23. July 2013 · Comments Off · Categories: Angie, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Romance, Teen Books

I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You (Gallagher Girls #1) by Ally Carter, 284 pages, read by Angie, on 07/21/2013

Everyone thinks the Gallagher Girls Academy for Exceptional Girls is a boarding school for snooty rich girls. They are wrong. Gallagher Girls have a long and distinguished history, one that requires very high security clearance. Gallagher Academy is a boarding school for girls, but the classes they teach are much different; here they learn espionage and spy craft. The Gallagher Girls are training in weapons, covert ops, and languages; all in the hopes of preparing them for lives as spies. Cammmie Morgan is a Gallagher Girl legacy, her mom is the head of the school. Cammie is known as the Chameleon because she can blend in anywhere. So what happens when a boy notices her on a mission. Can Cammie and her friends deal with dating? Not the same way a normal girl would!

I think Ally Carter is a wonderful writer. Her books are extremely entertaining and funny. I loved the thought of these teen girls using a crush to practice their skills. They use everything from surveillance to hacking to going through garbage and more. This book is light-hearted, entertaining and laugh-out-loud funny at times. I would definitely recommend it and plan on reading more of the series.

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