Emily Giffin
The One & Only

The One & Only

Cosmopolitan recommends The One and Only "To fill your Friday Night Lights void: A tale of die-hard love in a diehard Texas football town from the bestselling author of Something Borrowed."

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First Comes Love

First Comes Love

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I haven't read a Giffin book since 2005's Something Blue, but I plan on reading this one in the coming months. By the pool, of course. Her latest novels tells the story of two sisters whose lives couldn't be more different who find themselves at a crossroads, against the backdrop of the rapidly approaching anniversary of a family tragedy. It sounds rather grim, but early reviews use words like "witty" and "dazzling." Publication date June 28 2016.

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Where We Belong

Where We Belong

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From Entertainment Weekly: "In another surefire hit, [Giffin] serves up pathos, humor, and one doozy of a twist."

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Something Blue
Love the One You’re With

Love the One You’re With

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From People: "Giffin's talent lies in taking relatable situations and injecting with enough wit and suspense to make them feel fresh. The cat-and-mouse game between Ellen and Leo lights up these pages, their flirtation as dangerously addictive as a high-speed car chase. The ending isn't explosive, but what Ellen learns is quietly thrilling: Sometimes, you have to do whatever it takes to be with the one you love." Add Audible narration for $11.49.

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Something Borrowed: A Novel

Something Borrowed: A Novel

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Like so many readers, this was my first Emily Giffin novel. It's a good place to start. From Booklist: "Chick lit is already a crowded genre, but Giffin's compelling debut truly stands out. It is as much about the meaning and value of friendship as it is about love, and it takes some risky chances that pay off."

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All We Ever Wanted

All We Ever Wanted

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The story opens with a too-familiar occurence: a boy takes a racy photo of an intoxicated girl and shares it with his buddies who share it with theirs. The girl, Lyla, is a scholarship student who struggles to fit in at Nashville's most prestigious prep school; the popular boy, Finch, belongs to one of the city's most prominent families—and he claims it's not his fault. Finch's mom wants him to become a man of character, and resolves to find out what really happened. But Finch's dad is concerned about "more important" things—like making sure Princeton doesn't revoke Finch's acceptance. The scandal forces the characters to rethink who they really want to be, and what kind of lives they truly want to live. Both fast-paced and thoughtful.

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