The third Lou Clark novel, following the number one international bestsellers Me Before You and After You.
Jojo Moyes is a novelist and a journalist. Her books include the bestsellers The Girl You Left Behind, The One Plus One, Me Before You and After You and short story collection Paris for One and Other Stories. Her novels have been translated into forty-four languages and have hit the Number One spot in twelve countries. She is one of the few authors to have had three novels on The New York Timesbestseller list at the same time. Me Before You has now sold over twelve million copies worldwide and was adapted into a major film starring Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) and Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones). Jojo lives in Essex with her husband and their three children.
Immensely readable and enjoyable * Sunday Times * Louisa is a dream character, and this is going to be huge - deservedly so * Daily Mail * A triumph * Heat * The storytelling treads the delicate balance between heartbreak and hope perfectly - with a splash of humour to keep it real * Good Housekeeping * Still one of our fave authors and still a brilliant read! * Look * A joyful story with a pitch-perfect ending * Daily Express * Captivating * OK! * A funny, thoughtful and uplifting conclusion to the trilogy * Sunday Express * Brilliant * Bella * Fun, emotional and a damn good read * Sun on Sunday, Fabulous Magazine * It's witty, funny, uplifting and warm. The perfect book to settle down with * Candis * A real triumph * Sun * A heart-warming, upbeat tale * Sunday Mirror * As funny, quirky, vulnerable Lou tries to acclimatise to the glitzy New York way of life, you can't fail to care about her . . . it is an utter delight * Sunday Express * Jojo's work never fails to bring a smile to my face with her honesty, humour and empathy about what it is to be human - a must-read! -- Emilia Clarke, the star of Me Before You and Game of Thrones Utterly satisfying . . . Moyes fans will be clamouring for the return of Louisa Clark -- Starred review * Booklist * Hooray! Louisa Clark is back * Prima * Heartwarming * Savoy Magazine * Sure not to disappoint * Now * The last in Jojo Moyes's barnstorming trilogy is expected to be huge -- Alice O'Keeffe * Press Association * A sure-fire bestseller -- Fanny Blake's Books to Look Forward to in 2018 * Woman & Home * Moyes' beloved Lou Clark is back -- Books We're Most Excited About in 2018 * Grazia * Jojo Moyes has a habit of hooking her readers in with irrevocably loveable characters * Western Gazette * Praise for Jojo Moyes * - * Moyes somehow manages to break your heart before restoring your faith in love * Sunday Express * Raw, funny, real and sad, this is storytelling at its best * Marie Claire * Like her peers David Nicholls and Marian Keyes, Moyes possesses the enviable gift of making the reader laugh * Independent on Sunday * A heart-stopping read. Destined to be the novel that friends press upon each other . . . Moyes does a majestic job of conjuring a cast of characters who are charismatic, credible and utterly compelling * Independent on Sunday * This truly beautiful story made us laugh, smile and sob like a baby - you simply have to read it * Closer * A beautifully written modern love story from Britain's best contemporary female author * Sun on Sunday * Wonderfully written and completely engrossing, with exquisitely drawn characters in a brilliantly plotted narrative. It will make you think long after you finish the final page * Daily Mail * A tender, funny and hopeful look at love, grief and life. Bumper box of tissues required * Stylist * A beautiful read * Hello * Funny, heart-warming and extremely wise * Prima * A deeply satisfying book full of big emotions * Good Housekeeping * A laugh-out-loud, rollicking good read and a very touching love story * Sunday Independent * Moyes is the queen of the classy weepy * Elle *