is a good second book to the series. It brings a good amount of drama and will captivate you until the end.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2009

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    Great book

    Deadly Little Lies was a great book. A great mystery keeps you guessing to the very end, which Ms. Stolarz did in this book. Even though Camilia is being stalked like in the previous book; Deadly Little Lies is still a great read with some interesting twists.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2010

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    Awesome series, I love Laurie Faria Stolarz!! (:

    The first book, Deadly Little Secrets, was VERY VERY good. I loved how Camelia and Ben's romance kind of stem-ed off Camelia's anxiety about her "stalker" situation. He was always there for her, and that's really what she needed in the first book. Now, in Deadly Little Lies, Ben is distant. Why? Well, it's obvious...He doesn't want to endanger her because of not trusting himself. WHICH I think is totally unnecessary, but that's Ben, y'know? (:
    So, Camelia, being fed up with Ben's "hands off" method, she finds Adam. Well, actually Adam seeks her out, and pressures her (but in a flirtatious way) to go out with him. The whole time Camelia is thinking 'I'm not ready for this'. But, an interesting love triangle forms. Ben was never NOT in love with Camelia, and is kicking himself for ever making the decision to leave her alone.
    I love when Kimmie calls it, 'So romantic, like Romeo and Juliet'. And it is true, one night Ben climbs through her window, and...Ooops (: Hahaha, sorry (:
    All in all, this book is nothing like New Moon, where it's Bella feeling sorry and hating her life (being depressed). Camelia is strong and she's not going down without a fight.
    But neither is Ben (:
    I <3 it soo much. Laurie makes it so NOT boring, and I always worry that some books aren't meant to be made into series, because the second book is sometimes not as good as the first.
    I WAS proven wrong on this one (:
    10 STARS!! (:

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 13, 2010

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    One Of the BEST BOOKS YET!! Great Love Triangle.

    I was counting the days till Deadly Little Lies came out. The Second book of Deadly Little Secrets Series. Once i got a hold of the book, i could not put it down. I read it all in one day. I was very satisfied and kept on wanting more. The plot was one of the best yet. Of couse it was because of the mysterious hottie Ben and his arrival back to school after all what happened between him and Camelia a couple of months back. And since Ben left Camelia. She has felt as if she might have some sort of ability such as Ben's. Feelings come back between Camelia and Ben but it doesnt last long. Is there somethings hes not telling us? The plot thickens when Ben and Camelias relationship has fallen and incomes Adam the new guy working with her. Becoming this love traingle between Camelia and the two guys she finds interesting. Though strange things are happening to her giving her untrusting feeling between the guys. Is someone lying or it is someone else wanting to become in the loop? Who can she belive? I Enjoyed this book so much ill be counting the days till Deadly Little Games comes out!!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 18, 2009

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    deadly little lies

    cant wait till deadly little game

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 26, 2012

    this book is interesting and keeps you hooked from begining to e

    this book is interesting and keeps you hooked from begining to end the story is filled the suspense drama romance the story is a mystery and keeps you guessing till the end

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2012

    Best Book Ever!(:

    Definantly recomend to everyone! I've only read books 1 and 2 but when I did, I just couldnt put them down! (: :)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 11, 2010

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    Deadly Little Lies

    I love this series! My favorite part about Laurie Faria Stolarz's writing style is the short chapters. I'm the type of reader that cannot stop mid chapter and with the shorter chapters I can read even more in a small amout of time. I did not see the twist in this book coming at all. I thought Adam was the one messing with Camelia then thought maybe Ben did a 180 but I thought that was too obvious. I cannot wait until Deadly Little Games comes out!!! I recommend this book to everyone. Especially for the summer! If you're at the beach to just lounging outside, it's a quick and easy entertaining read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2010

    AMAZING BOOK

    This is an amazing book. I've always loved books like this. What attracted me was the summary and the title. I knew right then it was a good book. It was amazing. I recommend this to anyone who loves Romance & Mystey books along with a little suspense. AMAZING BOOK. I read the whole thing in one day!!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted May 25, 2010

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    Creepy Stalkers and a Romance to Die For...Literally

    Deadly Little Lies picks up where Deadly Little Secret left off. Camelia is dealing with what happened with her stalker at the end of the first book and having Ben leave town. Her family is slowly recuperating, but there's still a lot of unresolved issues between Camelia's mother and her aunt Alexia. Ben's return to town and school complicates Camelia's life because he is so standoffish and distant. Her attempts at moving on with new guy Adam are hindered by Ben's obvious jealousy and ...more Deadly Little Lies picks up where Deadly Little Secret left off. Camelia is dealing with what happened with her stalker at the end of the first book and having Ben leave town. Her family is slowly recuperating, but there's still a lot of unresolved issues between Camelia's mother and her aunt Alexia. Ben's return to town and school complicates Camelia's life because he is so standoffish and distant. Her attempts at moving on with new guy Adam are hindered by Ben's obvious jealousy and unwillingness to fully let her go. Camelia also begins hearing voices and creating premonition-like sculptures. On top of Camelia's newfound talent, she is once again faced with stalkerish notes and threatening phone calls.

    I was more than happy to read Deadly Little Lies because I really enjoyed the first. The story was well-paced and flowed easily. The dialogue was once again fantastic, witty, and smart. The whole diary entry backstory that was introduced in the first book continues here from another perspective. Stolarz was once again able to make the stalker aspect of the story incredibly creepy, while countering it with Camelia's and Ben's complicated and sizzling relationship. The introduction of Adam may upset some readers, but I liked him as a character. He adds more tension to the story and forces Camelia to deal with all of her Ben issues. Camelia's possibly developing psychic powers is also quite interesting and I'm excited to see where that goes in the series.

    The story focuses on Camelia being stalked again and as much as I enjoyed that aspect of the plot, it felt overdone. Deadly Little Secret was all about Camelia's stalker and Ben's involvement and I felt like Deadly Little Lies was about the exact same thing. Camelia is being stalked, Ben is still mysterious and a possible suspect, and Camelia still has very strong feelings for him. The only difference was that the stalker notes were more intense this time around and they were accompanied by more threatening phone calls. The stalker plotline wasn't even what really kept me completely drawn to the book, it was the story within the diary. I have a feeling Stolarz will delve more into that in the next book though, so I won't spoil anything here.

    The book was by no means bad, but I think it some things could have been done differently. I wish Ben had more dimension. He is presented as being sexy and mysterious. People don't understand him, so we don't know that much about him, but I think at this point, we need to. Camelia feels so strongly about him, but we don't really know him. Aside from telling Camelia about Julie, we know nearly nothing.

    Kimmie and Wes are back again to lighten the mood, but they seem to have no purpose other than to do that. They both have their own family issues that are talked about a bit, so I hope there's a payoff with that. Oftentimes minor characters have no purpose, but to advance the plot and I hope Kimmie and Wes don't fall into that category.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

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    The Truth About The Lies.

    Deadly Little Lies is a fasinating and intriguing story that has fully captured me. This story holds a mysterious and courious world that I feel comfortable in, an examle is Camelia's work place Knead. I would love to live in the world Laurie Faria Stolarz has created, except due to the fact of all the pranks and stalkers it holds within it. I am intrigued by just how much hate and anger a person can hold inside of them, resulting in revenge. Deadly Little Lies was the begining of this story, and now with fully reading Deadly Little Lies, I feel as though I am a part of the world Laurie has created; it felt as though as I was read/watching a movie through my eyes. And I would fully reconmend it to many others.

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  • Posted March 25, 2010

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    Thriller Series

    Laurie Faria Stolarz's writing is simply amazing. She really knows how to put you on the edge of your seat. You must read the first one before this book though cause otherwise you will just be confused. The realism in her characters help you relate which will make you feel like one of them. This is defintly a good read.

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  • Posted March 12, 2010

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    Almost the same story line as the first book

    The first book of this series was really good. The second book was not as great. I do enjoy the two best friends to the main character, they are funny. The problem I had with the second book is that it felt really repetitive of the first book. It talked more about the main character's own psychic abilities and made great references to her aunt (although it doesn't really explain why in this book that you are reading about her aunt). I still look forward to the third book but hope that it doesn't have the same story line of someone stalking and leaving notes for the main character again.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 2, 2010

    Deadly Little Lies

    In the second book of this series there were a lot of mysterious, suspenseful events that happened. The whole time you're reading it, you cannot put it down. All of the sudden your reading and you get suspicious about something or another event will happen and you just have to know something else so you keep reading! It might be slow for the first thirty pages but it picks up really fast after that. My favorite character is Ben because he is so confusing and he just adds to the whole effect of suspense because it makes you think all different things about him!

    Overall, I think this book was really good and anyone who likes suspenseful books should read Deadly Little Lies. I also recommend Deadly Little Secrets which was the first book in this series. I couldn't put that one down either. I'm so glad there's another book after Deadly Little Lies in this series because I'm definitely going to read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2009

    Deadly little games

    this book was good. i personally liked it even though it was sort of the same as deadly little secrets. i can't wait of deadly little games!!!! i recommend this book only if you've read the first one :)

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  • Posted July 7, 2009

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    Can't wait until November!!! XD

    I read Deadly Little Secrets and now I'm hooked!! I Love Laurie Stolarz!! I recommend this series to ANYONE!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2014

    This book is full of suspense, romance, and excitement. This boo

    This book is full of suspense, romance, and excitement. This book will definetly have you keep reading and reading till you finish the book. It the type of book that will have you jumping in your seat because of all the surprises! 100% I recommend this book.

    Memorable quotes:
    “'For always,” I repeat. I draw him closer, and feel his heart beat against my chest”(Stolarz 282).
    “I've been wearing long sleeves to cover the scars. I've been wearing a smile to mask the pain”(Stolarz 255).

    What others said:
    “This book is interesting and keeps you hooked from begining to end the story is filled the suspense drama romance the story is a mystery and keeps you guessing till the end.”
    “This is an amazing book. I've always loved books like this. What attracted me was the summary and the title. I knew right then it was a good book. It was amazing. I recommend this to anyone who loves Romance &amp; Mystey books along with a little suspense. AMAZING BOOK. I read the whole thing in one day!!!!!!!!!”

    Questions:
    Why did Camelia tell the police or her parents about the anonymous pictures and notes?
    Why is Camelia and Bens bond so strong?

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  • Posted March 1, 2014

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    Okay

    OMG Ben your I'm not being suspicious even though I look suspicious, showing up suspiciously and not well assuring you I'm not hiding something, meter is off the charts. Seriously man, knock it off. No wonder Camelia is a nervous wreck in this one. Well that and she's being stalked again and trying to get over what happened in the last book. Who can blame her? So yeah this one's a 3.5 for me. It got a little annoying, a lot, when Ben was being all secretive with Camelia. I get that he doesn't want her to know everything. But what about the important questions like, is she danger, can he at least tell her that much. But nope, he's either stay away or don't go, back and forth. He does help yeah, but you're like, make up your mind. The only thing I liked about this one was the suspense moments, when Camelia wondered who was stalking her and what it could all mean and at least she told her friends this time and they tried to help. Anyway, what I like about the author's book, is the suspense. She has a way of writing it that you want to keep reading and the atmosphere is really good. An okay but good sequel none the less.

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