“Cracking, laugh-out-loud dialogue, characters that feel painfully real, and a sweet premise about love in the information age.”
— Jodi Picoult, bestselling author of Sing You Home
Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder know that someone is monitoring their interoffice email …
But they can’t quite bring themselves to take any of it very seriously. Jennifer tells Beth everything she can’t tell her husband about why she doesn’t want to start a family. And Beth tells Jennifer everything, period, especially if she thinks it will get a laugh.
Lincoln O’Neil knows that he should stop reading Beth and Jennifer’s email.
He should just send them a warning. He should have sent it the first time he caught them breaking the company rules. But they both seem so nice… They’re smart and funny and interesting, and he likes them. Especially Beth.
By the time Lincoln realizes how much he feels for Beth, it’s too late to unread all of her personal messages. And it’s way too late to introduce himself. What would he say? “Hi, I’m the guys who reads your email, and, also, I love you …”
But he can’t just do nothing. Falling for Beth makes him realize he’s been doing nothing for far too long.
Attachments is a fast, funny romantic comedy about three people at the end of their 20s, at the end of the last Millennium. It’s a book about falling in love with the person who makes you feel like the best version of yourself. Even if it’s someone you’ve never met.
“Perfectly mixing sweet romance with deliciously tart wit, Rowell’s literary debut is a complete charmer.”
— Chicago Tribune
“A funny, touching portrayal of friendship, loneliness and love in the digital age.”
— Daily Telegraph (UK)
One of 2011′s “Best Summer Reads”
— Entertainment Weekly
One of the “Outstanding Debuts of 2011”
— Kirkus Reviews
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