Audrey and dating
Due to a video the killer posted on Noah's podcast, Gustavo incorrectly believes that Audrey was behind his murder, but Brooke knows this is inaccurate and tells him to leave, which he does.
Their friendship becomes better after the finale and the halloween specials, where Audrey was convinced by Gustavo and Noah Foster to come to Shallow Grove Island for a trip, where, yet again, they're targeted by another killer.
The Little People, Big World star then built up to the big news before dropping the bombshell: "Over the years Jeremy and I have received thousands of comments, messages, and e-mails containing questions about dating, long distance, purity, conflict, love, and how we prepared for marriage. They won't be the first members of their semi-famous family to do so, as Jacob Roloff is actually coming out with his second book soon.
That being said, it is so liberating to finally be able to share this exciting news with all of you.... But Audrey and Jeremy's book will be rather unique, it sounds like. We are spilling never before told tales from our dating journey, and all the ups and downs and ins and outs of our love story," Audrey explains, elaborating as follows: "The pages are filling up with our failures and successes, what we learned from dating and long distance, and how we prepared more for our marriage than our wedding.
As the new set of murders began again in the second season, Audrey and Noah's friendship got complicated due to Audrey's secret association with Piper Shaw, the first Lakewood Slasher in the first season.
As Noah slowly uncovers her secret, they become torn apart.
"In order to finish strong, we'll be taking a bit of a social media hiatus so that we can really focus on writing," concludes Audrey.Following the incident, Stavo shows Audrey his drawings and confesses that he suspects her for everything that's been happening.In the season two finale, Stavo goes to Brooke Maddox's house after her father, Quinn Maddox, was murdered to comfort her."For the past few months we've been deep in the trenches of writing...mostly in our pajamas, hibernating in our house, postmating curry for dinner, and typing away late into the night while Ember is asleep," Roloff continues.