Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Rating 3.5 - bumped up to 4.
I enjoyed this book. It was a read that didn't take a lot of thought and was a cute and compelling romance. Lincoln is a perpetual student that has taken a job in security - systems security. His job is to read other people's emails when they are flagged for having some sort of inappropriate content. I have to admit, I would love that job. The voyeuristic nature is so compelling, which is the reason I picked this book up.
Beth and Jennifer know that their email is monitored, but they don't care too much. Their emails are regularly flagged and Lincoln is sucked into this world.
It was a great premise and great writing, but about three-quarters of the way through the book it just seemed like the author gave up. I was rooting for the characters and then the end just sort of...happened.
I bought this as a beach read, and it served it's purpose. It's a forgettable story and even though it's been less than two weeks since I finished, I had to look up the character's names.
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