THE NO. 1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING LOVE STORY THAT CAPTURED 21 MILLION HEARTS
From the author of THE LAST LETTER FROM YOUR LOVER, now a major motion picture
'Immensely readable and enjoyable' Sunday Times
'Jojo Moyes is a phenomenal storyteller . . . beautiful' 5***** Reader Review
Fall in love with the perfect heartwarming read . . .
Lou Clark knows how many miles lie between her new home in New York and her new boyfriend Sam in London.
She knows her employer is a good man and she knows his wife is keeping a secret from him.
But what Lou doesn't know is she's about to meet someone who's going to turn her whole life upside down.
Because Josh will remind her so much of a man she used to know that it'll hurt.
Lou won't know what to do next, but she knows that whatever she chooses is going to change everything . . .
Follow Lou Clark's next adventure in the spellbinding conclusion to the love story that captured 21 million hearts.
'Moyes always creates characters you care about and Still Me is full of them' Daily Express, Best Holiday Reads
'It's a beautifully told, inspiring tale of what can happen when you leave your comfort zone, listen to your heart and trust it will all be OK' Heat
'A real triumph' Sun
'A heartwarming winter read' 5***** Reader Review
'Poignant, heartbreaking, and heartwarming' 5***** Reader Review
SHORTLISTED FOR A NATIONAL BOOK AWARD
Moyes's beloved Lou Clark returns (following Me Before You and After You) in a crowd-pleasing work that follows the irresistible Lou as she travels from her home in England to New York City. Lou has been hired by the ultrawealthy Leonard Gopnik to be an assistant and companion to his much younger wife, Agnes. As Lou adjusts to being apart from her paramedic boyfriend, Sam, she becomes accustomed to the mercurial moods of Agnes and the dreary fashion of her new staff uniform, in direct contrast to her own quirky vintage wardrobe. She attends social events with Agnes to help her weather the vicious gossip from the New York society duennas, who are friends of the previous Mrs. Gopnik, and Lou and Agnes start to become something like friends. Lou is a magnetic protagonist whose humorous yet touching interactions with ever-friendly porter Ashok and acerbic neighbor Mrs. De Witt highlight her humanity and desire to fully live her life. As Lou is exposed to the lifestyle of the very rich, she maintains her integrity and discovers that the trappings of wealth cannot guarantee real happiness. Moyes's many fans and newcomers alike will be satisfied by the humor, riveting story, and realistic and well-developed characters.