Giveaway: Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Initiative (Eric Van Lustbader) @GrandCentralPub #TheBourneInitiative

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The Bourne Identity (and, truly, the entire Jason Bourne series) is one of those books that all crime and spy fiction lovers talk about and discuss.  In fact, some would argue that they are the best in the spy genre!

Needless to say, they have been on my TBR pile for quite some time.

With the arrival of the fourteenth novel, The Bourne Initiative, which published earlier this month, I am thrilled to be teaming up with Grand Central Publishing to offer a prize pack for one of you featuring The Bourne Initiative and other books in the Jason Bourne series!!

What an amazing way to get into the series and binge read some spy fiction!  Keep reading for a glance at the prize package and the Rafflecopter link for your chance to enter!

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BOMG Book Review: Public Relations (Kate Heaney and Arianna Rebolini) @GrandCentralPub

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Coming at you today with another Book Outside My Genre (BOMG) palette cleanser book review! When her boss leaves town, PR agent, Rose Reed, is finally given her chance to take the reins

When her boss leaves town, PR agent, Rose Reed, is finally given her chance to take the reins with a client; too bad that client is a hot, rugged, young, international singer-songwriter, Archie Fox.   Ignoring her unexpected, inconvenient and unprofessional budding feeling for Archie, Rose arranges a staged romance with an up and coming indie singer.   Things start to get complicated, and, in the end, Rose will have to decide whether to let her feelings go or to risk her reputation…it’s all just another day at the office…
Public Relations (Kate Heaney and Arianna Rebolini) has been one of my top guilty pleasure reads of this year. Fun and fluffy, this was an easy read that I breezed through. It really reminded me a bit of The Devil Wears Prada with a slightly nicer boss and in PR, instead of fashion. My only regret? I didn’t read it while at the beach.

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