Paris for One & Other Stories (US)
From the sensational #1 New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes, the perfect gift hardcover, timed for Christmas--a novella and short story collection never published before in the U.S.
Nell is twenty-six and has never been to Paris. She's never even been on a romantic weekend away before. Everyone knows travelling abroad isn't really her thing. But when Nell's boyfriend fails to show up for their romantic mini-vacation, she has the opportunity to prove everyone--including herself--wrong. Alone and in Paris, Nell uncovers a version of herself she never knew existed: independent and intrepid.
Adventurous, funny, and charming, Paris for One is vintage Moyes--as are the 8 stories that round out the collection.
Katie McGowan manages the translation rights for Paris for One & Other Stories (US)
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The fabulous Jojo Moyes is back, this time with the short story, Paris For One, about a woman who finds her way in the most romantic city in the world. It’s paired with a collection of sweet short stories that are sure to satisfy.
Pop Sugar (Best Books Fall 2016)
Moyes is in fine, cheeky form in this collection of short fiction, deploying the wit and charm that animates Me Before You and her other popular novels. The title novella offers a vicarious jolt of Parisian romance, while shorter stories deliver pithy insights into the joys and woes of
marriage, ending with delightful twists.
Think of these short fictions as palate cleansers after the sweet, tasty Parisian treat Moyes so deliciously serves up.
Bold, humorous and genuine, the stories in this collection are classic Moyes and will appeal to fans of her novels and newcomers alike.Publisher's Weekly
Less emotionally intense than the author's hit Me Before You, charming novella Paris for One & Other Stories centers on nervous traveler Nell, who is stuck in
Paris after her boyfriend doesn't show up for their romantic getaway. Alone, she starts to learn who she can be. A collection of short stories rounds out the work and adds up to an engaging way to spend fall's first chilly
Good Housekeeping US
It’s dreamy escapism, a book you can curl up with and easily finish over a weekend, with or without a glass of
Moyes mixes a potent cocktail of humor, irony, and strong female protagonists and then shakes things up in this heady collection that fans—as well as new readers—will love.
These stories are a treat—quick, short nibbles of Moyes’ character genius, storytelling charisma, and writing grace, plus a new, intriguing format for the author, with the occasional surprising twist.
Bold, humorous, and genuinePublisher's Weekly