Book Review: Still Me by Jojo Moyes

This is the third book in the Louisa Clark ‘adventure’. The story follows Louisa to New York. She is taking on the role as a personal assistant to a very rich lady. She leaves Sam, her handsome paramedic behind and the distance soon takes its strain on the relationship. She loves her new life in New York and her new role, but through misplaced loyalty she finds herself in an awkward position in the big city.

I don’t want to give to much away, as the story has many twits and turns. I loved this book, just as much as the two that came before it. Louisa’s voice comes through very strongly. The book is touching on many different levels. It will make you smile, cry and re-think. I like it as a follow up as the character Louisa has grown and developing a very strong sense of self. I would classify it as chick lit, but very entertaining and well written. It is an easy and pleasurable read. Highly recommended!

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