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Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson
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Jul 29, 2011

liked it

3 and a half stars, actually.

I found this to be a tolerable romance. Quite sweet, cute, etc. Interesting premise. Better than most Nicholas Sparks novels I've read(with exception to "A walk to remember" and "The last song", which I liked).

The premise is this: when Jane turns 8(or 9?), her imaginary friend Michael tells her he has to leave her. He tells her she will forget all about him. She doesn't and she meets him again when she's older, only this time he isn't imaginary.

Sound weird? It kinda is but it's cute and fluffy. It does what it's supposed to, gives you an escape for a little while.

Was it amazing? Not for me. It was one of those easy reads that you can get through quickly and enjoy, but not have any intention to read it again in the future. I've read better romances, romances that broke my heart or made me ache in some way. This was not one of the great romances but it was very sweet and enjoyable.

It was my second James Patterson read(my first was the disappointing "Lifeguard") and I thought it was well written. I do recommend it; it just didn't give me that "aahhmygoddd i loved ittt!" feeling. It was "nice".
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Reading Progress

July 29, 2011 – Started Reading
July 29, 2011 – Shelved
July 29, 2011 –
page 95
30.74% "cuteee"
July 30, 2011 –
page 152
July 30, 2011 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by Readslol (new)

Readslol Romance has to be about heartbreak? You have a warped view of how romance should work. Oh well, it's what the media teaches.

Lisa Oh child. Just no. I'm amazed how you twisted my words to try and feel superior. I'm sorry you have such a hard on about this book but that's not my problem.

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