✓ Love the One You're With ↠´ Download by ê Emily Giffin
✓ Love the One You're With ↠´ Download by ê Emily Giffin The New York Times Bestselling Author Of Something Borrowed, Something Blue, And Baby Proof Delivers Another Captivating Novel About Women And The Choices That Define Them This Is The Story For Anyone Who Has Ever Wondered How Can I Truly Love The One I M With When I Can T Forget The One Who Got Away Ellen And Andy S First Year Of Marriage Doesn T Just Seem Perfect, It Is Perfect There Is No Question How Deep Their Devotion Is, And How Naturally They Bring Out The Best In Each Other But One Fateful Afternoon, Ellen Runs Into Leo For The First Time In Eight Years Leo, The One Who Brought Out The Worst In Her Leo, The One Who Left Her Heartbroken With No Explanation Leo, The One She Could Never Quite Forget When His Reappearance Ignites Long Dormant Emotions, Ellen Begins To Question Whether The Life She S Living Is The One She S Meant To Live Love The One You Re With Is A Powerful Story About One Woman At The Crossroads Of True Love And Real Life
Newlywed Ellen bumps into Leo, her old boyfriend, in the street in New York City on a rainy day Stunned, she goes to a nearby coffee shop to gather herself Leo calls her cell phone and asks where she is, showing up a few moments later They have coffee and she tells him she s married He touches her hand and leaves but Leo doesn t leave Ellen s thoughts, not even when she s with her husband, Andy, the man she loves and adores, the man she married Leo contacts Ellen again with a career making offer to photograph a celebrity in Los Angeles Her sister Suzanne goes with her because Suzanne is a fan and ends up acting as chaperone Leo is writing an article about the celebrity and Ellen is taking the pictures Ellen leaves feeling as though she has dodged a bullet until Leo shows up on the plane sitting I was very disappointed by this book I really liked her other novels and found them to be quick, fun, beach reads that still conjured up some feelings and life lessons I felt nothing with this book except anger towards the main character and sort of annoyed at certain scenarios that were so incredibly far fetched that it made me say Are you kidding me out loud I wasn t rooting for anyone I wasn t happy at the end of the book, or sad that it was over like I was with Something Blue I found the story was lacking substance and that with a different spin, it could have been a much better,believable story And what ex boyfriend waltzes back in to his married ex girlfriend s life 8 years later and thinks that he s good enough for her to leave her marriage even though they ve had zero contact I had a difficult time unders
This book was awful God, it was so awful It isn t even worth a full review and so I will try to summarize it in a few lines.
Ellen I love Andy SO SO SO MUCH Andy I m practically the epitome of a good person, and the author paints me in a way that makes me seem perfect So yay the story should just finish at this point.
Leo glances at ellen Ellen OH MY GOD OH MY GOD SWOON No no no no no I love andy yes yes yes yes yes I love leo.
Andy Let s move to Atlanta Because I want to make you happy Ellen Okay I am going to completely agree to this but then make it out like you forced me to once we get there And then, proving Emily Giffin s inability to characterize, you will suddenly become an anti female dictator with no respect for your work Because characters TOTALLY just f The thing I like about Emily Giffin is that she doesn t talk down to her readers Nor does she assume that everyone who wants to read a light, fun, chick book gives two hoots about what brand of clothing the heroine wears Her books aren t cerebral by any means, but they re smart This is a story about a happily married woman who runs into the One That Got Away The encounter brings up a host of memories and feelings and is the catalyst to a series of events that will leave her wondering if the life she s chosen is the life she was meant to have.
I thought the character of Ellen was written very well So well, in fact, that it makes me wonder if the author has been in this situation or if a close friend of hers has I particularly thought the fact that Ellen had lost her mother at an early ag