Attachments (novel)

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AuthorRainbow Rowell
CountryUnited States
Publication date
April 14, 2011
Media typePrint (Hardback), Audiobook

Attachments is the first novel written by Rainbow Rowell, published in 2011. The story follows a man whose job it is to read email correspondence for the employees of his company, to make sure they are in compliance with policy.

In long emails, Beth and Jennifer trade gossip over their romances—Beth with her marriage-phobic boyfriend, Chris, and Jennifer with her baby-mania-stricken husband, Mitch. What they don't know is that the newly hired computer guy, Lincoln O'Neill, an Internet security officer charged with weeding out all things unnecessary or pornographic, is reading their messages. The standard procedure would have been to give them a warning, however lonely Lincoln lets the gals slide on their inappropriate office mail and gets hooked on their soapy dalliances, falling head over heels for the unlucky-in-love Beth.[1]


  1. ^ "Attachments". Rainbow Rowell. Retrieved 2020-11-11.