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Friday, May 19, 2017

ARC Review: Public Relations by Katie Heaney and Arianna Rebolini

When I saw the summary of “Public Relations” I was instantly interested in the plot and the idea of a up-and coming PR rookie trying to reestablish the persona of a big time rock star. I don’t usually read books written by two authors but both Heaney and Rebolini made the story line and dialogue flow.

When the story starts we meet Rose Reed. Rose is working at a PR firm but she is really a no body. Despite her best efforts in college, NYU to be exact, she didn’t end up working at the publications she had worked so hard for or dreamed of either. She works with her best friend and I have to say their witty banter and back and forth really added to the persona of Rose and also to believing the story. Since I grew up in the North East all the places described and the everyday situations seemed funny and real. Rose is running late to work when she finds out that she will be sitting in on a meeting with a very hot and talented British star-Archie Fox. Archie’s career needs a boost and he needs a competent PR firm to help him get his career back on track. Rose, despite being warned not to say a word and really only be a warm body at the meeting, offers suggestions that both Archie and his agent love. Much to the shock of her boss and her much more advanced co-workers. Archie is taken with Rose’s ideas and wants her to be by his side. Rose has a cute idea of pairing him up with an Indie Star, Raya. The idea is to give them press -which they both need- with their fake romance. As can be expected, Rose and Archie quickly start to fall for each other. They have cute conversations and little impromptu get together and neither can deny their feelings for each other.

There were many things that I liked about the story. Both Rose and Archie were cute and fun! The secondary characters all added to the story and made it seem real and genuine. I can easily see some of the things happening in the story happen in real life. Also, the struggle that Rose and Archie both face is endearing as they try to act professionally but at the same time they can’t squelch their attraction to one another. This was a cute and fun story and a good read.

**ARC provided by Publisher**

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