Still Me by JoJo Moyes

***Warning – contains spoilers for Me Before You and After You, but not for Still Me!

Still Me is the third part in the Me Before You series. I can’t tell you how much I loved that book. It took me by surprise because it’s ‘not my sort of book’. So when I saw that Still Me, was out, I had to read it! I generally have a rule of not buying hardbacks, because they’re not very good value, but I had some book tokens in my bag that I kept forgetting to spend, so decided to splash out.

And I wasn’t disappointed.

Following Will’s advice to live her dreams, Louisa Clark answers a call from her friend Nathan (Will’s former nurse) to go to New York to work as a companion to his client’s wife. With the full support of her new boyfriend, Sam the paramedic, Louisa heads to the Big Apple.

Working for the Gopniks, Louisa experiences a very different way of life, but she also experiences some things that make her uncomfortable. And it can be hard to stay in touch with your boyfriend when you are on different continents and in different time zones.

And then she meets someone who literally takes her breath away. Josh reminds her so much of Will that it hurts.

Can Louisa find happiness in New York? Can she maintain her relationship with Sam? Or should she pack up and head back to Stortfold?

As ever, life doesn’t run entirely smoothly for the fabulous Louisa Clark. There are plenty of twists and turns along the road to happiness. Louisa really is an amazing character and there’s lots of other brilliant supporting characters here too, like Ashok the doorman, Ilaria, the emotional housekeeper and Mrs De Witt, the crazy pug-owner.

If you loved Me Before You, you need to read this book and complete Louisa’s story. And if you haven’t read Me Before You, you need to do that now and work your way through the series!

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  1. I loved it too! I have also just finished Eleanor Oliphant and I think I’m going to go for the Things About Elsie one that you recommended last. I’m trying to read the one about sleep at the moment. It’s interesting but a bit more hard going than an easy reading story so I’m not going through it very quickly!
    Nat.x

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    • It sounds like you and me are reading the same things at the moment, I’ve just finished Eleanor Oliphant too! You’ll love Three Things About Elsie. I think I’d struggle to read the sleep one just because I like reading fiction – and it would probably stress me more about my lack of sleep!

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  2. I adored this one, a lot better than the second one in the series! A great set of books over all #readwithme

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    • It is lovely, isn’t it? I think I liked it about the same as the second one. They are both almost as good as the first one!

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  3. I haven’t read any of her books but I want to read this series in the future so I only read the first paragraph of your review….thanks for the spoiler warning 🙂
    We get Jo Jo Moyes books in the charity shop all the time so I’m going to be on the lookout for the series.

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    • You definitely need to look out for the series! It’s just one big amazing and beautiful story.
      I’m glad I included the spoiler alert now

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  4. I actually can’t read your review as I’ve read the first two books and now need to read this one! Although I didn’t think After You was as good as the first book…

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    • There’s no spoilers for the third book in my review, I’m always very careful to avoid them! After You wasn’t quite as good as Me Before You because that is a really special book.

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    • You definitely need to read them! Me Before You is a very special book and the other books are very good reads too.

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  5. I skipped down to the comments to say hello for #readwithme but I’ve not read any of these so I didn’t want spoilers – thanks for putting that at the top!

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    • You’re very welcome!

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