Do you believe in magic? What if your childhood imaginary friend reappeared during your adulthood, just at the time when you needed him most? What if you do remember each other, which isn’t supposed to happen? What if the one “person” who isn’t real seems more real than anyone else you know?
In a charming story of love, magic, and happily-ever-after, Sundays at Tiffany’s delves into these and other questions, reminding us that sometimes the unexpected moments in life are the most precious.
Jane Margaux’s imaginary friend disappeared when she was nine, because those are the “rules,” according to Michael, that very special friend. So when he appears again, years later, who knew that love would follow?
The story alternates between Jane’s and Michael’s perspectives and moves quickly through the events that define their unexpected and magical love. Just when you think you have it all figured out, the story will surprise you.
A contemporary New York tale that defies logic, this story earned five magical stars from me.