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I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 8: Chapter 15 & 16 Summary

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Section 8: Chapter 15 & 16 Summary

In Chapter 15, spy training has become part of Cammie's DNA, so when she is sitting on a dark street the next night and hands cover her eyes, she slams Josh to the ground. Explaining herself, Cammie claims Mom insists a girl needs to be able to take care of herself. As Cammie and Josh walk, she is lost in this new society of the normal American family as he tells her about his parents. They lose track of time as they walk through Roseville and Josh asks Cammie questions about herself. She tells him her birthday is November 19, her Dad is an engineer and she has sisters, but Josh never doubts anything she says since it is all true in a way; Cammie knows that her legend will live from that moment on. When she lies that Dad's job is not a family business, Josh...

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