Public Relations incisively captures the both hectic and structured world of celebrity PR. As devoted tabloid readers, self-imposed media critics and rom-com addicts, we eagerly devoured the scandalous relationship between bright-eyed Rose Reed and her charge, the not-so-unfamiliar Archie Fox (OK: rhymes with "Barry Miles"). If you keep tabs on celebs via Instagram and regularly refresh Oh No They Didn't!, you'll love Heaney and Rebolini's spin on an age-old tale of girl-meets-pop-star.
—Lindsey Weber and Bobby Finger, co-hosts of the Who? Weekly podcast
Public Relations is a fun, relatable fantasy for anyone whose ever crushed on their favorite rock star. The authors
treat music fandom with respect and give everyone just enough of what they want in the end.—Adam J. Kurtz, author of 1 Page and Pick Me Up
Written with wit and charm, the novel is a fun and quick read... Heaney
and Rebolini have crafted "Cinderella" for the modern age.
Romantic, heartwarming, and hilarious. The perfect summer read for anyone who's ever fantasized about falling in love with a pop star. Katie Heaney and Arianna Rebolini
make me wish real life celebrities were as fun to read about as Archie Fox.
—Dana Schwartz, creator of @GuyInYourMFA and author of And We're Off
Rife with of-the-moment pop culture references, laugh-out-loud moments and hat-tips to internet culture, this book captures contemporary life in New York in one's mid-20s in vivid, honest detail.
—RT Book Reviews
A fun, fast-paced, feminist page-turner, Public Relations is an addictive read that goes perfectly with a glass of white.—Buzzfeed
The coauthors create a cast of characters and story with which readers will fall in love...an outstanding read.