The Spy Who Totally Had a Crush on Me
Book 3, Spy Goddess
Michael P. Spradlin
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With a traitor in her midst, Rachel faces losing her life and her heart—all in one semester
At Blackthorn Academy, a peculiar prep school in the mountains of Pennsylvania, students are concerned with all the usual things: homework, hookups, and how to save the world. For Rachel, studying has taken a backseat to a little problem she’s having with a supervillain named Simon Blankenship, who is convinced that he’s an ancient Roman god and she’s a reincarnated goddess whom he must destroy. They’ve tangled twice before, and Rachel has beaten him narrowly both times, but now Blankenship has done something completely unexpected: He’s stolen an important ancient artifact from Blackthorn Academy . . . and disappeared.
She and her fellow spies in training wait for Blankenship to show himself while contemplating the possibility of a turncoat in their midst. And as if that weren’t enough, Rachel must tangle with a different kind of problem: a totally cute new student, whose eyes are just a little too pretty, and who seems to know just a little too much about Rachel and her past. She must decide quickly—is he boyfriend material, or a traitor?
“An entertaining page-turner . . . Witty and smart with an edge.” —School Library Journal on Live and Let Shop
“[A] fast-paced face-off against evil.” —Booklist on To Hawaii, with Love
New York Times–bestselling author Michael P. Spradlin is the author of more than twenty books for children and adults. His works include the international bestselling Youngest Templar series, the Killer Species series, and several picture books. He is fluent in Australian, British, Canadian, South African, and several other English-based languages. Sharks swim in the other direction when he steps into the ocean. He has a black belt in television remote control. He does not understand why VHS tapes “have not made a comeback.”
Spradlin lives in Lapeer, Michigan. Lapeer is French for the peer, which is a big joke on the French because there is no peer there. Unless you count Michael P. Spradlin. But even he is without peer. Sorry, French.
- Level: Grades 7-12
- Category: Crime & Mystery
- Published: Jun 24, 2014
- Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween
- Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
- Print Length: 152 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 3, Spy Goddess