I needed a lighter, happy read this week and so I’m really really glad Chloé Kitchens recommended this gem to me! I had read a little bit of Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell and did not love that read, but Attachments by Rainbow is very different!
Rating: 4.5 / 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫
Summary: Beth and Jennifer work in a newsroom. It’s 1999. They’ve just gotten internet and e-mail, but their company knows people are using their access to e-mail for personal reasons instead of professional. Beth and Jennifer don’t care. Their emails are hilarious and keep getting flagged by the system. Lincoln is hired to basically monitor the emails throughout the company and send out warnings to those who aren’t using their emails for professional reasons, but he’s so entertained by Beth and Jennifer that he doesn’t send them any warnings. Instead, he begins to fall in love with Beth based off her emails and it gets to a point where it would be too creepy to introduce himself now… so what does he do? Read to find out!
Why I Loved It: It’s such a quirky read. The emails between Jennifer and Beth are hilarious, and I think all the characters are super relatable. I’ve read a lot of books lately with sad endings and needed something a little more upbeat. It’s such a quick read, so if you’re looking for a poolside read, I totally recommend this one!
For Fans Of: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine !!!!
Where to Find: Here is the Amazon link for Attachments: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
What’s your favorite lighthearted read? Looking more recs like this!
PS, this read is on my Summer 2020 Reads list coming out a little later this week! Make sure you head over to my website www.msveazey.com and subscribe so you don’t miss it!