From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes, a new book featuring her iconic heroine of Me Before You and After You, Louisa Clark.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 steps into the world of the superrich, working for Leonard Gopnik and his much younger second wife, Agnes. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her new job and New York life. As she begins to mix in New York high society, Lou meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. Before long, Lou finds herself torn between Fifth Avenue where she works and the treasure-filled vintage clothing store where she actually feels at home. 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?Funny, romantic, and poignant, Still Me follows Lou as she navigates how to stay true to herself, while pushing to live boldly in her brave new world....
|Title||:||Still Me (Me Before You #3)|
|Number of Pages||:||390 pages|
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Still Me (Me Before You #3) Reviews
”Well, here I am Lord, knocking at your back door
Ain't it wonderful to be
Where I've always wanted to be?
For the first time I'll breathe free in the New York City
“Say goodbye to all my sorrow
And by tomorrow I'll be on my way
I guess the lord must be in New York City”
-- I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City – Songwriters: Harry Nilsson
Louisa Clark is back, in this third book of the Me Before You series, looking forward to a new life in the place where Will had once worked and lived. A friend h ...more
This is the 3rd book in the Me Before You series & I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't love it but I enjoyed it. I am a huge fan of Louisa & her personality and I enjoyed the journey she took in this novel. I didn't love the 2nd book, After You so I did go into this one with a little hesitation but it was a sweet book about discovering yourself. I don't know if it needed to be written but I enjoyed the story nonetheless. I didn't love the ending but overall like I keep saying it w ...more
Makes me so sad that I’ve seen so many comments like, “she shouldn’t of made a second/third book” “she’s just milking it now.”
I for one have loved every single of of the books and I would gladly read a 4th filling us in on what life has in store for Lou and Sam.
I will admit I cried during this book. I know it was not needed to write three books, like a lot of reviewers are saying, but I love, love Lou! I said it in my After You review that she is one of my favorite literary characters. I felt some closure on her story by having three books. I found this book to be an intriguing story and beautifully written. I love books that make you feel an array of emotions. I went from anger, sadness, to content from chapter to chapter. How a book makes you fee ...more
"I think at some point, dear, you're going to have to work out who Louisa Clark is."
I don't think there needed to be a trilogy. I really don't. Let me start by saying I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Me Before you. It literally blew me away. I read it twice and have seen the movie three times. I think it is Moyes Swan song. It doesn't get any better than that - which is why the two books which followed could not live up to their predecessor.
In this book we see our much-loved Louisa Clarke moving to New Yor ...more
I loved Me Before You and enjoyed After You, two books I recommend you read before you read the third book in the trilogy, Still Me.
In Still Me, Louisa keeps her promise to Will, her love from book one, to say yes to new opportunities. This opportunity brings her from her home in England—and her hunky boyfriend the paramedic Sam—to New York City to be the assistant to a wealthy young wife of a wildly rich man. Louisa acts like something of an emotional bodyguard for Agnes against the society wo ...more
"I think at some point, dear, you're going to have to work out who Louisa Clark really is."
Louisa Clark arrives in New York to become the personal assistant to Agnes Gopnik, the second (and younger) wife of Mr. Gopnik. Embracing new and different opportunities, Lou is ready to commit to her new home and life while still maintaining a strong link to her family and Sam in England. But living in the Big Apple and being the hired help to a rich and socialite couple is no walk in the park. Lou soon f ...more
Do we really need this series to continue? Whatever, I'll still read it.