Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas

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A bittersweet and irresistible story about families, loss and new love Book editor Katie is in love with poet, Matt Harrison. He seems to share her feelings, but refuses to talk about his past. All she knows is that Matt was once married. One evening, he suddenly ends their relationship, leaving Katie devastated. A few days later, he sends her a notebook that he promises will explain everything. Katie opens the book to find it is the diary that Matt's wife, Suzanne, wrote for their baby son. It tells the story of her love ...

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Kcurtis

Sep 7, 2009

GREAT READ

I HAVE FOUND THAT WITH ALL OTHER JAMES PATTERSON BOOKS I HAVE READ THAT I COULD NOT PUT THIS BOOK DOWN. AFTER READING SUNDAYS AT TIFFANY'S AND SAM'S LETTER'S TO JENNIFER I KNEW I WOULD LOVE THIS BOOK. I MIGHT ADD THAT IT IS A LITTLE HEART WRENCHING ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN OR ARE PREPARING TO HAVE CHILDREN. HOWEVER, IT IS A VERY MOVING LOVE STORY AND I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO LOVES JAMES PATTERSON FOR 1 AND ALSO LOVE STORYS.

hopfull

Jun 2, 2009

great book

i am so hooked on all of james pattersons books, i never want to put them down.

NanaB

May 18, 2009

Wonderful Story

The suspense found in Patterson's writing is definitely here as well. The story was so much more genuine than some books of this type. Definitely a "must read" for anyone who enjoys Patterson's style without all the "blood and gore" of Alex Cross and other detectives! Definitely refreshing!! I Loved It and so did my husband!!

skyprincess

Oct 13, 2008

Not Very Interesting

While I know that James Patterson is a respected writer I never found the content of his novels of interest to me. I was pleased when he chose to write a love story, expecting it to be moving and beautiful. Disappointed, I found the book to be without depth and emotion, and not particularly well-written. It seemed to have been formulated to make a quick buck by tapping into the women's book-club market. I would not recommend this book, however it is a quick read.

piafinn

Mar 19, 2008

Confusing

A better romance than Sam's Letters to Jennifer, but when you've got a story with two guys named Matt and two women who love one of them, it gets confusing.
After a while, I forgot who was remembering what, and when it happened.
Halfway through I started to clue in, and by the end of the book, I got it.
A very touching love story (or should I say stories), that surprised me at the end.
I read half of it before bed last night, and the other half this morning.

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