Seeking adventure, a young British woman takes a job working for a family in New York and soon discovers the meaning of rich people problems (and a little romance, too!).
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Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles. She is thrown into the world of the superrich Gopniks: Leonard and his much younger second wife, Agnes, and a never-ending array of household staff and hangers-on. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her job and New York life within this privileged world.
Before she knows what's happening, Lou is mixing in New York high society, where she meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. In Still Me, as Lou tries to keep the two sides of her world together, she finds herself carrying secrets—not all her own—that cause a catastrophic change in her circumstances. And when matters come to a head, she has to ask herself, Who is Louisa Clark? And how do you reconcile a heart that lives in two places?
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Cherry valley, CA
I liked it but information about Will was missing ...then someone told me I should have read “you before me” first ..I guess that whole story would have cleared things up ...I liked the writing style.
I’m in love with Jojo Moyes and the books she writes! Not only are the characters SO funny and believable, they get themselves into situations we have all experienced. Please don’t retire Louisa!!!
Really enjoyed it! Glad I’d read “Me Before You” first so I knew the main characters and their stories. I didn’t realize that it was the third in a trilogy. Now I want to read “After You”.
Mount Laurel, NJ
I’ve loved Luisa’s character since Me Before You. This was a great book about the journeys we take through life and what we learn about ourselves each and every day. It’s a book of self-discovery.
Oak Ridge, TN
This is the third book about miss Louisa Clark trying to figure out who she loves and more importantly who she is. Jojo Moyle’s depiction of this quirky character is enjoyable, but she does not delve