Emily Giffin is an American author of contemporary women’s fiction. Her novels are often centered around the themes of love and relationships. Giffin has written several successful books, all of which have become bestsellers. Here is a list of Emily Giffin books in order:
1. Something Borrowed (2004): Something Borrowed tells the story of Rachel, a single lawyer who embarks on a complicated journey of self-discovery when her best friend’s fiancé falls in love with her.
2. Something Blue (2006): Something Blue follows the story of Darcy, a woman whose seemingly perfect life is turned upside down when her best friend’s betrayal reveals long-held secrets.
3. Baby Proof (2008): Baby Proof follows Claudia, a successful young woman who is reluctant to give up her freedom and settle down with a family.
4. Love the One You’re With (2010): Love the One You’re With is a romantic comedy that follows the story of Ellen and her two very different suitors.
5. Heart of the Matter (2012): Heart of the Matter is a heart-wrenching tale of love, loss, and redemption. It follows Tessa, a woman who has to make a difficult decision between her husband and a former lover.
6. Where We Belong (2013): Where We Belong follows the story of Marian Caldwell, a woman whose life is thrown into turmoil when an 18-year-old girl shows up on her doorstep claiming to be her daughter.
7. The One & Only (2014): The One & Only follows the story of Shea Rigsby, a woman whose life is thrown into chaos when her high-school sweetheart returns to town.
8. First Comes Love (2016): First Comes Love follows the story of two estranged sisters, Josie and Meredith, who must reconnect and repair their relationship after the death of their father.
9. All We Ever Wanted (2018): All We Ever Wanted is a gripping story of love, guilt, and redemption. It follows the story of Nina, a single mother, as she navigates a scandal involving her son.
10. All the Ways We Said Goodbye (2020): All the Ways We Said Goodbye is a sweeping historical novel that follows the lives of three women in France during WWI.