I’d Tell You I Love You, but then I’d Have to Kill You




Cammie Morgan goes to Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women.The school might claim to be your typical all-girls school, but if the school teach chemical warfare, hacking into the CIA, and the latest martial arts I highly doubt it. The school is actually a school for spies. There is one thing the girls of Gallagher Academy can’t do. Act like normal people. Always on guard, they suspect everyone and everything. The ones who blend in the best, who go unnoticed are ‘pavement artists.’ They can stand right next you and you wouldn’t see them.Chameleons is what they are.  Cammie is a ‘pavement artist’ along with that she is can of speak 14 different languages fluently and kill a person seven different ways with her bare hands.

Things get complicated when Cammie falls for a normal boy named Josh. Spy training doesn’t teach you how to deal with boys who really like you. Every night  she risks her life to meet him. To make matters worse her mom is headmistress of the school. If the daughter of the headmistress is rebellious what will other people think. Wait, things get even worse. Joe Solomon the new extremely hot teacher at the school. He knows how Cammie’s father died. He has also ben a spy for aver ten years meaning Cammie has to be double careful. Can Cammie keep a relationship running as a spy and a girl? Can she be ordinary?


This book is absolutely amazing. Being a spy now sounds both good and bad. Its not all just adventure. There is so much more involved. I give this book a 10  It has so many questions, mysteries, and cliffhangers. The book itself ends in a cliffhanger. The book is the first in the Gallagher Girl series. It features Cammie Morgan and her adventures. So far I’ve only read the first three books and I love them. I know I am going to enjoy the last three. Apparently the last book has a little novella that follows it. You can find it online at allycarter.com/books/. Read the books and remember to.. Enjoy!


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