Audiobook of the month: Something Borrowed
Romantic comedy is a staple of America literature and film, and Emily Giffin’s Something Borrowed spins the yarn of star crossed lovers and the lies they tell to keep the truth, their friends and commitments at arm’s length.
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 try happiness.
And, if you haven’t yet taken advantage of Audible’s free trial offer, you can get either Something Borrowed for free — cancel at any time and keep the book. Or, if you prefer, get Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs for free.
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