[#14] Book Review: Model Spy by Shannon Greenland

Model Spy 
(The Specialists #1)

Model Spy (The Specialists, #1)


Teen genius Kelly James is in a lot of hot water. A whiz with computers, she agreed to help her college RA, David, uncover some top-secret information. After all, she doesn't have many friends and David has always been nice to her. It doesn't hurt that he's supercute and irresistible, too. All she has to do is hack into the government's main computer system.

But a few hours later, her whole life changes. She is caught and taken in for questioning, only this isn't your run-of-the-mill arrest. Rather than serve a juvenile detention sentence, she accepts the option to change her name and enlist in a secret government spy agency that trains teen agents to go undercover. As if that wasn't overwhelming enough, she discovers that David works for this agency as well!

And before she even begins to understand what is going on, she's sent on her first mission as an undercover model. And who better to partner with than David himself!


Model Spy… I have this thing about teenage spies that really makes excited about reading it. I like books that make me think, though this one doesn't really hold for too long before revealing the mysteries.

I like the lead character, Kelly’s geeky ways and all. There’s a little touch of romance that’s really sweet and cute. The friendship between the specialists/agents was the same way.

There was humor but not too much. The mystery was revealed almost immediately but there was some that’s never revealed in this book. Think I have to read the next one to have the answers but I don’t mind at all.

It was a quick read with a mix of (you know) teenage stuffs. I loved it :)

How much I loved it?
4.0 Hearts

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