This is not a genre that I typically jump for but I was in dire need of some serious fluff since I had finished The Book Thief and Rose Under Fire in the same day. Plus, I haven't heard anything other than amazing things about Rainbow Rowell.Attachments was an absolute treat and I really loved it. The chapters alternate between Jennifer and Beth's conversations over e-mail which are written in the form of almost instant messages and then normally written chapters from the point of view of Lincoln. Lincoln was a charming character but Jennifer and Beth were the absolute frosting on the cake. Extremely witty and entertaining, Jennifer and Beth were two girls that I would love to be friends with. Jennifer is married and currently having issues dealing with a husband that wants to start having children while she's still not sure. Beth is in a long-term relationship with a guitarist in an up and coming band and wants to settle down but she doesn't think he'll ever want to. Their conversations were constantly cracking me up. Here's an example of how Jennifer and Beth's chapters appear and a little snippet of the humor.Now that I think about, we've known each other six years, and I've never seen you in a bathing suit. Or a tank top. Not a coincidence, my friend. Iv'e got the arms of a Sicilian grandmother. Arms for picking olives and stirring hearty tomato sauces. Shoulders for carrying buckets of water from the stream to the farmhouse.Has Chris seen your shoulders?He's seen them. But he hasn't seen them. I get it, but I don't get it. No sleeveless negligees. No direct sunlight. Sometimes when I'm getting out of the shower, I shout, "Hey, look, a bobcat!"I bet he falls for that every time. It's Chris. So recreational drugs are a factor.And my favorite, because I'm a total Jennifer.Even construction workers don't whistle at me. That's because you ooze preemptive leave-me-alone death rays.Lincoln was an interesting main character since I can't recall the last Chick-Lit type novel I read that featured a male character. It was a success though. Lincoln is in his late 20's and has just graduated (again) from college and has moved back home to live with his mom. He plays Dungeons & Dragons on the weekend, doesn't like to go out to bars and is terrible at connecting with females. He stumbles upon Jennifer and Beth's emails in the course of his daily job duties and while they were clearly violating the personal email rule he never reported them. Instead, he continued reading about their lives that interested him in a way he couldn't understand. While I was anxious to find out what happens when the two finally do meet, the ending was a bit overly mushy and leaned a bit too much towards 'perfect'. Attachments is a charming and adorable tale of finding love in the least expected ways and a touching story of female friendship.