By: Rainbow Rowell
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Lincoln still lives with his mom, and though she is an amazing cook, he’s a grown adult, so he figures it’s high time he started taking care of himself by getting a job.
But the job offered to Lincoln is unlike anything he expected—as an “internet security officer” he’ll be expected to read everyone’s emails in an office building.
When Lincoln starts checking two co-workers’ emails to each other, Beth and Jennifer, he can’t stop reading. Their emails are silly, personal, and absolutely hilarious. Lincoln also thinks he might be falling a little bit in love with Beth, which is a big problem, because he’s never even met her. . . .
Attachments is told in alternating chapters: Lincoln’s point of view, and Beth and Jennifer’s emails he reads.
• Profanity (including the F-word)
• References to homosexuality
• Making out
• References to sex
• Reference to porn
• Computer hacking
• Drinking and smoking
• Reference to drugs
Attachments is a very cutesy adult chick-lit novel, although the romance is not the most realistic. It can be read by young adult readers, too, though there is quite a bit of language in it.