Books by Jojo Moyes

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The Horse Dancer

It was just her and her horse, unobserved, free; she felt this freedom like any other horse-borne traveler over thousands years, back to Xenophon and the age of the Greeks. Sarah Lachapelle has an all-consuming, perfectionist connection with her horse. Boo. When one trains with a Selle Français ho ...

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Paris for One and Other Stories

Paris for One, a novella in this collection by Jojo Moyes, is one of the sweetest love stories I’ve ever read. I stayed up late to read it in one go, and I went to sleep with a smile on my face. It is set in Paris and is so quintessentially Parisian, it is a delight. Nell is a meticulous, organ ...

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After You

Spoiler Warning! This review contains spoilers for the first book in the series. Me Before You was a 2013 phenomenon that left me gutted and in need of copious amounts of chocolate and tissues. Hence, I began the sequel After You with trepidation. I’m pleased to say that, while it doesn’t app ...

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Me Before You

We call the male protagonist in a romance the "hero." But what is a hero and what is a heroic life? That's just one of the many questions Moyes' book poses to her readers in this story that tips the scales into the incredibly weepy zone. The plot is fairly simple: Twenty-six year old British workin ...

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Sheltering Rain

Since I often find the plots to be long and terribly slow-moving and the characterization to be both flat and unrealistically glamorous, the family saga is usually one of my least favorite forms of fiction. Sheltering Rain, a debut novel from the United Kingdom, is blessedly different. Joy, her ...