Attachments (2011) by Rainbow Rowell is probably a book I never would have found if it weren’t for my fellow Cannonball reviewers. And I’m so glad they recommended it. This novel was a fun, sweet story filled with normal, likable people, and I really enjoyed it.
Lincoln is in his late-twenties and is kind of lost. He’s still getting over his first love from high school, he lives with his mom, he has no direction, and he is making no effort to change his life. When he gets a job as IT security and starts policing the company’s e-mails he discovers Jennifer and Beth, best friends whose gossip-y e-mails are entertaining and fun. Knowing that he’s treading on questionably ethical ground, Lincoln continues to read their e-mails as he begins to fall for Beth.
And here’s the rest of my review.