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on August 4, 2005
This is the sequel to "Something Borrowed"... read that one first. If you liked it, then I would recommend this book. It's written in the same style and with the same flair and exuberance.
I started reading, prepared to dislike Darcy. However, Emily Griffin successfully narrates her character's journey of growth in a entertaining way which wins you over to the Darcy's plight. It was definitely a predictable (and not too realisitic) story but I still had fun along the way. Actually, I ended up liking this book better than something borrowed because it was less about guilt and more about growth.
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on February 11, 2009
This was written in the same format as something borrowed and i loved something borrowed. So i was so excited to read something blue, but i was wrong. I Strongly dislike characters like Darcy, shes annoying, repetitive, controlling, and always wants her way, and some what bitchy (pardon my french) And i really dont like how the story ended, it completely screws everything ethan says in the first book.

**Spolier**

Ethan can do so much more better, and Darcy isnt one of them...
I pretty much hated the book, and i couldnt really see a realistic maturity growth in Darcy...
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on August 4, 2005
This is the sequel to "Something Borrowed"... read that one first. If you liked it, then I would recommend this book. It's written in the same style and with the same flair and exuberance.
I started reading, prepared to dislike Darcy. However, Emily Giffin successfully narrates her character's journey of growth in a entertaining way which wins you over to the Darcy's plight. It was definitely a predictable (and not too realisitic) story but I still had fun along the way. Actually, I ended up liking this book better than something borrowed because it was less about guilt and more about growth.
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