A review by p0laris
Deadly Little Lies by Laurie Faria Stolarz


There are things I liked more about this book than the first book, and there are other things I liked less. Camelia doesn't learn from her mistakes the first time around (which is so frustrating), but the other characters seemed more developed and fleshed out in this book. I didn't have a clue who the stalker was this time around, and that kept me on my toes. Ben turned into a type of stalker himself, which is really unfortunate; I couldn't excuse his actions this time around.

Overall, I was more invested in the story this time around. It was quick-paced, and creepy, and I was just unsure enough of the characters around Camelia, that no one was exempt from my suspect list. If you liked the first book, you'll definitely like this one.