The author of several blockbuster novels, Emily Giffin’s Where We Belong delivers an unforgettable story of two women, the families that make them who they. Where We Belong is a New York Times bestselling chick-lit novel by Emily Giffin. The novel was released by St. Martin’s Press on July 24, Where We . The author of several blockbuster novels, Emily Giffin’s Where We Belong delivers an unforgettable story of two women, the families that make.

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Such a disappointment to a book i was SO looking forward to I’d seen emily giffin’s books are bestsellers.

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View all 13 comments. Marian has worked hard for her successful, composed life and seems to have it all. No doubt about it, this was a book all about adoption. I find myself glued to my Kindle and forgetting everything else around me.

To ask other readers questions about Where We Belongplease sign up. I am the reader who loves the happy ever after.

This sounds like another wonderful story that I should also read. The hopeless romantic in me always wants a happy ending. That being said, Where I Belong was a rather contrived, simplisitic story. Giffin’s views on adoption are entirely cliche’ and have no real bearing emiily true adoptions. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book by Emily Giffin and I have no idea why!

Our main character, Kirby, has an adoptive family that of course! I love Emily Giffin so much and this book was great!!


After practicing litigation at a Manhattan firm for several years, she moved to London emly write full time. St Louis Post Dispatch. I don’t think I’ve ever said about a book from start to finish but I swear this book was it!

But then there were other characters that showed real love. Dec 28, Brandice rated it really liked it.

Where We Belong by Emily Giffin

Louis, and honestly, I don’t know giffln about Chaminade to know if those guys would date a girl from DuBourg. I kept hunting for jokes that weren’t there.

I like knowing instead of speculating.

I really liked Where We Belonga story in which Marian must face long buried feelings about a tough decision she made years ago, while Kirby, a high bekong senior, deals with addressing deep questions about her true identity.

Can we just go back to a time when we could all play nicely in the sandbox together? She doesn’t take the easy route, she whee things realistic to true life. I couldn’t put it down, honestly, except when I passed out to sleep with the book in my hands because I was exhausted but wanted to keep reading. Yet again, nothing original here and I agree with the bleong who said a more satisfying ending was definitely needed. Emily Giffin, you’ve done better, and I think you can again.

I highly recommend this one. Pages to import images to Wikidata. This recently occurred after purchasing Ms. Anmol Ahuja Ben and Claudia were Marian’s friends belon are first introduced at the dinner which she and Peter are supposed to attend, but she ends up going alone. Giffin pulls it off very nicely.

‘Where We Belong’ by Emily Giffin

It’s clear that Marian doesn’t know what to do when the baby she gave up for adoption shows up at her door 18 years later. Thank you for signing up! She doesn’t do drugs or party, but she doesn’t apply herself in school even though she could ace most classes if she wanted to, brlong she rebels against her parents’ offer to pay to send her to college because she’s not sure gifdin she wants to do in life and she doesn’t know if college will help her decide that.


I had read Something Borrowed a few years ago, and remembered liking it. The moral side of the story is appalling, the characters are flat, the class-divide is stereotyping and shallow, the men are all strong and reassuring, the girls all die for a good dress, with the supposedly rebel girl who acknowledges that deep d This is the most appalling book I have read in a long time.

Marian always thought that she was living the life she wanted, with no true regrets. I’m not sure how I feel about this book, though. I really enjoyed seeing them get to know each other and develop a relationship. Retrieved from ” https: Given my dissatisfaction with a lot if it, I ended up dropping it back to 2 and a half stars.

Such a great storyline and characters you can’t help but love. She has a talent for expressing emotions, and making the reader feel the way the characters do.