“Sundays at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson (Website) & Gabrielle Charbonnet is a romance (appropriate for Valentine’s Day). My wife actually borrowed the book and I picked it up after she was done. I believe it took me about a day to read it.
- 400 pages
- Publisher : Little, Brown and Company
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 0316024589
Does James Patterson even writes these books?
The foundation of the story sounds very promising.
Jane, poor little rich girl has an imaginary friend as a young girl; her imaginary friend leaves her as she turns the ripe old age of nine – but she never forgot him. As a grown up, Jane is now a poor big rich girl cowering under her mother’s shadow and acting as a doormat for her jerk of a boyfriend until she meets her long lost imaginary friend.
Is she crazy?
Is he an angel?
You’ll have to find out for yourself.
This isn’t a great work of fiction, the adjectives are numerous and sprinkled around generously – but it’s a fun, cheesy and quick read, albeit corny and predictable with a “Star Trek” type ending (everything gets wrapped up in the last few pages).
But sometime you just need one of those.
Jane is a little girl who is all alone. Her mother, an important Broadway persona and has no time for her. Jane does have a friend, Michael but only she can see him.
As Jane grows up she stays lonely. One day she meets Michael again and to his surprise, she can see him.
Zohar — Man of la Book
Disclaimer: I borrowed this book from the local library.
*Amazon links point to an affiliate account, the money is usually spent on books
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