I'd Tell You That I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You
This is the first book in the Gallagher Girls Series. They are written by Ally Carter.
The series is about Cammie Morgan, who goes to the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, a snobby prep school for rich young ladies.
Or at least that's their cover story.
It's really a school for spies.
Join Cammie as she goes through her Sophomore Year of...well, spy school. When a Cov-Op (Covert Operations) class exercise takes her into the nearby town of Roseville, Virginia she meets a boy, Josh.
Cammie then spends most of the book at war with herself as to whether she wants a "normal" life or the challenging life of a spy. She spends a lot of time sneaking out, with the help of her awesome friends, and going to the town to see Josh and what a "normal" life is like. In the end, Cammie realizes she can't live with a foot in both worlds and that she has to make a decision.
This book contains equal amounts of Spy stuff and Girl Stuff, and will educate you in the ways of spy stuff, entertain you the whole way through, enlighten you to the challenges of spy life (assuming that is what spy life is like. I wouldn't know) and make you emotional when Cammie.....
Never mind. I won't spoil it.
Go get it from the library and read it. It's awesome!
This is her website:http://allycarter.com/
(P.S. : If you are extremely sad at the end, read the second book Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, trust me. It will help!)
(September 21: If you've finished this, go read my blog post about Bk. 2: Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy.)