Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy
"Did your Covert Operations Coursework ever take you to the town of Roseville, Virginia?"
Even in that sterile room beneath Washington, D.C., I could almost feel the hot humid night last September. I could almost hear he band and smell the corn dogs.
My stomach growled as I said, "Yes."
Polygraph Guy made precise notes and studied the bank of monitors that surrounded him. "Is that when you first noticed The Subject?"
Here's the think about being a spy in love: your boyfriend never has a name. People like Polygraph Guy were never just going to call him Josh. He would always be The Subjects, a person of interest. Taking away his name was their way of taking him away, or what was left oh him.
"And you utilized your training to develop a relationship with The Subject?"
"Gee, when you say it like that--"
"Yes or no, Mrs.--"
I give this book 5 stars because I thought it was better than the other two in the series. I thought this book had more action and romance in it that the other ones. So I would definitely read this book if you have read the other books.
Enjoyable book, I dont know if I like the first or second better! haha, but it's a cute book, easy read, and something that would make an excellent read for a hot, boring, relaxing summer day! Go find a hammock, orange juice, music, and READ!!! Sounds fun, eh? haha, but seriously, check it out!
Other books by Ally Carter:
I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You ~ Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover ~ Only The Good Spy Young