BooksInNeed, and this book has one of the LONGEST titles I’ve ever seen.
I’d Tell you I Love You, But Then I’d Have To Kill You by Ally Carter
I have mixed feelings about this book, but it does have the longest title of a book that I’ve ever seen. That’s saying something, because I’ve seen (and finished) a lot of books before. Cammie has been through a lot. More than a lot of people, including me. When her father went missing on a mission and was presumed dead, she only had her mother and her school friends. More like sisters. At Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Woman, there was more than just school there, like the newest chemical warfare in science and how students receive extra credit for breaking CIA codes in computer class (that sounds totally amazing by the way). Gallagher Academy is not just you’re ordinary school, but a spy school. So when their new teacher teaches them to spy outside school grounds, the last thing Cammie expects is to run into a boy and fall in love. Literally, its love at first sight. Obviously, its against the school rules to go and spy on people outside school grounds, but if the stakes are high enough, then anything is possible. With the help of her two best friends and the new girl to join their school, they find out that there is more to Josh than meets the eye. So when they both fall for each other and start a relationship based on lies, there is nothing else that could go wrong, right? Will they all get their happily ever after? Or was there a curse placed upon them?
Thank you, Ally Carter, for this novel that had me saying “WOW” through the whole thing.