Sundays at Tiffany's (Bonus Edition)
Jane grew up very rich and very lonely. Her mother was much too busy with her Broadway theater company to be close to her nervous, introspective daughter. In fact, Jane had only one true friend, and he was imaginary. For years, "Michael" nurtured her in her solitude, amusing and comforting her... show more
Jane grew up very rich and very lonely. Her mother was much too busy with her Broadway theater company to be close to her nervous, introspective daughter. In fact, Jane had only one true friend, and he was imaginary. For years, "Michael" nurtured her in her solitude, amusing and comforting her with jokes and camaraderie. Decades later, Jane is still lonely and, though she is a successful playwright, still chained to her mother. Then one day, as if magically, Michael reappears. And this time he's real…
Publish date: November 8th 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Edition language: English
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, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I just love it when I find a book I absolutely adore! This is one of the best books I’ve read this year. I knew when I read the synopsis I would enjoy it, but I didn’t expect it find a place in my heart so easily. I love to own copies of books I like. I borrowed this one from the library, and as soo...
Such a beautiful book. So poignant and heartbreaking at times. The tv film frankly sucked, I'm not gonna lie. It completely went off the rocker when it came to the plot. I mean they kept the main line of Jane falling in love with her old imaginary friend, but other than that everything else was SO m...
This book is pure fantasy, no two ways about it! Sappy, romantic, completely unrealistic fantasy. But I enjoyed it!! If you don't like Peter Pan or The Time Traveller's Wife or Star Trek, because they aren't plausible, then don't waste your time on this book. However, if you have a few hours to ...
It's like reading Cecelia Ahern's If You Could See Me Now all over again, only this time around, the story is accompanied by some lovely twists I didn't get to enjoy in Ahern's book. I thoroughly enjoyed the story of Jane and Michael. It is told from both Jane and Michael's point of views, nothing w...
Very well written but much too predictable for me. I really liked the idea and wanted to get carried away by the tale but found this impossible when I could pretty much guess the whole plot. But I'd still recommend this for a quick light read.