Wednesday, February 25, 2009

SUNDAYS AT TIFFANYS









This is what I'm reading right now... Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet, whom I found out is a children's book author. It's the sweetest love story! The cover art is beautiful and it's in Tiffany blue, of course! The cover says it all ---"What if your imaginary friend from childhood was your one true love?" Who would think of that for a story? Quite different from any book I've ever read. Really sweet! It starts out with a little girl who needs an imaginary friend because her Mom, a broadway producer, is too busy to pay much attention to her. Every Sunday afternoon, they go to the St. Regis Hotel for desert, where the Mom sits at one table with a friend and the little girl sits at her own table with her imaginary friend, and then they always stop at Tiffany's to look at the jewelry. I don't want to say anything else in case you decide to read it.

I thought James Patterson only wrote suspense-type and detective series books. I learned something new!

5 comments:

Nola @ the Alamo said...

What a neat story line! I didn't know he wrote those types of books, either!
If we have more cold weather, I may be able to read one more book before spring gets here and I'm outside all day. I'll see if they have that one at the library.

Glitter and Bliss said...

My sis has this book. She loved it!!! Thanks for your sweet comment. Yes, we will now be wholesale in the Dallas Market Center. Come visit us!!! So glad you still like your pendant necklace and your hairdresser too.

Brenda@View From The Pines said...

Well so have I now too! I need to get a book out of the bookcase and start reading. Such a calming end to the day. I usually end up reading magazines so I can clear them off the night stand.
Brenda

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

How funny! I just bought this book at Goodwill. I'm so looking forward to reading it.

Stacey said...

Ooooh, I'm reading this right now! Found it by accident at the library. I like it alot!

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