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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls, Book 2)

by Ally Carter

Rated: None

If having your first real boyfriend, keeping it a secret from your headmistress mom at your elite boarding school for spies in training and keeping your secret life from that same boyfriend wasn’t difficult enough, imagine waking up one day to the reality of sharing your school/home with a group of boys from another secret spy school. And one boy in particular is very cute. And he keeps flirting with you.

Winter semester of their sophomore year starts pretty much the same as any other semester for Cammie and her best friends Bex and Liz. But learning they will be sharing their school with boys they know almost nothing about and who have secrets of their own proves too much for these Gallagher Girls, who will stop at nothing to discover who these boys really are and what they are hiding.

This is the second book in the Gallagher Girls series, and it doesn’t disappoint. I have read a number of books from the teen-spy genre and this is definitely my favorite series. The endings are satisfying with only enough loose ends to carry you to the next book. There’s nothing inappropriate or too mature, just the right amount of action/adventure and romance with a fun story line. I can’t say enough great things about this series.

Rated: None

— Reviewed by Nicole Borman

Nicole Borman is a high school librarian who didn’t catch the reading bug until college. Although she likes most genres, her genres of choice are nonfiction, YA chick lit, and anything Pride and Prejudice-esque.

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  • Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls, Book 2)
  • by Ally Carter
  • Rated: None
  • Genre: Young adult
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