'When you grow up, you won't remember me' Jane Margaux was never supposed to remember her imaginary friend when he vanished from her life but he was the best friend she'd ever had and she could never let his memory fade. Jane was a sweet, funny, chubby seven-year-old, Desperately seeking love from her self-obsessed mother, Vivienne and a father ...Read More'When you grow up, you won't remember me' Jane Margaux was never supposed to remember her imaginary friend when he vanished from her life but he was the best friend she'd ever had and she could never let his memory fade. Jane was a sweet, funny, chubby seven-year-old, Desperately seeking love from her self-obsessed mother, Vivienne and a father who was wrapped up in a new life with his beautiful young girlfriend. Jane's only friend was handsome, funny, thirty-something Michael. Michael was different; noone else could see him, nor did they believe he existed beyond the realms of Jane's very creative imagination. They would talk from morning until night.As Jane grew older though, the time came for Michael to leave Jane's side his work was done. Jane couldn't forget him though, isolated and lonely, she is living in the shadows of her dramatic and over-powering mother. Over twenty years since Michael said goodbye, Jane catches a glimpse of that unforgotten face, her heart pounding, she can't believe it could be true - could it really be Michael? This time though Michael isn't just a figment of her imagination. But will the path of true love be a smooth one? And, will Jane get her happy ever after? "Sundays at Tiffany's" is a heart-warming romance about a girl who until now has lived her life on the sidelines, about what it feels like to fall in love, a tale of soulmates.Read Less
The diversity of James Patterson's writing is a delightful surprising. This story is a heartwarmining fantasy that is just right for some good warm weather reading - or anytime reading.
Oct 22, 2009
Couldn't Put it Down
It was a wonderful book, full of love and hope. I couldn't put it down, and it is one that I will keep for myself, but recommend to my friends to read.
Jul 14, 2009
Sundays at Tiffany's was quite possibly the best Patterson romance novel that I have ever read. The idea of a young girl finding her imaginary friend when she is grown is something that all will enjoy. The book made me transition from the reality of what could really never happen, to the fantasy of the amazing impossibles. I would recommend this book to any of my friends, and anyone that likes Patterson or romance/fantasy.
Mar 12, 2009
Loved the book. it got me thinking about imaginary friends. great love story
May 14, 2008
THE LOVE WE ALL WANT
This is a really unique and charming love story. The love of a child for her imaginary friend, that continues into her adulthood, even after he?s gone. The life she lives; her mother running her life; the relationships she has. It?s kind of hard to describe, the way you get pulled into it, wanting to hurry and turn the next page. It?s a story of love, patience, wonderment, longing and what will happen next. I enjoyed this book very much. It was a nice break from all the mysteries I read.
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