Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

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Title: Attachments

Author: Rainbow Rowell

Published: April 2011

Rating: ★★★★★


Summary: Lincoln’s new job is to monitor the emails of the company’s employees to look for any threats. In the process, he finds himself more than monitoring, but rather reading the correspondence between two employees. He becomes invested in their lives, and develops feelings for one of them.

Why I Am Recommending: The concept of this story is admittedly creepy, but Lincoln becomes so endeared to you that you bypass his stalking tendencies and start rooting for him. Rainbow Rowell is so good at writing sweet love stories full of substantive emotions and authentic portrayals. The format of the book is unique and although it took me a while to remember which storyline went with which sender, I came to find it a quick and effective way to propel the story forward. Although selecting a favorite Rainbow Rowell is like choosing a favorite child, I would say this one is definitely a contender. Enjoy!

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