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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls) Hardcover – October 2, 2007
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The second book, CROSS MY HEART AND HOPE TO SPY, the second book in the series, picks up shortly after the first book. Cammie Morgan and the other Gallagher students know how their school operates and are used to it being an all-girl campus. When guys from the Blackthorne Institute come to share their studies and their teachers, some of the girls get distracted while others get suspicious. Cammie is a bit of both camps. She appreciates the fact that the guy spies are smart and savvy, but she doesn't trust them. She kind of got off on the wrong foot with Zach, one of the spy-guys, and she can't stop thinking about Josh.
She also thinks her new schoolmates are hiding something -- and they might not be the only ones. Old photographs and overheard conversations make Cammie question her father's schooling and spy work. Will she ever find out what really happened to him?
When push comes to shove, the Gallagher Girls are here to save the day - and maybe have some fun along the way. CROSS MY HEART will please fans of the first Gallagher Girls novel. All of the books have a fun mix of spies, lies, and romance that pleases tweens, teens, and adults. Make sure to read the books in order:
I'D TELL YOU I LOVE YOU, BUT THEN I'D HAVE TO KILL YOU
CROSS MY HEART AND HOPE TO SPY
DON'T JUDGE A GIRL BY HER COVER
I started reading the book around 7 or 8 PM and stay up until 12 PM finishing it. I could not put it down even though I told myself many times, "Put down the book. It will be there tomorrow." It was just too addicting.
"Cross My Heart..." picks off where Ally Carter's first book "I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You" (now called LYKY) ends. After a hard winter break, Cammie's back at Gallagher Academy. She's still hurting from a break-up she did not want to happen and worried about CoveOp, her most challenging class. Loads of action happens during the 250 or so pages. I wish I could tell you more, but I'd ruin the entire book for you guys.
My mind is still reeling from finishing the book. It leaves you with some answers but even more questions.
If you haven't gotten a hold of the book yet, GO NOW!!!!
I loved this book and i hope everyone else will too! Be sure to read it, the worst that will happen is that you won't like it ( yeah right!) and you can just put it down! This book deserves its five stars! I was worried that it wouldn't be as good as the first book but i was proven wrong! For ANY age.
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The Gallagher Girls series continues with more of Cammie Morgan and the other young spies in training. It begins with her CIA brief about her security breaches last semester when she broke all protocols and rules by sneaking out of Gallagher to date a local boy. Now she has been forced to break up with Josh, and he has had his memory wiped with Cammie's mother's special tea. While Cammie still thinks about Josh all the time, she has bigger issues on her plate when Gallagher opens its doors to the boys of Blackthorne. Blackthorne is the male, much more sinister counterpart to Gallagher, and the two schools have merged briefly to give them a chance to get to know people they will be working with once they graduate. But something doesn't add up...
Since the boys arrived, odd things have been happening. First a Code Black occurs during a ball they have in the mansion as one of their finals (they all have aliases they must stick to). No one knows where the outside breach occurred for a Code Black, but Cammie is suspicious of the Blackthorne guy named Zach who she sees in the hallway just as the alarm is thrown. And Zach is definitely hiding something, in between his attempts to drive Cammie crazy! With the Gallagher Girls half stunned by their sudden exposure to boys (mornings get much more hectic with all the makeup and outfit changes!) and half suspicious by the sneaky Blackthornes, this is another fun and intriguing story in the Gallagher mansion!Read more ›
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These epilogues are so great! Such a treat for long time and new readers alike!Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's very exciting and I felt like I was actually apart of the book, there's lots of drama which is always curious, love this series!😍Published 18 days ago by Paul Caamano
Cross my Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter is and incredibly novel for young teens. The novel series is about young ladies that are training to be young spies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane Shirley
This book is my all time favorite in this series and I keep rereading it because it is just so good!Published 1 month ago by karston
I am well known for loving the first book of a series and hating the second book but I have to admit that the second book of The Gallagher Girls Series was purely amazing! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amy 62
This is a great series for early teen and older teen girls. Strong female characters, adventure, danger, love...they are a great read!Published 7 months ago by SJC
It was great well written and fun! Also great to build vocabulary!! I would define tally recommend this to girls who like action and romance!!!!!!!Published 9 months ago
I am really enjoying this series. It is humorous and unpredictable, yet there is still that underlying sadness and mystery. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Wendy Risher
This is incredibly well written and perfectly executed. It's perfect for teenagers or tweens. I love the description and the way Ally Carter makes it seem like you're in the moment... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer