Someone Else's Shoes Audiobook Free by Jojo Moyes

Someone Else’s Shoes (2023)

A story on how one small event may completely transform somebody’s life.

Full of Jojo Moyes’ signature humor, brilliant storytelling, and warmth, in Someone Else’s Shoes Nisha Cantor is forced to confront the reality of her life when her husband announces a divorce and cuts her off financially.

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Until her husband gives her the news of their impending divorce and cuts her off, Nisha Cantor leads the extravagant life of the genuinely affluent. Nisha is adamant on maintaining her beautiful lifestyle. She must, however, scurry to get by in the interim because she is missing her shoes from only a minute ago, when Sam Kemp unintentionally took Nisha’s gym bag during the most hopeless moment of her life. As she struggles to support her family, Sam rarely has time to worry about a misplaced gym bag. She realizes something needs to change, and that something is herself.

“The latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Me Before You is about mix-ups, messes, and making the most of second chances, and how one small thing can shift everything.”

The Book Guide® Editor

She must learn to cope with her new circumstances, while exploring themes of invisibility and female friendship. As she navigates her new life, she discovers that just one little thing can suddenly change everything.

Someone Else's Shoes (2023) by Jojo Moyes

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