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The Ivy: Secrets

Lauren Kunze, Rina Onur

Publisher: Greenwillow Books

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Summary

Reputation, Reputation, Reputation. 
You're a student at the most prestigious university in the country, and you've been tapped for the most elite social club. You've made it! 
Now Don't Blow It! 
Callie Andrews triumphed during her first semester at Harvard: she made incomparable friends, found the perfect boyfriend, and received invitations to the most exclusive secret societies. But she may have ruined every-thing with one ill-fated night. Now she's keeping secrets from everyone, including— 
Clintthe upperclassman who's too good to be true 
Vanessathe best friend turned backstabber 
Gregorythe guy who's a total(ly hot) mistake  
and Lexithe social queen who wants to bring Callie down. 
But Callie didn't get into Harvard by giving up, and she isn't about to now. Besides, she's not the only one with something to hide. . . .

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