This is Zach's point of view to the events of Cross my Heart and Hope to Spy. Just a reminder, I own nothing all these characters and the plot is. Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter. After staking out, obtaining, and then being forced to give up her first boyfriend, Josh, all. Cammie Morgan wants. Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cammie Morgan is back, and it's clear that her li.
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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy (Gallagher Girls #2) Cammie Morgan is back, and it's clear that her life hasn't calmed down since the events of I'd Tell You I. Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy. Home · Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy Author: Carter Ally. 57 downloads Views KB Size Report. DOWNLOAD. My Free Kindle: Jo Hemmings - Sex Play Tantalizing Thrills, Passionate Positions and Mind-Blowing Moves for Crazy, Sexy Fun in Bed.
In fact, this is one of the few series that I collect. The good news is, Gallagher Girls is not going to be limited to a two-book series. This is a quick and light read. I recommend this book for fans of action and romance novels. View all 5 comments. Jan 16, Marianne Boricuan Bookworms rated it it was amazing Shelves: Before I start, I have to start by saying something extremely vital to my review: 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 Before I start, I have to start by saying something extremely vital to my review: I found myself passing the pages faster, because I wanted to discover all the secrets that were being kept.
Cammie, as usual, has to deal with being a spy in training as well as just being a teenage girl. Reading her inner turmoil made me realize that although she speaks fourteen different languages and can probably kill you with nothing but a stapler, she is just a teenage girl.
It was fun seeing all the different new characters presented, as well as new situations where the "spy" aspect of the story could be developed. I love more and more the idea of a school for spies, I'd just love to be part of it. View 1 comment. Feb 06, Mary rated it it was amazing. I can't stop grinning and while this didn't get any tears out of me, I enjoyed it a lot!
I hate those kind of boys I know he is a fictional one here but still who force themselves on girls. I loved the girlpower but sadly I found the plot a little weak.
Apr 09, Pahilario22 rated it it was amazing. 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 Gallaghers: Fifteen boys from, dare I say it, another Institution come to the Gallagher Academy so that when the time came, both girls and boys would be able to learn how to tell when someone is lying, how the other genders acts and how to trust them and how to know who and when to trust.
To me, the key word I got out of this novel is: Trust, and awkwardness, but that's another story.
When Cammie has to learn to trust these boys, she finds this one boy quite interesting, and pretty cute. She learns that there are "others" like her where they've lost a parent during a mission, too. Cam tries so hard for the remainder of the semester to figure out who Zach Goode is. She finds that Zach has many legends, but will she find which one is the true Zach?
With all the things that have occured since the boys arrived, Cammie and her friends are the main observors and find something suspcious ever since the East Wing has been "Off-Limits" and BLACK CODES begin to sound when the last time one went off was about a century ago.
So Cam and her friends start another mission of their own and investigates. From making a fool of herself on a CoveOps pop quiz to wearing a strapless red dress while dancing with Zach while having a bra malfunction, Cammie has learned that not everything might be a "pop quiz" or a "class". Sometimes you may come across something totally real and you are gonna have to pull all your knowledge that you've learned and just do it.
I liked this one because there was a sense of more intense emotions between Cammie, Zach and then from seeing Josh again with DeeDee. Carter puts alot of action and more Spyvocabulary and more spy-related things that it makes you feel like you are the spy searching for the uncovered Alumni List. Adrenalin becomes not only Cammie Morgan's word, but it becomes your word.
This spy-packed mission shows you all the hints and secrets that you would wish that there was just an inch more everytime. View 2 comments. Feb 13, Marina rated it really liked it Shelves: 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: Zach was okay, I guess, but I'm not The second installment of The Gallagher Girls is much better than the predecessor. Zach was okay, I guess, but I'm not too impressed.
Especially since he wasn't too nice. But he wasn't as bad as he could have been either. Also, I'm a little surprised that these girls aren't taught how to interact with civilians better, especially boys. I really liked the plot in this one though, it was much more complex and full of intrigue, and unlike the last one I couldn't figure it out. It was also much better tied together. Also, why am I getting the feeling that Cammie's Dad might be alive???? I want to spoil myself so badly!
Definitely looking forward to the next one. Nov 14, Monkey of Doom rated it liked it Shelves: 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 girls, although can speak 32 foriegn languages fluenently, really don't know how to interact with boys.
We knew that from book 1. There better be a 3rd book, with revolations about her deceased father and his buddy Mr. Solomon, or heads will roll. View all 4 comments. Nov 23, H rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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.
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. View all 9 comments. Jan 22, Almera rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. Jun 10, Beth rated it really liked it Shelves: The fact that there are boys - and they're better than the Gallagher Girls - will never cease to amuse me. This book is hilarious. Predictable, but hilarious. It's that perfect moment in the series where school and interpersonal dynamics are still their biggest concerns.
Actually, the ending might be a retread, and Abby hasn't shown up yet which is weird; in my memory she takes up more space , so it's not too perfect. But it's charming. And the new epilogue is pretty fabulous. Feb 25, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: You can also find my review here: I have had this book forever, but decided to finally pick it up because I recently read Heist Society by Ally Carter, and I've also been on a bit of the spy books kick lately.
It's been a very long time since I read the first novel in the series, but that was okay because this can definitely be red and standalone. Ally Carter's books are at the top of my list for young adults spy novels. Etiquette and Espionage does not You can also find my review here: Etiquette and Espionage does not even come close to being as good as her books.
The pacing is fast and this is light, fun read. Perfect material if you're into reading slump. The plot was good, but a lot of the book was filler and character development material. I ripped through this book in one sitting.
It was a fun read and I wonder I have never read the rest of the series before. The characters are all really awesome. I love reading from Cammie's point of view because she is funny and her thoughts are amusing.
If you try to remove it or enter an unauthorized area, it'll detonate. Then the man slapped the counter, and—spy training or not—I jumped. Bright, cool light splashed the gray walls and reminded me of Sublevel One at school…which reminded me of my Covert Operations class…which reminded me of finals week…which reminded me of … Josh. We passed the Office of Guerrilla Warfare but didn't slow down. Two women waved to my mother outside the Department of Cover and Concealment, but we didn't stop to chat.
We walked faster, going deeper and deeper into the labyrinth of secrets, until the corridor branched and we could either go left, toward the Department of Sabotage and Seemingly Accidental Explosions, or right, to the Office of Operative Development and Human Intelligence.
Or just back to the mall. Anywhere but where I knew I had to go. Because even though the truth can set you free, that doesn't mean it won't be painful. I thought about my mother's words of wisdom and took a deep breath. I probably wasn't the first Gallagher Girl to sit in that sterile room—after all, debriefs are a part of the covert operations package. Still, I couldn't help squirming in the hard metal chair—maybe because it was cold in there, maybe because I was nervous, maybe because I was experiencing a slight underwear situation.
Note to self: develop a wedgie theory of interrogation—there could totally be something to it! But the efficient-looking man in the wire-rim glasses was too busy twisting knobs and punching keys, trying to figure out what the truth sounded like coming from me, to care about my fidgeting. I'm not immune to your powers of interrogation. I could almost hear the band and smell the corn dogs. My stomach growled as I said, "Yes.
People like Polygraph Guy were never just going to call him josh. He would always be The Subject, a person of interest. Taking away his name was their way of taking him away, or what was left of him.
So I said, "Yes," and tried not to let my voice crack.