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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy After staking out obtaining and then being forced to give up her first boyfriend Josh all Cammie Morgan wants is a peaceful semester But that s easier said than done when you re a CIA legacy and g

  • Title: Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
  • Author: Ally Carter
  • ISBN: 9781423100065
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • After staking out, obtaining, and then being forced to give up her first boyfriend, Josh, all Cammie Morgan wants is a peaceful semester But that s easier said than done when you re a CIA legacy and go to the premier school in the world for spies Cammie may have a genius I.Q but there are still a lot of things she doesn t know Like, will her ex boyfriend even reAfter staking out, obtaining, and then being forced to give up her first boyfriend, Josh, all Cammie Morgan wants is a peaceful semester But that s easier said than done when you re a CIA legacy and go to the premier school in the world for spies Cammie may have a genius I.Q but there are still a lot of things she doesn t know Like, will her ex boyfriend even remember she exists And how much trouble is she really in after what happened last semester And most of all, why is her mother acting so strangely Despite Cammie s best intentions to be a normal student, danger seems to follow her She and her friends learn that their school is going to play host to some mysterious guests code name Blackthorne Then she s blamed for a security breach that leaves the school s top secret status at risk Soon, Cammie and her friends are crawling through walls and surveilling the school to learn the truth about Blackthorne and clear Cammie s name Even though they have confidence in their spy skills, this time the targets are tougher and hotter , and the stakes for Cammie s heart and her beloved school are higher than ever.

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    1. LolaReviewer on said:

      I can’t stop thinking about this series.It’s so addictive I’m truly scared I’m not going to be able to ever forget it and I have this feeling that it’s ruining the ‘espionage’ YA genre for me, because I don’t think I’ll ever find a book/series of that genre as good as this one.But you know what? I don’t care anymore. I love this series and I’m going to love it with all my heart. I can say this, even though this is only the second book, since this is a reread for me: The Gal [...]

    2. Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral on said:

      *Review posted on Mundie Moms on August 20, 2011* I love discovering a series that has a number of books out already. But the problem? Well, I seem to be devouring them in one sitting. I tried to slow down my reading of Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, but I couldn’t seem to stop turning pages. For starters, I wanted to know what Cammie’s mother was hiding and what was that new construction in the school all about? Then in a countersurveillance exercise with the always fun-to-read Mr. Solomon [...]

    3. maymay ☕ on said:

      Who would have thought a sequel could be better than the first book??? Okay, not SUBSTAINTAILLY better, but noticeably better.I finished this book in less than 2 hours and im just grateful these books are short otherwise I would be encouraged to do other things ((laundry)) than read this bookThat’s how bad they can get – im not even exaggerating But book #2 was better and I think going in with 0.00 expectations made me //enjoy// it more than I thought it would Yes, there’s still more TALK [...]

    4. Sue (Hollywood News Source) on said:

      REREAD: July 26, 2015It will never be the same. I'm bumping up the rating to 4 stars.Initial read: January 21, 2015Rating: 3.8 starsOne thing you should know about me is, I have a short attention span. I can't never get anything done without chirping a couple of nonsensical chores between my reading. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself finishing Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy in one day. Its genuinely short, but still my effort deserved to be applauded.Verdict: I'm not in love with this s [...]

    5. Leanna on said:

      I read Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy's prequel—I’d Tell You I Love You But Then I’d Have to Kill You—last July at my mother's recommendation. I enjoyed, but didn’t love, the book, and it clearly made very little impression on me. I honestly couldn’t remember a majority of what took place in I’d Tell You, including most of the characters. This forgetfulness is either the fault of an aged brain (entirely possible) or a not-so-thrilling storyline (also possible).Maybe it’s because [...]

    6. Eri (Airy Reads) on said:

      re-read on 1/18/15You can also read this review and others on my blog.Reading this brought back all of the memories of why I love this series so much. Why despite having read this for the first time five years ago, I still push it up to the top of my favorite books list all the time. This book is my comfort food, and without fail, it always make me smile and swoon and laugh and a tad sad at times. Cammie is one of my favorite girls ever, perhaps because of her endearing awkwardness, something I [...]

    7. Rachael on said:

      Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy is the second book in Ally Carter's Gallagher Girl series. It is just as cute and well-written as the first book.It's a new semester at Cammie's spy school. But getting through the next part of her Covert Operations class isn't her only challenge; the school is also keeping a secret from its students, a secret called Blackthorne. Soon, it's up to Cammie and her genius friends to save the school.In my opinion, some parts of this story are predictable, but the storyl [...]

    8. Carla on said:

      Tbh, the reason the rating is “so low” is that boy Zach. Ihatethose kind of boys (I know he is a fictional one here but still) who force themselves on girls. I just can’t stand them and I won’t be sorry for that. I loved the girlpower but sadly I found the plot a little weak. You should maybe consider that I’m a bit “too old” for this series, in general, but it was a cute, easy and fast-paced read! I’ll definitely continue to read about the girls!

    9. Siiri (Little Pieces of Imagination) on said:

      asdfghjkl; these books are so fun! I can't stop grinning and while this didn't get any tears out of me, I enjoyed it a lot! especially the parts where a certain boy was involved (✿◠‿◠) I'm in such a reading groove with this series that I don't have that much time to update here while continuously laughing and turning the pages as soon as possible, but I'm already [almost] halfway done with book 3 and it's really good, too!

    10. Pahilario22 on said:

      Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy is the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter, the witty and adventurous "Cameron Ann Morgan" herself. This novel took alot from the first book and placed an even harder and challenging mission in this story. Cammie and her three friends, along with the 96 more girls at the academy, find theirselves in an even tougher and awkward situation than when Cammie first met Josh; and this time, this situation refers to all Gallagher [...]

    11. Marina on said:

      The second installment of The Gallagher Girls is much better than the predecessor. There was much more spying, secrets, twists, and intrigue in this book. My disappointment from the first book has been mollified. First of, the girls: Cammie, Bex, Liz, and Macey are all great. I wish the books were a little longer, so we'd get to explore their relationships and personalities more, but I'm just happy there are so many great girls working together.The boys: Meh. Zach was okay, I guess, but I'm not [...]

    12. Marianne (Boricuan Bookworms) on said:

      Before I start, I have to start by saying something extremely vital to my review: JOSH WHO?Agter reading this book, I am infinitesimaly glad that Cammie isn't with Josh. First of all, I've never ever related to him. I didn't like him as a character. I've always found him to be just a distraction to Cammie. I'm glad I didn't need to hear much from him here.Anyways, this book was great, even better than the first one. I found myself passing the pages faster, because I wanted to discover all the se [...]

    13. H on said:

      I thought this was really good, regardless of the slim plot. I liked the characters a lot, especially the new ones, and I wish the third book was coming out tomorrow instead of in June. Sigh. But I laughed almost the whole time, especially about some of the situations and things Cammie finds herself in. I hope Zach's in the next book a lot, because I feel like Carter raised a lot of questions about him but then didn't answer any of them (well, except if he liked Cammie or not).

    14. Almera on said:


    15. Rebecca T on said:

      These books are seriously so much fun. Sure they might be kind of predictable, but the characters are amazing and the storyline is fantastic. This is the epitome of a feel good series. I can’t wait to read them all.

    16. Georgia on said:

      Cross My Heart and Hope To Spy was my favourite Gallagher Girls book so far. I was constantly wanting to sit down and just read the book! Which is what I did after school on Friday :PCammie, her friends and all the girls at Gallagher Academy get the shock of their lives when boys (yes, BOYS!) come and live at the school for a semester. Enter super spy, super hot, super mysterious Zach. Cammie's new crush. Cammie is confused about her feelings for Zach. When they go into the town, Roseville, Virg [...]

    17. Kyla Harris on said:

      I love spy stuff. And she makes me want to become a Gallagher Girl so bad. I will always love Zach with all my heart he is top spy man ever!❤️ I love how she ends her books! Always at the end of the school year. Where the possibilities are endless. Liz and Bec are the best characters as well as best friends for Cammie. Oh and Macey too they are a mix of a kind such different personalitys yet they work together so well! I wish her books were longer! I finished this one fast. It's been awhile [...]

    18. Monkey of Doom on said:

      This book wasn't as good as it's predecessor, "I'd Tell You I Love You, but then I'd Have to Kill You". Cam went from being a cool spy girl who happened to be interested in a boy, to a confused teenage girl, who happened to be a spy. Most of the book was her trying to deal with Zach, another spy, and then not taking the route I wanted her to, which involved a good beating on Zach's part. My goodness, that guy was annoying! Kinda a non-exsistent plot. Basically just said,"we figured out that you [...]

    19. Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) on said:

      Hmmm. Much better than the first, but some parts felt lacking. I would have to reread the action scenes to try to understand what was going on, but still felt lost at some points. No cussing like the first book (there was a 'freaking', though), but there was still a romance--just with a different guy. A kiss and an almost kiss, but not really any sexual hints. Many mentions of hotness and hotties. There is an accident with a strapless bra falling, that I found a bit humorous did to the fact I al [...]

    20. Wolf (Alpha) on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I like how Zach is so clever and how he is great at what he does. I feel bad for Cammie since she was tricked. I feel bad for all the girls because they didn't know that there was a school for boys. I like how she and Zach get together and how Zach kisses her before leaving.

    21. Sally ☾ on said:

      “A Gallagher Girl's real grades don’t come in pass or fail—they're measured in life or death.”Zachary is such a bitch. I love him.

    22. Mafi on said:

      "Juro dizer a verdade, toda a verdade e nem sempre a verdade" já é bem melhor que o primeiro. Para já a autora introduziu outra escola de espiões, desta vez uma escola masculina e a rivalidade entre o colégio Gallagher e Blacktorne foi muito engraçada de acompanhar. Por tudo se passar dentro das paredes de um colégio interno, a série tem toda uma vibe de Harry Potter, apenas a diferença que aqui não há feitiçaria mas muitos mistérios, missões e explosões! É aqui também que entra [...]

    23. Claire (bookscoffeeandrepeat) on said:

      I thought my heart was going to break, but then it starts healing because of the humor in this book. "I thought you liked your interludes secret and mysterious. Your boyfriends private.""We weren't having an interlude. And you are not my boyfriend.""Yeah. I noticed.""What's that supposed to mean?""You're the Gallagher Girl. You figure it out."

    24. Nicole on said:

      I loved the second book of the gallagher girls series. At first, it starts off slow but soon get more interesting. The second book is about how Cammie and her friends find out their school is hosting boys from another spy school. Soon the school worries that a security breach could tell the world the true status of the school while incident is being blamed on Cammie. Cammie needs to learn who is on her side, who she can trust, and how she is going to save the school's reputation. I would definit [...]

    25. Devon on said:

      THAT WAS SO MUCH FUN.I WANT MOREVE ME MORE ZACH AND CAMMIE AND THE REST OF THE GANGview to come when i get back from pretending i'm a spy. 4.75/5

    26. C.B. Cook on said:

      This book was pretty good. Spies and such. I knew the ending before it came, and there was too much romance (again), but it was pretty good! (I don't remember in cursing in this one.)

    27. Duchess Natalia of the Northern Lights in the sky on said:

      Amazing I think cam should end with Zach and not Jimmy(what zach call josh)

    28. Faye on said:

      I was a little surprised by how it was better than I expected, since I didn't really like Cross My Hear and Hope to Spy's prequel, which I forgot the title of. The main thing that I like much better is that Cammie is a little more grown up. She still is a little naive, but instead of finding her annoying, I find her endearing now. It would make sense too, since she did something really bad before, and she's also a little older. There still are all the cute things, and I really liked the spying e [...]

    29. Silvana [The Book Voyagers] on said:

      THIS WAS SO CUTE. I AM READY FOR BOOK THREE ----Ok. I got to thank Eri for getting super excited to finish this series. I'm actually very grateful to her because this series rocks like mac n' cheese. I'm so very deeply in love with all the characters and the plot lines in each book.Cammie is so cool. I actually like her more than the first one. I don't know, the way she thrives at things, and her being a super amazing spy, makes me love her even more. Her relationship with her other three "halfs [...]

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