Sundays at Tiffany's

Sundays at Tiffany's - James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet Being a romantic at heart, I really can't help falling in love with this book. Michael was an imaginary friend who befriended a young girl named Jane. They had this date on every Sundays at St. Regis Hotel where Jane would luxuriate her favourite hot fudge and coffee ice cream sundae while talking with Michael just about everything under the sun. Michael always acted like Jane's personal angel, invisible babysitter and without doubt, the very best kind of friend a person could have.However, an imaginary friend didn't come to stay, hence someway, somehow, Michael would have to leave Jane. On the night the young girl turned 9 years old, Michael left with a promise that she would not remember even a piece of his existence. Nevertheless, he was wrong as at the age of 32, the image of Michael was still vivid in Jane's eyes. So when out of sudden, they meet again - 23 years later - neither of them could really understand what's happening. To Jane, this was the happiest day of her life, but to Michael, he was confused as to what purpose was he being sent there? Was he supposed to take care of Jane again? Or was there someone else that he needed to keep his keen eyes onto?I love just about everything in this novel except for its length, which I found too short. I liked both of its main characters very much especially the ways they show how much they care for each other and how heartwarming things to feel like whenever they are together. Michael's affectionate trait towards anyone that he cared about tug at my heartstring and he certainly didn't fail to make me smile throughout the book with his childish jokes and behaviours. To those looking for quick, romantic escape, this surely is a book for you. It may also be enjoyed by the fan of "If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern".Favourite Quote:"Love means you can never be apart" - Jane Margaux