Kisses and Lies (Kisses and Lies Series #2)

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After discovering that someone saw what looked like Dan’s emergency EpiPen in A-lister Plum’s designer handbag, Scarlett and her tough American sidekick, Taylor, sneak into a posh London nightclub, where Plum has a private table. Scarlett is stunned to discover a piece of evidence that might implicate another girl in Plum’s exclusive circle, Lucy Raleigh. Which means Scarlett must cast a wider net in order to catch the right suspect.

Back at school, groundskeeper Jase is hoping ...

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After discovering that someone saw what looked like Dan’s emergency EpiPen in A-lister Plum’s designer handbag, Scarlett and her tough American sidekick, Taylor, sneak into a posh London nightclub, where Plum has a private table. Scarlett is stunned to discover a piece of evidence that might implicate another girl in Plum’s exclusive circle, Lucy Raleigh. Which means Scarlett must cast a wider net in order to catch the right suspect.

Back at school, groundskeeper Jase is hoping to take Scarlett’s mind off her troubles with some heart-stopping kisses. Scarlett can’t help but feel guilty for indulging in romantic rendezvous when she should be hunting down Dan’s killer. However, once Scarlett finds out how Lucy is connected to Dan, she knows she must drop everything and travel to the McAndrew estate in Scotland to hunt for more clues. But when she arrives, Scarlett becomes the target of a dangerous hunt herself.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Naomi Milliner
This sequel to the exciting Kiss Me Kill Me is another page-turning blend of suspense and romance. Still plagued by the death of her first crush—inadvertently caused when she kissed him with a trace of peanut oil on her lips—Scarlett is not only convinced that Dan was murdered, she is determined to find his killer. With the help of her American friend (and aspiring sleuth) Taylor, Scarlett follows the trail of three identical pocketbooks, one of which contained the stolen Epi-pen that would have saved Dan's life. Along the way, she begins a forbidden romance with Jase, the gardener's son; after all, "…even teenage girls on vengeance missions should get out once in a while." Scarlett's detective work soon leads her to the majestic Scottish castle that Dan would have inherited. Now, however, the next in line is Callum, his identical twin. Although Callum shares his late sibling's good looks, he harbors a deep resentment towards Scarlett. Does he blame her for Dan's death? Does he, in fact, wish she were dead, too? When Scarlett finds herself in danger, Callum is her first suspect—but does he pose the real threat? Scarlett is a winning heroine: funny, resourceful, courageous and, best of all, real. Readers are sure to root for her as she dares a second romance, pursues Dan's killer, and uses her gymnastic skills in clever and inventive ways throughout the book. A worthy sequel and a fun, self-contained read as well. Reviewer: Naomi Milliner
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Gr 8 Up

Henderson draws readers once again into the world of young British socialites in a book fraught with tension, romance, and adventure. Since the mysterious death of her crush, Dan, at her first posh party ever in Kiss Me Kill Me (Delacorte, 2008), Scarlett has switched to a different school and lives in perpetual fear that someone will figure out that she is "the Kiss of Death Girl." Teaming up with her new friend Taylor, a no-nonsense American, she decides to clear her name. Dan died of an allergic reaction and the two amateur sleuths learn that his EpiPen was stolen by one of two girls who own the same limited edition handbag. After clearing her archrival, Plum, of suspicion (unfortunately), Scarlett heads to Dan's home in Scotland to track down the other suspect. There she meets Callum, Dan's identical twin, whom she soon finds may also be in mortal danger. Beginning to fear for her own life, the teen longs for the safety she feels with Jase, a young groundskeeper she just met. Scarlett functions in an elite world of aristocrats and though this social setting may be unfamiliar to American youngsters, they will relate to her voice as she perseveres through teen angst and some extraordinary circumstances. With just the right balance of action and relationship drama, this book hits the target for libraries with strong chick-lit or mystery fans.-Jessica Miller, New Britain Public Library, CT

Kirkus Reviews
Not quite over the fatal kiss that killed the highly allergic Dan McAndrew, young Brit Scarlett Wakefield seeks to find closure in this zippy sequel to Kiss Me, Kill Me (2008). Determined to clear her name-and her conscience-Scarlett and her American sidekick, Taylor, set out to find the culprit responsible for lacing the crisps she snacked on with peanut oil. When Scarlett's search eventually leads to Dan's ancestral castle in Scotland, she is shocked to discover that Dan had a twin-and that the McAndrews' family secrets run deep. This precocious investigator learns she may just now be in over her head. Scarlett's voice, peppered with the usual teen angst and snark, may not be particularly novel, but it nonetheless skillfully sets the tone for this frothy whodunit. Readers willing to take generous plot leaps-for example, when Scarlett melodramatically learns that Dan had a never-before-mentioned twin brother-should be entertained. Filled with duplicitous debutantes, homicidal siblings, all-night parties and lots of designer name-dropping, this sugary mystery may find a similar readership to the Gossip Girl set. (Mystery. YA)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385734905
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 12/22/2009
  • Series: Kisses and Lies Series , #2
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 733,756
  • Age range: 14 years
  • Product dimensions: 5.24 (w) x 7.98 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Meet the Author

Lauren Henderson is the author of several acclaimed “tart noir” mystery novels for adults, as well as the witty romance handbook Jane Austen’s Guide to Dating. She was born and raised in London, England, where she lives with her husband.

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one setting up an ambush

"Show me something!" Dan says. He's laughing; his eyes are bright with excitement. I've never seen anything as handsome as him before. I could stare at him all day.
But instead, I kiss him. For a few seconds, it's perfect. His lips are so soft, I could melt into them, and his arms, briefly, briefly, are heavy around my shoulders. My first kiss. I've never been this close to a boy in my life. My head is swimming with all the different sensations, the taste of champagne on his mouth, the lemony smell of his soap, the musk of his skin. . . . I'm shivering from head to toe.

I feel like I'm about to faint, and as my legs begin to wobble, suddenly he's gone.
I stumble.

I fall and I keep falling. I know how to fall, from gymnastics, but this is different, because I'm completely out of control, my limbs flailing. I fall for miles, down a deep, deep well, like Alice in Wonderland. Cold stone around me, cold breeze blowing, an utter sense of loss that a moment ago I was pressed against Dan's warm body, and now I'm all alone. I land with a thud that knocks the breath out of me, on a soft squish of body, and it's such a shock that I scream.

And then I realize what I've landed on, and I scream even louder.

It's Dan. He's lying under me, and he's colder than the stone.

He's dead.

My kiss killed him.

And the police are banging down the door to arrest me.

"Scarlett! Scarlett!"

I wake up screaming, but I don't know what words I'm yelling.


My aunt Gwen's pounding on the door.

"You're screaming again! Wake up!"

Aunt Gwen tries the door. It isn't locked, which is a mistake on my part. She storms into my room. I hear her before I see her, because I'm still really disoriented and my eyes are crusty with sleep. I rub them to clear them out. Even that's hard, as I'm still trippy from my dream.

When I manage to open my eyes, I keep blinking. Aunt Gwen's a scary sight by day. By night, she's like a monster from a children's book. The hair sticking up like a deranged puffball, the warty forehead, the watery eyes . . . Ugh, I just emerged from a nightmare and dropped bang-slap into another one.

"Scarlett!" she yells, though there's no need because she's standing right over the bed. "You were screaming in your sleep!"

"I was having a nightmare, Aunt Gwen," I say, flinching. "I'm sorry I woke you."

"I have a very busy day tomorrow! I have geography tests to invigilate for the lower fourth!"

Only Aunt Gwen would use a word like invigilate at--I squint at the clock--4:30 in the morning.

"I said I was sorry," I repeat. "I can't help having a nightmare."

She huffs loudly in disbelief. It's a famous Aunt Gwen noise; I've heard students imitating it in the corridors.

I can't help getting cross now.

"I can't help it," I protest. "I really can't."

Aunt Gwen knows what happened to me this summer: she knows a boy I was kissing dropped dead at my feet. How can she expect me just to push that aside as if it never happened?

Aunt Gwen huffs again, even louder. She doesn't care about what happened to me. She just wants to get her sleep. And she hates me.

But that's okay, because I hate her, too.

"This has got to stop," Aunt Gwen grumbles loudly. "I've had enough, d'you hear?"
She turns and stomps out of the room. I hear her slippers slapping back along the corridor, and the sound of her bedroom door slamming shut.

This does have to stop. That's the single thing Aunt Gwen and I agree on. I just don't know how.

"It's so weird that you started having these dreams now," Taylor says, pushing open the heavy glass door of the coffee shop with the effortless ease of a girl who does fifty push-ups before breakfast. I walk in and she follows me, holding the door till the person behind her, a man in a suit, can catch up to take it from her. He doesn't say thank you. Taylor promptly lets the door go, and he staggers back under its weight.

"You're welcome," she says to him.

He goes bright red, still off-balance and struggling with the door, and to complete his humiliation, we both snicker as we walk toward the counter.

"I think I'm dreaming about Dan now because I can," I say. "Does that make sense?"

"Uh-uh." She shakes her head.

"What I mean is, before, I thought I killed him, right? But now I know it wasn't my fault he died, maybe I feel free-er to dream about him," I try to explain.

Taylor, who usually doesn't go for any kind of deep psychological exploration--she's an action girl through and through--actually looks as if she's thinking this theory over. Her heavy dark brows draw together over her green eyes in a frown of concentration, and she shakes her head, making her short dark hair look even shaggier, a gesture she does unconsciously when she's thinking hard.

"It was a huge deal," she concedes. "I mean, a guy dropping dead at your feet. I guess the weird thing is that you never dreamed about it before."

"Exactly! But now I can."

In the mirrored glass behind the counter of the coffee shop I see the man in the suit, standing behind us in the queue. He looks appalled, and he's actually backing away from us a bit.

I can't blame him. It's not exactly the kind of conversation you expect to hear in Latte-Licious from two sixteen-year-olds, is it? Death and nightmares and blame and guilt? Especially when one of those sixteen-year-olds has just shown how much stronger she is than you. Taylor's got a swimmer's build, with naturally wide shoulders, but all the upper-body work she does means that she looks pretty intimidating, and her fleece emphasizes that, making her look even fitter and sportier. Me, I did gymnastics for years, so I'm pretty fit too, but unfortunately, for purposes of intimidating people, I'm naturally curvy, with a layer of fat that Taylor doesn't seem to have. You'd expect Taylor to be able to chin her own weight; you'd be amazed to see me do it, though I can, easily. So we make a pretty good team, I suppose. Taylor's the obvious muscle, while I can look all girly and fool people into thinking I'd cry if I chipped a nail.

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  • Posted July 7, 2009

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    Danger, suspense, and more Scarlett!

    Kisses and Lies picks up where Kiss Me Kill Me left off and then spends the first 100 pages recapping Kiss Me Kill Me. Okay-I exaggerate, but the first part of the novel is recap-heavy: good for new readers, terribly annoying for people who have read book one.

    The action really picks up in the middle of the book, when Scarlett heads to the McAndrew Castle in Scotland in her investigation of Dan's death. Like the settings of Kiss Me Kill Me, the setting of Castle Airlie is fascinating, and I loved exploring it with Scarlett. Lauren Henderson, the author, is a master of the Plot Twist, and I was surprised many times in ways both big and small. There's plenty of suspense and danger, and I was also pleased to find Scarlett's tone still smart, funny, enjoyable, and age-appropriate. Henderson's characters are as likeable as ever.

    That being said, I would have given up on this book if I were not already committed to Scarlett Wakefield's story; I would have grown impatient with the Recap-Palooza and slow beginning of the novel, much of which is bogged down by Scarlett's angst over whether or not she should be falling in love with Jase before solving Dan's death. I was glad I held on, though-the last half of the book is a gripping slide down the roller coaster of the mystery. The resolution felt rushed, and like too much was happening in too small a space, but Henderson makes it up to her readers by revealing the big whodunit! Kisses and Lies doesn't end with a cliffhanger, but it does set up a satisfying and intriguing place for the next book in the Scarlett Wakefield series to begin.

    All in all, Kisses and Lies is a decent book. If you've read Kiss Me Kill Me, you owe it to yourself to follow Scarlett as she finally solves her mystery-but I do suggest borrowing it before you buy. If you haven't read Kiss Me Kill Me, I strongly recommend reading it before reading Kisses and Lies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2009

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    I Couldn't Put It Down! (Reviewed by TheBookworm)

    Kisses and Lies
    By Lauren Henderson
    Pub. Date: January 2009
    5 out of 5 stars
    PG-13 - Violence, Sensuality, and Profanity

    Scarlett is still haunted by her first kiss, six months ago. That night, Dan suffered a fatal allergic reaction and died in Scarlett's arms. That terrible memory is never far from her thoughts. Determined to solve the mystery of Dan's murder, Taylor and Scarlett begin to gather clues. Their dauntless search for the truth intensifies when Scarlett arrives at Dan's family's castle. Hidden motives, Entail loopholes, birthday cakes, and shotguns all lurk in the shadows. Scarlett only has a few days left to unravel the mystery. before someone else gets hurt.

    Kisses and Lies was completely absorbing and realistic fiction at its best. I couldn't put it down! The plot's twists, turns, and backtracking were believable and kept me on my toes and dancing. Every clue aroused new suspensions.

    The venerable characters were extremely easy to get attached to. I had every confidence that Scarlett and Taylor would figure it out, but I couldn't help but gasp or ooh or aah quite often. Not only were they good people they were also very versatile at locating, researching, and distributing information. I never wanted to stop cheering for them.

    This is one of the first times a book had an understandable love triangle that wasn't outrageous or shallow. Jase was charming and Callum saved his smiles for special occasions. Both boys had pros and cons/ attractions and put offs.

    Please let there be a third book! I dearly want to know what happens to Scarlett and her complicated relationships. I know Scarlett's life goes on, and I want to be there for it.

    Date Reviewed: April 9th, 2009

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  • Posted May 29, 2012

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    Could not put this down!!!

    I was so glad i had the second book already for this series and I could see what happens to Scarlett next. While the first part of the book does go back over things that happened in Kiss Me Kill Me, the real fun starts right after Scarlett takes a trip to Scotland where Dan lived and Scarlett tries to help find out who the real killer was. I liked this book a lot more because there was a lot more drama and gasp worthy tense moments. I really hope that things with Jase get better. He seems so nice and cute, its just his Dad that makes things really scary.
    Even if you didn't read the first book, this will keep you in the know and you will find your self wanting to read the next in the series. I know I am!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2012

    Henderson writes a great book

    Kisses and Lies is a great book about a girl named Scarlett and her friend Taylor solving the mystery of the death of her ex boyfriend Dan. She was at a party when Dan asked to hang with him. She went to kiss him and he died. He died from an allergic reaction from peanut oil from crackers someone gave her. She must find out who set her up. This is a great book.

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  • Posted January 27, 2010

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    The Story Comes To A Close

    This book picks up right where the last book finished. You may be wondering if the murderer ever gets caught. Does Scarlett and Taylor track down exactly what happened to the boy that died in her arms? You have to read Kiss Me Kill Me first. This book picks up exactly where the previous left off and you'll be lost if you don't read book one first.

    In book one Scarlett gets invited to the A group and to a party where she gets to kiss the boy of her dreams. She kisses him and he dies in her arms. She is shipped to her grandmother's house, which is a boarding school, and she decides to take matters into her own hands to figure out what happened to Dan.

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  • Posted September 12, 2009

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    After reading Kiss Me, Kill Me, i was so excited to read this, but i was honestly disappointed. The first half of the book is just a long retelling of Kiss Me, Kill Me. I mean, sure, that is great if you haven't read the first book, but for everyone that had, it was a bit of a waste of time. Though, readers should push through until the second half, because finding out who was responsible for Dan's death is what you owe yourself. The ending is very satisfying,but the rest is very dissappointing.

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  • Posted August 9, 2009

    Kisses and Lies

    This is a great book...At first i did not wan't to read this book, it was just a book I got spare of the moment for my summer reading... But from the minute I opened it to the minute I closed it it was great... I really non stop suspence and thrill... I would recommend this book for just about anyone!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2009

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    amazing book

    i think this is a really good book and i can relate to it because i have a nut allergy and i have to carry an epi-pen around with me 24/7. i can relate to dan because it is embarrsing to have an allergic to stuff. this book showed me i have a bigger risk of dieing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2009

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    Loved the way it was written and I love the story line. I love the mystery of it all. I really Loved Callum McAndrew . It was just an all around great book!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2009

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    A really good serises

    If you do read this you should really read the first book.

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  • Posted April 2, 2009

    Great Read!

    Kisses and Lies, the sequel to Kiss Me, Kill Me is such a fantastic read! It was gripping, intense, and suspensful. The romantic part in this story was also very interesting. I liked how we got to find out more about Dan and his family in the book, and how the story took place in both England an Scotland. Kisses and Lies, in my opinion, is even better than Kiss Me, Kill Me. Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down.

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  • Posted March 23, 2009

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    Love it!

    I absolutely loved Kiss Me Kill Me and Kisses & Lies. I did have to reread Kiss Me Kill Me before I read Kisses & Lies because it had been a while since I read it and I couldn't remember all that had happened, but I was glad to do it. I can't wait to see what happens next, now that Plum is attending Wakefield and also now that Jase and Scarlett are wanting to keep their relationship underwraps. I'm buying the next book as soon as it comes out.

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  • Posted March 15, 2009

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    At Part Two this book really picks up. It's definitely a great ending -for the story started in the first book.

    Can't wait to find out what happens with Jase!

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  • Posted January 13, 2009

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    Scarlett Wakefield needs to figure out why what happened to Dan McAndrews occurred. <BR/><BR/>Scarlett has settled into life at Wakefield Hall with her grandmother and Aunt Gwen, but the gnawing need to know just won't leave Scarlett. So with the help of her new friend, Taylor, the two set off to finally discover the truth of who wanted Dan dead. <BR/><BR/>When Scarlett and Taylor aid Nadia, an old St. Tabby's acquaintance, to get information, the two girls soon realize that they may be looking for the wrong suspect. Originally convinced that her nemesis, Plum, was behind Dan's death, the two girls discover that another girl, Lucy, arrived at the fateful party carting the same limited edition Marc Jacobs handbag. <BR/><BR/>Convinced that the answers Scarlett requires reside with Dan's family, Scarlett writes a letter to his parents, asking if she can meet with them. Surprised that the invitation comes so quickly, Scarlett heads to Castle Airlie for a long weekend. <BR/><BR/>While there, Scarlett meets Lucy, Catriona, Callum, and Dan's parents. Scarlett is sure there is a secret hidden at the Castle, but she is running out of time. When Taylor surprises Scarlett by showing up, the two quickly work to solve the mystery of Dan's death. <BR/><BR/>Unfortunately, I can't give more details than this or I will spoil the surprises and twists that Ms. Henderson has created in KISSES AND LIES. The story is even more suspenseful than its predecessor, KISS ME, KILL ME. <BR/><BR/>With new characters to create drama and secrets, the reader wants to reach the end to find out all the answers. I couldn't put the book down because I was so pulled into the intrigue that was occurring at Castle Airlie. I will admit that the reader should read KISS ME, KILL ME prior to picking up KISSES AND LIES. There is a lot of background information that is lost without having read the first novel. <BR/><BR/>And the ending of KISSES AND LIES leaves the reader hoping for yet another book in the series...

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  • Posted November 4, 2008

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    im excited for this to come out o.o at first i wasnt sure if she was going to write another book, but thankfully we get the rest of the story[: woot woot im excited

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