Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)

Following the smash-hit Something Borrowed comes story of betrayal, redemption, and forgivenessDarcy Rhone has always been able to rely on a few things: Her beauty and charm.Her fiance, Dex. Her lifelong best friend, Rachel.She never needed anything else.Or so she thinks until Dex calls off their dream wedding and she uncovers the ultimate betrayal. Blaming everyone but herself, Darcy flees to London and attempts to re-create her glamorous life on a new continent. But to her dismay, she discovers that her tried-and-true tricks no longer applyand that her luck has finally expired. It is only then that she can begin her journey toward redemption, forgiveness, and true love...


Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2) Reviews

Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Barbara Folk

OK, let me start off with saying I liked it. I finished reading it and I didn't hate Darcy.

Here's the thing: The ending was perfect. It was sweet, sentimental and delightful. As a regular reader of romantic fiction, it was great.

But I don't think the setup is real. The Darcy from Something Borrowed, the Darcy that starts this book would not have been so affected by Ethan's "take down" which was really a gentle conversation. Maybe she really was altered by being dumped twice in such a short peri
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Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Eva Nickelson

So, even though I didn't love Something Borrowed, the ending was so sudden, I felt compelled to finish the story by reading Something Blue. I have to admit that I hate drama queens in real life, and Darcy is all about creating drama in her life. For the first portion of the book, I focused on how, as a character, Darcy was exactly as I remembered her from before. She was obsessed with figuring out how someone could not love her the most, and destructive in her competitiveness. After a very well ...more

Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Obsidian

Honestly, I didn't like this one much more than "Something Borrowed", but due to the ending (which I had a hard time believing) I still gave it three stars because I think that the main character in this one (Darcy) was more honest about her crap than her ex-best friend Rachel. I did spend about 60 percent of the book disliking Darcy though. And I still found it farfetched that Darcy would go to England and just push herself on Ethan (introduced in the last book). And when Ethan did his reading ...more

Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Angele Melanson

I really liked Something Blue!! I would have given it a 4,5 if I had the option. It is the sequel to Something Borrowed, which I truly enjoyed reading as well. I was expecting this sequel be about Darcy and Rachel's relationship but in Darcy's voice. Although their relationship is developed in this book it is not the main focus. 

    

This story focuses more on Darcy's feelings and emotions.  I was ready to hate Darcy because she is so shallow and superficial, but to my surprise I loved her!! Sure
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Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Judy

I was looking forward to reading this book. I had just finished an excellent book and was ready to start another. Boy was I in for a shock! This book was bad. It was actually a chore to keep reading, but I hate to leave a book unfinished. My husband was actually hiding the book around the apartment so that I wouldn't have to read any more of it. This book is chick-lit at it's poorest. The main character was flat and the plot was ludicrous.

If you want to read some GOOD chick-lit please do yoursel
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Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Amanda

Something Blue is the follow-up to Something Borrowed. This story is from Darcy's point of view. I loved this book and it is a very quick read. I have to admit I hated Darcy in Something Borrowed and even did at the beginning of Something Blue. I felt that she was finally getting what she deserved when everything started to go down hill for her. Part of me even started to feel sorry for her at her lowest points.

What I liked in this book, is that Ethan, her childhood friend, finally pointed out
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Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
☼♎ Carmen the Bootyshaker Temptress ☼♎

So glad that Darcy learned what was important.

Something Blue (Darcy & Rachel #2)
Kassie

I almost didn't read this book when I realized that it was going to be from Darcy's perspective. That would have been a huge mistake! At the of Something Borrowed I could not stand Darcy's character so I couldn't bear the thought of reading a whole book about her, I continued to have that feeling as I started reading this book. Then suddenly you get these glimps of a good person and you feel yourself actually feeling sorry for her and then before you know it you are cheering for her! This was an ...more