Something Borrowed : Something Borrowed/Something Blue

  • by Emily Giffin
  • Narrated by Jennifer Wiltsie
  • Series: Something Borrowed/Something Blue
  • 10 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rachel has always been a good girl--until her 30th birthday, when her best friend Darcy throws her a party. That night, after too many drinks, Rachel ends up in bed with Darcy's fiancé Dex. Rachel is horrified to discover that she has genuine feelings for Dex. She prays for fate to intervene, but when she makes a choice she discovers that the lines between right and wrong are blurry, endings aren't always neat, and you have to risk all to win true happiness.

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Ugh...

This story just left me feeling cold. The characters and story were well written but I was looking for something a little more "feel good" and this wasn't it.
A romance based on cheating is a hard sell anyway and it's hard to stand up for the protagonist when she isn't taking responsibility for her actions and is constantly rationalizing them by pointing out what a jerk her friend is.
The friend is selfish, so it was disgruntling to find myself feeling bad for her. The boyfriend was weak and I couldn't get on board for someone so spineless, and Rachel, the lead, just seemed to be trying to show how much more she deserved the guy.
This stuff happens in real life. The story is a much more realistic version than what I wanted it to be but, in real life, I avoid these people.
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- Aimee

Love, friendship, betrayal and guilt

Thoroughly enjoyed the entertaining story --- I actually looked forward to my hour-long commute so I could listen to it. On top of that, the reader, Jennifer Wiltsie, was terrific --- great job with all the voices.

I'm looking forward to the sequel, Something Blue, but just wish I could find the unabridged version so I can listen to the entire story.
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- Annie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-29-2009
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio