Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas
is a 2001 novel by James Patterson
. Patterson uses a framing device
to surround the journaling of a young mother to her newborn son, Nicholas. The mother, Suzanne, dedicates her diary to her son; it tells the story of his parents' meeting, their subsequent romance, and the eagerness with which they look forward to the arrival of their first child.
This is one of few romance novels by James Patterson to date.