I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You Entry 3

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

Author: Ally Carter

Pages: 140-204/ 284

Date: 12/10

Summary: Mission time again…or well spy time I guess. Since the girls are intercepting Josh’s emails (okay, seriously being a teenager spy would be so awesome!) they plan for Cammie to casually bump into Josh at the town square since they know he’ll be there. The girls doll Cammie up, but not too much and she is off. Josh notices her and approaches and things go well. She says she’ll be back there the next day and he says “maybe I’ll see you around.” Which he does the next day and they talk and get to know each other. When she has to run off so soon, she sees a loose stone in a gazebo- a spot they can leave messages to each other. Josh and Cammie use the brilliant idea, and he finally asks her to the movies!! With tips from her friends, she is off to the movies with Josh sneaking away from Career day at school. They missed the movie so just went to get food. It was then she got to meet his friends. After they left, they kissed! Awe, how adorable(: The next day they went out again and Josh took her to a dance. And Cammies mom ends up there with Mr. Solomon… Dun dun dunnnn!!!!

Favorite Line: “Learn your legends early. Learn them well.” A legend is kinda like your cover story for your secret identity. It’s like, who you’re pretending to be. You know everything about them…what they like and don’t, if their allergic to anything, their birthday and family. If you were to get held hostage and hesitate on your birthday or something simple…you’d be done for. As Mr. Solomon said “The split second it takes you to recall something your cover identity would know is the split second in which very bad people can do very bad things.”

Random Thought: I wish I could find a loose stone in some kind of structure and leave notes back and forth with someone. It’s so spy like and sounds so fun!

Life Lesson: If you have a secret identity and a cover story, you better learn it well. And have a good memory. Also…you better be a darn good liar! 

                                                                                                   Until the mission resumes


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