"Hi, I'm the guy who reads your e-mail, and also, I love you . . . " Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder know that somebody is monitoring their work e-mail. (Everybody in the newsroom knows. It's company policy.) But they can't quite bring themselves to take it seriously. They go on... show more
"Hi, I'm the guy who reads your e-mail, and also, I love you . . . " Beth Fremont and Jennifer Scribner-Snyder know that somebody is monitoring their work e-mail. (Everybody in the newsroom knows. It's company policy.) But they can't quite bring themselves to take it seriously. They go on sending each other endless and endlessly hilarious e-mails, discussing every aspect of their personal lives.Meanwhile, Lincoln O'Neill can't believe this is his job now- reading other people's e-mail. When he applied to be "internet security officer," he pictured himself building firewalls and crushing hackers- not writing up a report every time a sports reporter forwards a dirty joke.When Lincoln comes across Beth's and Jennifer's messages, he knows he should turn them in. But he can't help being entertained-and captivated-by their stories.By the time Lincoln realizes he's falling for Beth, it's way too late to introduce himself.What would he say . . . ?
Publish date: March 27th 2012
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
As someone who enjoyed "Eleanor & Park" as well as "Landline" I was disappointed with this one. The female lead (Beth) who we only get to know through emails comes across quite well. I just didn't care for the male lead (Lincoln) at all. I initially thought well this is an interesting premise, but t...
I'm calling it at 43%. I just don't have it in me to finish....cocks head to the side, squints, reconsiders...Nope. Nope. It wasn't unpleasant. It just wasn't that pleasant either. It wasn't much of anything. 2+ weeks is too long for a romance. I obviously don't want to finish.
Here's where so many rom-coms go so wrong: they try to pretend that something is cute and romantic that in real life would be disturbing as hell. The guy who has to monitor internet usage gradually pays more and more attention to the the email conversation between two women. And he starts falling in...
4 stars I usually shy away from authors that get a lot of buzz (John Green, Rainbow Rowell, etc.) because I often feel they're overrated. I have already tried reading one of Rainbow Rowell's books- Eleanor and Park and I couldn't get into it, but Attachments was on my TBR, and I've heard lots of g...