I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You

Who can forget our first loves, first heartbreaks, first zits or first snub by the popular kids or … wait, what was it we loved about high school?

Sara’s Holds Shelf is where Sara Norman reviews YA novels, one of the Cybils’ most popular categories with more than 90 nominations as of this writing. Phew. She recently reviewed Ally Carter’s I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have To Kill You, which was "a wonderfully fun read — not all that profound, but purely fun."

Cammie Morgan is your average genius who goes to your average private school — with one slight exception. Gallagher Academy may look like a normal private school, but it is, in fact, a spy school, where the students are trained to become CIA operatives or other such things. On her first mission for her CoveOps training class, Cammie accidentally meets a normal boy — and that is where things get tricky. She and her friends use all of their spy training to investigate him, while at the same time, she is falling for him, and of course, she can’t actually tell him anything about herself.

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