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Something Blue: A Novel by Emily Giffin. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Read "Something Blue A Novel" by Emily Giffin available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. From the New York Times. From the New York Times bestselling author of Something Borrowed comes a Blue. Darcy & Rachel Series, Book 2 · Darcy & Rachel. by Emily Giffin. ebook.

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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Giffin's sophomore effort-which tells the story that her bestselling Something Borrowed did from a different. Editorial Reviews. Review. Product Description. The smash-hit debut novel for every woman who has ever had a complicated love-hate friendship. eBooks are not transferable. They cannot be Emily Giffin - Something blue Font file:///C:/DOCUME~1/Admin/LOCALS~1/Temp/Rar$EX/Emi Font Color.

Despite all this, it was such a fun, inspiring and humorous read. Predictable but satisfying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Amanda from Good summer read Read Something Borrowed first before reading this, and then get into this one.

Such a fun read and hard to put down. I really like her writing style. Wonderfully written, keeps you engrossed in the story, and characters are great. Great book to read on vacation Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by juniper from Ok Not as good as something borrowed. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Braedyn from Great Read! Now it's Darcy's turn to be the reader's favourite - a book of life lessons, growing pains and early parenthood.

A good book to curl up with! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Amy from Lovely light hearted read Great, easy, lighthearted read! Love Giffin's books when I'm not looking to read anything too serious. Have lent to many friends and they have loved them Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Jenifer from Fun, easy read I really enjoyed this book as much as the first one. I found it to be a fun, easy read in the evening after work and while relaxing by the pool. The author is a captivating writer and lets you get attached to the characters quickly, it was nice to read this sequel.

I loved how Darcy looses everything at her own fault and has to rebuild herself from the ground up. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Mitsou from Enjoyable I liked how the heroine picked herself up, learned a few lessons and eventually found love. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Elizabeth from Tugged on My Heartstrings This book really grew on me and in the end, tugged on my heartstrings quite a bit. I wasn't nuts about this book for quite some time because while I really enjoyed Darcy as a secondary character in Something Borrowed, I didn't really want to read an entire novel from her point of view because she was really pretty intolerable.

As well, I sort of liked the materialism in book one. I wanted a scandalous beach read about pretty girls in the Hamptons who stole each others fiancees. I hoped that this would sort of be the same thing but it wasn't. It was about a really irritating person's fabulous life falling apart in rainy old England. A New Hope. The Nightingale. Kristin Hannah. Beautiful Day.

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Something Borrowed

Report as inappropriate. Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin is an excellent book! I ended up purchasing the rest of her books. While both of them were romantically involved with others we can see how the affection and feelings between them are always present. This is a book which analyzes feelings, realities of life and life itself.

I guess we needed to see how Darcy was at the beginning to fully comprehend everything it took her to change and become the woman she was always meant to be. Although more than anything I just adored to see how important the support of a real friend can be. I do admit the first half of it was a bit slow. It took me some time to warm with Darcy.

I kinda hated her at the beginning. Although that feeling was what made me love her so much at the end, as seeing her being such an ungrateful and spoiled person made possible for me to really appreciate the changes she went through. Really this book was just so sweet and both characters went through so much together, I loved how they were always there for each other.

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I'm someone who doesn't like chick-lit much and who hates cheesy and corny more than anything but this book is so much better than that, It's realistic and gives us so much to learn. I definitely recommend it. I do believe necessary to watch the movie or reading book 1 before reading this book, I know it wouldn't have been the same if I hadn't.

View all 15 comments. Jul 28, Amy rated it liked it Recommends it for: Okay, so I hated that this book focused on Darcy and not Rachel. I left Something Borrowed really hating that character. The plot was fairly predictable--you knew she was seeking redemption in the novel as well as with the reader, and the ending was equally predictable. I loved the focus on Ethan as he was one of my favorite characters from Something Borrowed.

I was completely resistant to the movement as I knew where this was going, and I simply did Okay, so I hated that this book focused on Darcy and not Rachel. I was completely resistant to the movement as I knew where this was going, and I simply did not want it to go there.

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Griffin achieves her goal by making the reader, resistantly, start to at least like Darcy a little more. And, I will willfully admit, I was tearing up during the Epilogue. I'd still like to see a novel that returned the focus to Rachel, but I know why the author went the route she did. It was simply too easy. By making Darcy the very hated but ultimate hero of the second book Griffin takes a resistant reader and makes her unwilling to put the book down. I finished these two novels in 1.

View all 17 comments. Jun 18, Amanda rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Something Blue is the follow-up to Something Borrowed.

This story is from Darcy's point of view. I loved this book and it is a very quick read. I felt that she was finally getting what she deserved when everything started to go down hill for her. Part of me even started to feel sorry for her at her lowest points. What I liked in this book, is that Ethan, her childhood friend, finally pointed out Something Blue is the follow-up to Something Borrowed.

What I liked in this book, is that Ethan, her childhood friend, finally pointed out to her what type of a person she really is. No one had ever done this to her and his words really hit home. Darcy decided to change herself for the better. This book follows Darcy through her pregnancy and journey to be a better person. I felt proud of her as the book ended to see what she had done with her life and how much she had changed for the better.

View all 4 comments. I was blown away by this book. If you hate the main character when you start reading, don't worry, you're supposed to!!!! But, keep reading because the story is incredible and you will learn to root for Darcy Rhone whether you like it or not! Fantastic read!!! Be sure to read "Something Borrowed" first or this book will not make as much sense Spoiler Alert: Some of the other reviews I have read of this book are very cynical regarding Darcy's transformation Everyone in Darcy's life had always catered to her every whim because of her physical beauty.

She had always gotten exactly what she wanted and never had to think about the consequences of her behavior. However, after everything that takes place in Something Borrowed, in addition to her relationship with Marcus, dismissal of Claire and her mother, she is forced to reevaluate her behavior when Ethan finally sets her straight.

She has no one to depend on and Ethan sees through her crap! He forces her to look at life differently and to realize that she was not the victim in everything that happened Maybe I am just not as cynical as other readers, but I truly believe that this type of transformation is possible given the circumstances of Darcy's story.

Apr 27, Ann rated it it was ok Shelves: It was on ok read, but there's no way I believe that selfish, spoiled, self-centered Darcy would change after one wakeup call argument with Ethan.

Darcy seemed to want Ethan to love her and when that's not enough she needs her Doctor to fall for her, then when he wants her she decided she loved Ethan. Wayyyy too unbelievable. And I wasn't overly happy with sweet Ethan either. He's certainly had Darcy all f 2nd half of Rachel and Darcy's story. He's certainly had Darcy all figured out and gives Rachel his version of Darcy as a friend in the first bk Something Borrowed , then Darcy shows up at his doorstep in this bk and they become best pals.

That development would have never happened if Darcy hadn't been so needy. Seemed like the only pull selfish Darcy had on Ethan was that he got screwed over by Brandi and missed out on being the dad he thought he was going to be so Darcy's handy and needy and he can be those babies daddy. Felt like Ethan and Darcy settled Also was surprised that Darcy who was supposed to have had this big epiphany that changed her can't make the first step to forgive Rachel and extend the olive branch.

It had to be Rachel. Was glad Dex stood strong on his cool towards Darcy. Rachel was just too nice and Darcy a huge bitch. Something Borrowed —bk 1 wasn't neat and tidy but an enjoyable read. A reality but almost like a car wreck you can't help but stop and look at. I was riveted as to how it would all end.

Although they felt a little guilt you were left with Rachel and Dex very happy with their outcome and you wanted the best for them. True love the hard way. Something Blue got all tied up in an unbelievable pretty bow. No thanks.

View all 3 comments. Aug 12, Aj the Ravenous Reader rated it liked it. Premise is way better than the first book.

May 04, Anne rated it really liked it Shelves: Loved it! This book is about Darcy, the self-centered friend from Something Borrowed. One of the main reasons I liked this book better, was that Darcy seemed like more of a real person than Rachael the main character in S B did. Darcy had always led a charmed life. She learned young that because she was usually the most beautiful girl in the room, it often afforded her a certain amount of power 4. She learned young that because she was usually the most beautiful girl in the room, it often afforded her a certain amount of power over everyone else.

However, she always thought that she was fairly benevolent with that power. And, honestly, Darcy was never evil. Self-centered, materialistic, and unthoughtful, yes To her, this meant that she deserved all of the good thing that came her way.

Why shouldn't she always get what she wanted? So it came as quite a shock to her when she found out that her perfect fiancee had fallen in love with her plain-Jane best friend. Never mind that she was cheating, too. Never mind that she was planning on breaking it off with him, as well. Never mind that she was pregnant by one of the groomsmen. Darcy had always secretly competed with Rachael, but this was the first time she ever lost.

And because of her subsequent behavior, she loses everything else.

This is a story about someone who has to take a hard look at themselves, and ends up discovering who they really are. More importantly though, who they really want to be. I think almost everyone can relate to this story. No, not everything , obviously, but I think most of us have been like Darcy at one point in our lives.

We all think that we're the good guy in our story, until something happens that knocks us down a peg or two. And once you take a good hard look at what happened to land you in that position, you tend to discover that, well So, maybe that's why I thought Darcy seemed real. I can relate to that. Feb 14, Kelli rated it really liked it. This is the follow-up to Something Borrowed told from the perspective of the best friend Darcy. In the first book, we meet Darcy and learn that she is the beautiful best friend who has everything handed to her on a silver platter.

After her plain-jane best friend, Rachel, steals her perfect fiance in the first book, you feel like Darcy got a good dose of karma. She did, after all, cheat on her fiance too and ended up pregnant while still engaged. I almost didn't want to read this story, simply b This is the follow-up to Something Borrowed told from the perspective of the best friend Darcy.

I almost didn't want to read this story, simply because it was from Darcy's perspective. However, I really liked this book much better than the first. I found myself really rooting for her. And you also come to realize that not everything is as it seems for Darcy.

She may be the beautiful girl who seems to get everything she wants, but she is extremely self-conscious despite being so judgemental of others. She does learn the error of her ways and really tries to turn her life around, now that she is pregnant and alone for the first time in her life. The ending left me very satisfied and surprisingly, left me crying happy tears for Darcy.

View 1 comment. Feb 05, Judy rated it did not like it. I was looking forward to reading this book. I had just finished an excellent book and was ready to start another.

Boy was I in for a shock! This book was bad. It was actually a chore to keep reading, but I hate to leave a book unfinished. My husband was actually hiding the book around the apartment so that I wouldn't have to read any more of it. This book is chick-lit at it's poorest. The main character was flat and the plot was ludicrous. If you want to read some GOOD chick-lit please do yoursel I was looking forward to reading this book. Don't waste your time on this fluff. Feb 26, Love Fool rated it it was amazing.

Emily Giffin did it again! She made me love a character I thought I was going to hate I actually didn't like Darcy in Something Borrowed but in this book loved her. And, I love how she grew as a decent human being and fell in love with someone I did not expect Take my advice, instead of watching a TV show marathon or getting stupid drunk this weekend read these two books Something Borrowed and Something Blue.

You will want to send me flowers as a thank you for my advice I prefe Emily Giffin did it again! You will want to send me flowers as a thank you for my advice I prefer some colorful flowers, thanks. Oct 07, Tori Hoeschler rated it liked it. But Giffin does such a perfect job of creating the quintessential character everyone loves to hate Darcy in the first book, that my cup of loathing runneth over upon starting the second book and no matter how much Darcy grew up, I still wanted her to end up deformed and talking with a keyboard a la Stephen Hawking.

But like I said, this is chick lit so obviously this does not happen. Dec 23, Liz rated it it was ok Shelves: Not as good as "Something Borrowed", but an OK book. It seemed unrealistic how quickly the main character flips from being completely self-centered to a giving and ready mother.

The small dramas in "Something Borrowed" were petty and common, but they were also heartbreaking. In this book, the drama is petty and less interesting. For example, Darcy realizes after a hundred pages that she needs to stop drinking cocktails because it could hurt her unborn child. It took 5 months into her pregnancy to figure that out? At its core, "Something Blue" is a redemption story, but I was only really interested when characters from "Something Borrowed" were weaved into the plot.Excellent love it I hope the same characters are in baby proof but I read some of it n I don't think so damn it its getting reallllly good Thanks Emily G.

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