Kim’s Review of Spies and Prejudice by Talia Vance + GIVEAWAY

Reflections of a Book Addict

saptvPride and Prejudice meets spies? HELL YEAH.  When I first heard about Talia Vance’s Spies and Prejudice my first thought was, “How is this the first time someone’s thought of this?!”  With the ever-growing popularity of James Bond and other spy thrillers, it makes sense that we introduce the world of young adult readers to Jane Austen’s most popular work with exploding tennis bracelets and walkie-talkie watches.  Teens imagining a world of corporate espionage that they can take part in!? I’d say you’ve caught them as readers – hook, line, and sinker.

As a private investigator, Berry Fields has seen it all.  She specializes in cheaters, men who have affairs and think that they can get away with it.  Within her own personal life she has little use for men.  This is partially because of her profession and partially because of a spin the bottle incident in eighth grade that left…

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