I’d Tell You I Love You but Then I’d Have to Kill You by Ally Carter

Another series that I have been meaning to get around to for years. This was actually my second attempt. I like to listen to my series on audio and the reader has an uptick which drives me nuts. The story was good enough though that once I got into it I didn’t really even notice anymore.

Cammie is a Gallagher Girl. She attends the elite Gallagher Academy which the residents of the local town (and everyone else) thinks is just a school for stuck up rich girls. But it isn’t. It’s a school for spies. Cammie is a legacy, her mother not only was a student there but is currently the head mistress. I found it refreshing that Cammie genuinely loves her mother and never seems embarrassed by her. In fact, she seems universally loved. That’s the thing about being a Gallagher Girl. The students are actually like a sisterhood and a family and a large part of that is that their lives will depend on one another some day.

But while on a covert mission at the town fair, Cammie meets a boy who will put her whole life style in jeopardy. Under the guise of making sure that nothing has been compromised, Cammie and her friends stake Josh out. Before long, Josh is more than just a boy but Cammie can’t tell him the whole truth and it gets harder and harder to keep her cover.

What a lighthearted, fun read! This one has action, romance, and friendship with a delightful garnish of cheese!

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