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The girl kissed a trace of chocolate from the corner of his mouth. Spoilers abound. Under the Rose has always been my least favourite of the Secret Society Girl books, mostly because it takes a very long time to get into the mystery, but I liked it more this time than the first, mostly for how much more we get to know about the characters. They totally have a Veronica-Logan vibe to them. Looking forward to re-reading the last two, which are counted among my favourite books ever. Let's see how they compare on the reread. Nov 30, cloudyskye rated it really liked it. I couldn't put this down, especially the second half kept me glued to the pages.

Things are developing nicely, we have adventure, mystery, betrayals, friendship, and above all a very slowly emerging potential romance, oh that lovely tension when they don't know themselves quite what they feel and sort of struggle against it - just the way I like it. Two more to go, both on their way to my letter box I really love this series! The one thing that kept this from being a 4 Star read for me was that I found it a bit predictable. Jun 25, Brittany rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of the first book in the series. Shelves: fiction , girly-books , series , college.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Things get off to a rocky start however when the Diggirls get a threatening email message and certain society secrets are leaked to an expose website. Amy is soon in detective mode as she tries to figure out who the rat is in her society - or worse, outside of it. While I think she is an accurate representation of the pretentious BS-spewing academic you're likely to find during the college years, it doesn't necessarily make for a lovable main character! Still, this book was a slight step up from the previous book, in that 'Secret Society Girl' was essentially ruined by the fact you knew another book was coming out in the series.

I sort of felt like the plot of this book could almost have served as Book 1, but alas, here we are. I still enjoyed reading about secret society life, moreso than worrying about the society drama that takes place, and I thought Peterfreund did a solid job of making this a real guessing game from the very first chapter Anything Memorable? Feb 10, Steph Su rated it it was amazing Shelves: writing-learn , own , favorites They contain everything I want in a series about college students: secrets, romantic entanglements, and pages and pages of side-splitting collegiate conversation.

Amy is engaging, wry, and endearingly stumbling through life as a secret society member at an elite university. She is dynamic and can hold her own in any situation. The story is a complex, satisfying, and delightful concept that only an author with more than enough brains to spare can concoct. Feb 24, Susan rated it it was amazing Shelves: fiction , read-in , women , chicklit , library-books , reading-challenges , friendship , college , library-books-i-wish-i-owned.

Secrets and lies threaten to tear apart the oldest and most revered secret society at Eli University - the Order of the Rose and Grave - as the new class discovers a traitor in their midst. Even as a member, our heroine Amy Haskel seems the be out of the loop. After enduring a difficult initiation, the tap class of D realized that the powerful patriarchs of the society never intended to allow women to join their orde Under the Rose picks up where Peterfreund left off with Secret Society Girl.

After enduring a difficult initiation, the tap class of D realized that the powerful patriarchs of the society never intended to allow women to join their order. In standing up to the powerful men, Amy and the other "Diggirls" hope that the worst is behind them. But the drama is non-stop, and within the tomb of the Order of the Rose and Grave, warring factions begin to endanger the future of the club.

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Under the Rose was if possible, even better than it's predecessor. Peterfreund's dialogue was sharp and witty as ever, with lots of verbal sparring between Amy and caustic patriarch "Poe". The plot was full of twists and turns that kept me guessing the entire time - some of the things that Peterfreund comes up with are just completely out of left field! The author does an amazing job of lining up several suspects and subplots, making for a fun mystery.

Even after discovering the identity of the member betraying the society, we suddenly learn that the conspiracy goes much deeper than anyone realized. Under the Rose was a fast-paced, gripping, page turner.

Secret Society Girl (Ivy League, book 1) by Diana Peterfreund

I am thoroughly enthralled by this series and I can't wait to pick up book 3, Rites of Spring Break. Shelves: funny , chicklit. This is the second book in the Society Girl series. The first started with main character Amy Haskell being tapped for one of the more elite secret societies at Eli University, Rose and Grave. In this sequel, the problems that started with the formerly all male society tapping girls for the new year are still haunting Rose and Grave.

This time, someone has posted a website that threatens to reveal all of the Rose and Grave secrets. One of her "brothers," Jenny, is not only determined to ignore t This is the second book in the Society Girl series. One of her "brothers," Jenny, is not only determined to ignore the rest of the society in public, but has also hooked up with a cultist boyfriend.

And on top of everything, Amy, even though engaging in a new "relationship" is contending with the fact that her ex has a new girlfriend. While it sounds like your typical teenage novel, this book is really fun and enjoyable, even for someone who's past the college years. Be warned, however Mar 07, Natalie rated it it was amazing Shelves: newly-read To be fair, I should probably give this book 4 stars, but there's just something about this series that, when reading this book and the prior Secret Society Girl, I can't put them down.

I will say this, I guess. Peterfreund's strong point isn't "really great at wrapping things up.

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Good stuff. If you liked the first book, I'm sure you'll continue by loving this one. Jul 25, JoLee rated it liked it Shelves: So reading these books kind of made me feel like I was watching a show on the CW. Especially the first book--Amy goes to a Eli which is basically Yale , she is an editor for one of the school's literary publications, and she gets involved in a Secret Society. It was very Rory Gilmore even though Amy and Rory do not have similar personalities.

But, I have to say that I was very entertained. A little intrigue, some good-looking guys, trying to change the status-quo, it was all in there. And, on So reading these books kind of made me feel like I was watching a show on the CW. And, on top of all that, Amy is a really likeable character. So, I'm going to read the next book in the series. Jul 15, stephanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: chicklit , trashythrillers , would-rec. Dec 20, Keris rated it really liked it. I loved dipping into a world of Ivy League life and secret society rituals; this book really made a change from my usual reading.

I felt exhilarated by Amy's schedule of papers, meetings and romantic liaisons with the delicious George 'Puck' Harrison. In truth, I was compelled to snatch moments with this book until I had devoured the entire thing. Apr 23, Carol Andrade sky in winter rated it it was amazing Shelves: re-read. Re-read in 30th november I ran out of blue post-its, I have no chill.

Why it took me so long to read it? I wasn't even at college when I saw this book cover and wanted it read. Amy is such a funny narrator. It's impossible not to like her and she does some Lizzie Bennet comments here and there. Yeah, there's nothing really there, but Re-read in 30th november I ran out of blue post-its, I have no chill. Yeah, there's nothing really there, but he's such a good character!

Maybe 2. I read the first three books and I just couldn't relate to all the secret society drama.

I feel bad that I didn't like this series as much as I was expecting because so many other blogger friends loved it. Oh well, we can't all like the same books. Jul 18, SKB rated it liked it. More of the same of the first book--Amy's a fun protagonist. Carla, I cannot even explain all of my love for this book and my excitement that I have 3 more to read in this series. A couple of my former students have been telling me to read this book for a couple years now.

They LOVE it. Add in secret societies and feminism, and I am so there! Awesome review for an awesome series!!

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Love hearing that other readers love this series just as much as I do!! I read them every year, and still crack up at Amy!! LOVE new adult lit! And secret societies. Great review and looking forward to reading this series! Candice, I think you would love Secret Society Girl. Seriously Peterfreund takes the secret society in such a cool direction. I love it! Everyone, you included, makes it sound excellent!

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I hope it does see a resurgence of popularity. You should definitely read it! This sounds awesome and very much like something I will love. Great review, April! Her books are so wonderful. I loved her latest and I loved her Killer Unicorn books,so the Ivy League series was the natural next step for reading and so far it did not disappoint. My friend Katelyn recommended this one to me but I have yet to check it out.

I think I should do that because it sounds so good! I seriously love this series!!!! I am so obsessed!! I am so pumped to continue this series.

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