Thursday, January 14, 2010
Sundays at Tiffany's
This is a sweet, heart-tugging, quick little read all about true love. Totally gooey, sweet, and just a little sexy. I plowed through it in 2 days (I always do that when my hubby's out of town *sigh*sniff*). Jane's mother was a little to busy, too famous, too uninvolved. But Jane had her imaginary friend Michael to fill the void -- until he had to leave on her 9th birthday. But she never forgot him the way he said she would.
At 32 she's just as lonely, overpowered by her mother, but successful. Then she meets someone special (I'll bet you'll never guess who) and discovers true love and who she really is.
This is totally not the kind of book I think of when I think of the author, James Patterson, but a nice light read when you're in the mood for something romantic.