I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You - Ally Carter I really enjoyed this book. It was a nice change of pace to what I've been reading lately, and the awesome thing is that I could totally see this type of thing happening. I mean, who knows if the governments of the world seeks out exceptional children by looking at their grades? It could happen! And then they would train them to be spies, yeah, I'm not good enough apparently, because I never made the cut.This book (I'm not going to say the name over and over because it's probably one of the longest book names I've seen..) is a very fun, and enjoyable read. It's fairly fast paced and follows Cammie as she falls in love for the first time. But Cammie isn't supposed to be seeing this boy, she goes to an all girls school and they don't mix very well with the townies, since everyone thinks they are all rich, snooty girls. But she can handle it, she is a spy after all, sneaking around and being invisible is what she does.I like Cammie as a main character because she is smart about everything, but has no clue about boys. She is good at what she does and is a very well developed character. I look forward to reading more about her adventures at Gallagher Academy with her friends. I want to see what kind of mischief they get into next time, and see what happens between her and Josh, if anything. I definitely recommend this fun, quick read! Thank you to Disney-Hyperion for letting me review this!For more reviews, visit Owl Read It