Listened to this in audio on the drive up:
I love Ally Carter's Gallager Girl series. DON'T JUDGE A GIRL BY HER COVER (Brilliance, 2009) is the third in the series. For today's tweens and teens, this is what Nancy Drew was for me, but much better (sorry, Nancy). Cammie is a student at Gallagher School for Girls, a school which appears to be a fine school for fine upstanding young women. It is, though, a school that trains girls to become spies. Cammie and her friend Macey are in Boston since Macey's father is a VP candidate in the upcoming election. They are lured to the roof of the hotel where kidnappers attempt to take them. They escape thanks for some quick thinking. But now the mystery is afoot as Sherlock might say. Lots of action and adventure, snarky girls, a bit of a romance: what more could a girl want? Or me for that matter? It made the drive pleasant and quick.
Now, I am diving into INCORRIGIBLE CHILDREN by Maryrose Wood. I have read 100 pages and ADORE it. I hope I can stay awake a while longer to finish it. If not, first thing in the morning before I hit the shower with any luck.
For now, back to the books.