Someone Else's Shoes

by Jojo Moyes
Another great read by Jo Jo Moyes. An engaging and heartfelt trading places story with great plot twists and fabulous characters. Two women from different walks of life and a bag mix-up at the gym lead to each walking in the other's shoes. Someone Else's Shoes By Jojo Moyes #fiction, #womensfiction, #reading, #BooksToRead, #bookclub, #reading, #bestbook, #books #SomeoneElsesShoes #jojomoyes

Book Review

(by- Linda )

I'm a big fan of Jo Jo Moyes and am always excited about her new books. Getting into the story takes a little time, but once it grabs you, that's it- you don't want to stop reading.

I love stories about women facing and overcoming challenges. And I loved that this story showed the difficulties of dealing with ageism - especially for women. It shows how becoming invisible erodes your confidence and that being acknowledged exponentially boosts it.

Nisha and Sam come from different walks of life, and their problems, personalities, and priorities differ. But as they bond and begin helping each other, they learn the power of friendship and the immense benefits of working together. I recommend this book to those that enjoy light, engaging books - it's perfect for the beach or vacation.

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