The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05 PDF/EPUB

The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05 PDF/EPUB



10 thoughts on “The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05

  1. Sara Sara says:

    This was a really cute novella Those who've enjoyed the author's first two novels Something Borrowed and Something Blue are the target audience as this is Darcy's diary while she and Rachel are in high school Darcy's as self involved as you'd expect but she's somehow uite endearing making mistakes that she later regrets and caring about her friends despite all the times they drive her crazyThe author nails Darcy's voice perfectly and I loved the way she changed throughout the pages as well as all the ways in which she stayed the same especially when it came to boys Since Darcy's one of the main characters in the aforementioned novels you already know she's not going to suddenly become a better person and some of her decisions in here are already known Still she's charming enough that you continually care what happens to her and root for her throughout I really enjoyed this short insight into Darcy's high school mind and it was easy to view her as a friend I wish the story had been longer but the end noted that it was to be continued so I'm hoping that perhaps there will be a seuel that continues to detail Darcy and Rachel's friendship before we were originally introduced to them in Something Borrowed Reading this reminded me just how much I enjoyed those novels; I may have to reread them one of these days If you enjoyed them this is something you should definitely read


  2. Laura Laura says:

    Check out my site for an indepth review wwwsimplylowcountryblogspotcomI downloaded this from iBooks on my iPhone and figured I would read it because Something Borrowed and Something Blue were my favorite Emily Giffin books Very short read finished in about an hour It's Darcy's diary from freshmen year through senior year Doesn't tell us too much we didn't already know but it was good Says to be continues at the end So maybe is coming?


  3. Ana Ana says:

    I'm a huge fan of Emily Giffin so it came naturally that I liked this story Too bad it's so short though Darcy isoh well same old Darcy the one that has to have it all perfect It was nice to see what she was up to in High School guys she dated the friendship with Rachel who was even back than super smart and protective I don't know how Emily Giffin does it but I swear to God I just can't hate Darcy I just can't Yes she's shallow and she's probably everything I used to hate about girls when I was in high School The Drama ueens but it's all Emily's fault Even a snob like Darcy managed to get under my skinThough I really enjoyed it and it's such a short read you might finish in less than an hour I just couldn't give it than 3 stars Looking forward to reading Where We Belong and hope I'll love it as much as I loved Something borrowed and Something blue


  4. catherine ♡ catherine ♡ says:

    Ugh I knew this would be annoying and unnecessary and indeed it was one of the most stupid things I've ever read It does give a little background about why Darcy is the way she is which is why I decided to bump it up to two stars


  5. Lyndsay Lyndsay says:

    The Diary of Darcy J Rhone is a cute preuel to Emily Giffin's Something Borrowed and Something Blue There isn't much new information revealed However the first person diary format of a teenaged Darcy does provide a little insight into why 29 soon to be 30 year old Darcy is who she is It's a uick read and anyone who enjoyed the saga of Rachel and Darcy in Giffin's first two novels would most definitely get a little enjoyment out of this eBook freebie


  6. Rachel Jaffe Rachel Jaffe says:

    I've read Something Borrowed and Something Blue both of which I enjoyed in a chick lit sort of way So when I saw this preuel as a Kindle freebie I figured why not?and that's about how it turned out a why not? read It was light and readable It probably wouldn't be that interesting to someone who hadn't read at least one of the other books with these charactersNo reason not to read it but also not a lot of reasons to read it


  7. Brenda Brenda says:

    what the heck? This was awful She's so so SO annoying Well she's a child soThank god it was short


  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Darcy is a two She doesn't have uite enough wit to make up for being so shallow However Kate Hudson who plays her in the movie is a 5so I settled on a 3


  9. Deanna Deanna says:

    Free Kindle Download Thank you for thatBut I must sayugh I forgot how much I hated annoying Darcy until I started reading this I started this all excited but as I read onagain ugh I LOVED Something Borrowed and honestly didn't like Something Blue except when Dex and Rachel were involved and sometimes Ethan Darcy was a character I just could not get into Also this ends right at the part where it would have gotten good Who doesn't want to know exactly what she was thinking when Rachel told her about Dex the first time after she met Dex the first time after she went out with Dex the first time??? My only condolence is that it didn't End it said To Be Continued I HOPE SOA nice bonus though was an excerpt from Giffin's next book Where We Belong Looks good I'm in


  10. Tammy DeStefano Tammy DeStefano says:

    I love Emily Griffin's work and this was a nice uick read It could easily be expanded and turned into another novel as Darcy and Rachel are an enjoyable duo My one complaint was the location I understand this is fiction but being from the area I was confused It's suppose to be set in Naperville Indiana yet everything describes Naperville IL a real town From the high school rivals Portillo's Hot Dogs which aren't available in IN the Ogden 6 movie theater and even the call to Monica used Illinois Department of Health not Indiana Department of Health My pet peeve is when fiction authors use real towns but have incorrect facts such as the STATE I normally wouldn't know this but when it's an area you know well it can be uite distracting


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The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05 [BOOKS] ⚦ The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05 By Emily Giffin – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In anticipation of her new novel Where We Belong bestselling author Emily Giffin is releasing as an all new bonus The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Filled with high school adventures of the beloved Darcy and In anticipation of her of Darcy MOBI õ new novel Where We Belong bestselling author Emily Giffin is releasing as an all new bonus The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Filled with high school adventures of the beloved Darcy and Rachel from Something Borrowed and Something Blue it gives readers a window The Diary PDF \ into their lives before college law school and DexAlso in this e exclusive is a sneak peek into the most anticipated novel of the summer Where We Belong—an unforgettable story of one powerful secret its effect on two families and the life altering journey that follows.

10 thoughts on “The Diary of Darcy J Rhone Darcy Rachel # 05

  1. Sara Sara says:

    This was a really cute novella Those who've enjoyed the author's first two novels Something Borrowed and Something Blue are the target audience as this is Darcy's diary while she and Rachel are in high school Darcy's as self involved as you'd expect but she's somehow uite endearing making mistakes that she later regrets and caring about her friends despite all the times they drive her crazyThe author nails Darcy's voice perfectly and I loved the way she changed throughout the pages as well as all the ways in which she stayed the same especially when it came to boys Since Darcy's one of the main characters in the aforementioned novels you already know she's not going to suddenly become a better person and some of her decisions in here are already known Still she's charming enough that you continually care what happens to her and root for her throughout I really enjoyed this short insight into Darcy's high school mind and it was easy to view her as a friend I wish the story had been longer but the end noted that it was to be continued so I'm hoping that perhaps there will be a seuel that continues to detail Darcy and Rachel's friendship before we were originally introduced to them in Something Borrowed Reading this reminded me just how much I enjoyed those novels; I may have to reread them one of these days If you enjoyed them this is something you should definitely read

  2. Laura Laura says:

    Check out my site for an indepth review wwwsimplylowcountryblogspotcomI downloaded this from iBooks on my iPhone and figured I would read it because Something Borrowed and Something Blue were my favorite Emily Giffin books Very short read finished in about an hour It's Darcy's diary from freshmen year through senior year Doesn't tell us too much we didn't already know but it was good Says to be continues at the end So maybe is coming?

  3. Ana Ana says:

    I'm a huge fan of Emily Giffin so it came naturally that I liked this story Too bad it's so short though Darcy isoh well same old Darcy the one that has to have it all perfect It was nice to see what she was up to in High School guys she dated the friendship with Rachel who was even back than super smart and protective I don't know how Emily Giffin does it but I swear to God I just can't hate Darcy I just can't Yes she's shallow and she's probably everything I used to hate about girls when I was in high School The Drama ueens but it's all Emily's fault Even a snob like Darcy managed to get under my skinThough I really enjoyed it and it's such a short read you might finish in less than an hour I just couldn't give it than 3 stars Looking forward to reading Where We Belong and hope I'll love it as much as I loved Something borrowed and Something blue

  4. catherine ♡ catherine ♡ says:

    Ugh I knew this would be annoying and unnecessary and indeed it was one of the most stupid things I've ever read It does give a little background about why Darcy is the way she is which is why I decided to bump it up to two stars

  5. Lyndsay Lyndsay says:

    The Diary of Darcy J Rhone is a cute preuel to Emily Giffin's Something Borrowed and Something Blue There isn't much new information revealed However the first person diary format of a teenaged Darcy does provide a little insight into why 29 soon to be 30 year old Darcy is who she is It's a uick read and anyone who enjoyed the saga of Rachel and Darcy in Giffin's first two novels would most definitely get a little enjoyment out of this eBook freebie

  6. Rachel Jaffe Rachel Jaffe says:

    I've read Something Borrowed and Something Blue both of which I enjoyed in a chick lit sort of way So when I saw this preuel as a Kindle freebie I figured why not?and that's about how it turned out a why not? read It was light and readable It probably wouldn't be that interesting to someone who hadn't read at least one of the other books with these charactersNo reason not to read it but also not a lot of reasons to read it

  7. Brenda Brenda says:

    what the heck? This was awful She's so so SO annoying Well she's a child soThank god it was short

  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Darcy is a two She doesn't have uite enough wit to make up for being so shallow However Kate Hudson who plays her in the movie is a 5so I settled on a 3

  9. Deanna Deanna says:

    Free Kindle Download Thank you for thatBut I must sayugh I forgot how much I hated annoying Darcy until I started reading this I started this all excited but as I read onagain ugh I LOVED Something Borrowed and honestly didn't like Something Blue except when Dex and Rachel were involved and sometimes Ethan Darcy was a character I just could not get into Also this ends right at the part where it would have gotten good Who doesn't want to know exactly what she was thinking when Rachel told her about Dex the first time after she met Dex the first time after she went out with Dex the first time??? My only condolence is that it didn't End it said To Be Continued I HOPE SOA nice bonus though was an excerpt from Giffin's next book Where We Belong Looks good I'm in

  10. Tammy DeStefano Tammy DeStefano says:

    I love Emily Griffin's work and this was a nice uick read It could easily be expanded and turned into another novel as Darcy and Rachel are an enjoyable duo My one complaint was the location I understand this is fiction but being from the area I was confused It's suppose to be set in Naperville Indiana yet everything describes Naperville IL a real town From the high school rivals Portillo's Hot Dogs which aren't available in IN the Ogden 6 movie theater and even the call to Monica used Illinois Department of Health not Indiana Department of Health My pet peeve is when fiction authors use real towns but have incorrect facts such as the STATE I normally wouldn't know this but when it's an area you know well it can be uite distracting

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