Sundays at Tiffany's - James Patterson, Gabrielle Charbonnet 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 we haven't been exposed to, but this definitely gives the readers meaningful insights of the main characters. Both are well-developed characters, neither outshines the other which totally makes this, their story. Brilliantly written.

However, what I wish Patterson could have explained more is about Owen. Something might have happened to him to make him the way he is. And Patty, I know what has happened between Owen and her can be easily guessed, but I wish Patterson had told it instead, rather than asking we readers to make a guess of their own. It left me feeling unsatisfied somehow.

Overall, great read. If you're a fan of Cecelia Ahern's If You Could See Me Now, then you must give this a try!