We All Live Here

We All Live Here

Summary

The #1 Sunday Times bestselling author, whose books so many love, brings us a fresh, contemporary story of a woman and her unruly blended family


'Nobody writes women the way Jojo Moyes does' Jodi Picoult


Lila Kennedy has a lot on her plate.


A broken marriage, two wayward daughters, a house that is falling apart and an elderly stepfather who seems to have quietly moved in. Her career is in freefall and her love life is … complicated. So when her real dad - a man she has barely seen since he ran off to Hollywood thirty-five years ago - suddenly appears on her doorstep, it feels like the final straw.


But it turns out even the family you thought you could never forgive might have something to teach you: about love, and what it actually means to be family.


Praise for Someone Else's Shoes:

'Giddily joyful. Moyes writes . . . with warmth and a wonderfully wicked sense of humour' THE TIMES 'BOOK OF THE MONTH'

'Delightful. Nobody writes women the way Jojo Moyes does' JODI PICOULT
'So much fun. Beautiful about female friendship' MARIAN KEYES

'A book we all need in our lives right now. A fabulous and funny romp' WOMAN & HOME
'A paean to women's solidarity wrapped up in a very funny revenge-fuelled caper' THE TIMES
'A warm, witty and uplifting novel… It's a joy to spend time with Jojo Moyes' flawed, likeable characters’ SUNDAY EXPRESS
'A love letter to the strength of female friendship and how women can really be there for each other' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

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About the author

Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes is a novelist and screenwriter. Her books include the bestsellers Me Before You, After You and Still Me, The One Plus One, The Giver of Stars, Someone Else's Shoes and her short story collection Paris for One and Other Stories. Jojo's novels have been translated into forty-six languages, have hit the number one spot in twelve countries and have sold over fifty-two million copies worldwide. Me Before You has now sold over fourteen million copies worldwide and was adapted into a major film starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke. In 2023, Jojo joined BBC Maestro’s online platform of world-class experts with her course, Writing Love Stories, which is available now. Jojo lives in the UK.
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