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When I first started reading this book, I didn't like it at all. I kept bringing myself to abandoning it, but then found myself being stopped by Jenny, and told what a amazing book it was. And now I absoutely agree. I thought Josh was perfect for the story. And I just wanted Cammie to tell him she was a spy and explain the whole time. Josh was so sweet, and I laughed so hard when he bought her cat toys! But that's not the only time I laughed, I found myself atleast chuckling 2 times in every chapter. I love humerous books, and I would read this awesome book over and over. I hope that Josh returns in Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy, because I felt like crying every time she told him they couldn't be together, and found that my heart leaped everytime he came back. It was sweet how Cammi and her mom had that nice talk in the end, but the ending wasn't a quite as good as I would have hoped. I have seen better, but I think she must have most likely redid it alot. Overall, I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You was a breathtaking book and can't get enough of it.