Here's the summary from Goodreads: Being a 16-year-old safecracker and active-duty daughter of international spies has its moments, good and bad. Pros: Seeing the world one crime-solving adventure at a time. Having parents with super cool jobs. Cons: Never staying in one place long enough to have friends or a boyfriend. But for Maggie Silver, the biggest perk of all has been avoiding high school and the accompanying cliques, bad lunches, and frustratingly simple locker combinations. Then Maggie and her parents are sent to New York for her first solo assignment, and all of that changes. She'll need to attend a private school, avoid the temptation to hack the school's security system, and befriend one aggravatingly cute Jesse Oliver to gain the essential information she needs to crack the case . . . all while trying not to blow her cover.
What I Liked: 1) Loved the lightness of this story. While I was in the middle of some other, hard core books, it was nice to get a break with this one that was pretty fluffy. It's nice to have something every once in a while that you can just read to get away from everything for a while, and don't have to pick apart every little thing to try and decide what it means. 2) The humor. This is one of my favorite parts of "light and fluffies." They almost always have great humor. And this one was no different. The funniest parts are where you just have to laugh at Maggie. She isn't used to normal teenspeak, or the ways that teens act around other teens, and it is soooooo funny to watch her adapt. 3) Jesse. Hard not to like Jesse, he's sweet and funny, and obviously cares about Maggie. And naturally, she's Maggie's mark, when it comes to her spy stuff. 4) I also really liked Maggie. She's just funny because she is so smart about some things, all of her spy tactics, but that she is in the dark about everything else, since she wasn't raised in a normal way.
What I Didn't Like: No complaints about this one!
Overall Thoughts: Fans of Ally Carter's books should get ready. You will love the humor of Robin Benway's Also Known As. For every spy skill MC Maggie has, she has no idea how to live and act like a normal school kid. Get ready to laugh along with Maggie as she tries to navigate her toughest assignment yet. The plot and characters are so light and fluffy that it won't take you long to get through this one, enjoying it all the way.
My Rating: 5 shots