a recent book I encourage

I am informing my readers about a book I read awhile ago and just recently read it again. The book that I’m encouraging others to read is “Sunday at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson. Patterson’s book is about a little girls with an imaginary friend and he is everything to her because her parents are divorced. the little girls dad lives far away and never sees her and her mom is a play producer who has no time for her daughter and doesn’t care. The only time Jane spends with her is mom is their weekly trip to get dessert at the hotel while her mom has a meeting and going to Tiffany’s jewelery store to look around on Sundays. On Jane’s ninth birthday her mom forgets about it and her father goes out-of-town to her favorite place and leaves her behind, the worst part is that Jane’s imaginary friend Michael by rules of imaginary friends he has to leave because she is too old. Jane is extremely alone and takes up her moms producing business. Jane seems to be having horrible luck and can’t seem to find a guy a guy she loves, she also still has not forgotten Michael which he promised her she would he left on her ninth birthday. When Jane begins to lose hope she finds a man named Michael and he is perfect she falls in love with him and it is her imaginary friend in real life he slowly starts to become human because imaginary friends aren’t suppose to have feelings and he is falling in love with Jane. I don’t want to give away the ending so i will stop here but if you are a person who loves romance and loves happy endings this is the book for you. I feel that James Patterson really understands love and knows how to catch your emotions. He is a great writer so I recommend all his books but this one I loved and thought it was worth telling people to read and enjoy as much as I did.

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2 Responses to a recent book I encourage

  1. malak87 says:

    sounds very nice … thank you 🙂

  2. jdenavich says:

    That does sound like a good book.

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