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Attachments by Rainbow Rowell Review

Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

"You got mail."


A promising job advertisement lures Lincoln to be internet security, but in reality he was monitoring employee’s e-mails. Any e-mails red flagged were thoroughly read, which was when he stumbled across an ongoing virtual conversation between Beth and Jennifer. He doesn't report them, instead he find an interest in reading their witty responses to each other, and he finds himself drawn to a Beth, who he had no idea looked like. 
After finishing reading Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, I felt giddy and happy. This was my first time reading a book by this author, so I didn't know what to expect. Rowell's writing style was easy to understand with some humor as well. Each characters had their distinct voice, especially Beth and Lincoln. 

There is a saying that was mentioned in this book that men tend to fall in love with appearance first. Lincoln strayed from this in that he had no idea what she looked like; he was presented with her personality in which he falls for.   

I highly recommend this book to those whom enjoy reading contemporary romance, especially those who are not die-hard romance fans. This book is not satire with love cranked up to the max. 

Rating: 4/5 stars    
     

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References

Goodreads. Attachments. 2015. Web. 3 March 2015.

Rowell, Rainbow. Attachments. Plume: New York, 2011. Print.

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