One Last Chance : The most uplifting love story you'll read this year

One Last Chance : The most uplifting love story you'll read this year

Regular price £9.99

Sarah Jost

Category: Fiction Romantic

Format: Paperback / softback

Publication date: 4/13/23

Publisher: Piatkus Books

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 384 pages

Weight: 266

Dimensions: 197 x 127 x 29

An uplifting and moving love story about second chances and destiny, perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Josie Silver and Holly Miller. 'Emotionally heart wrenching!' reader review'It's been so long since a book properly made me cry . . . I was sobbing' reader review'I couldn't put it down. Emotional and beautifully written' reader review'A love story to remember' reader review________Have you ever wondered What If . . . ?Lou feels like she is stuck on the wrong path: alone, in a city far from home, watching other people being happy. When the man she's in love with announces his engagement to someone else, Lou is consumed by 'what ifs'. Then she finds herself slipping back in time to a night two years ago, where one small decision changed everything. Suddenly, Lou has a chance to fix her mistakes. But as she finds herself stuck in a loop, living out alternate versions of her life, her choices lead her down roads she could never have imagined. And in each life, she notices her path intersecting with one person again and again . . . Lou is about to realise that the greatest love stories aren't the ones we expect, but the ones we choose to fight for. ________Readers are falling in LOVE with One Last Chance . . . 'Reminiscent of Matt Haig's The Midnight Library and Rebecca Serle's In Five Years' Booklist'A heart-wrenching emotional rollercoaster' Ashley Winstead'Jost threads her novel with humour' The Times'An absorbing love story . . . Heartbreakingly poignant' Samantha Young'Tugs at the heartstrings' Publisher's Weekly'Captivating and poignant' Annette Christie'Gorgeous, heart-breaking' Saskia Sarginson'Moving, compelling' Francesca Hornak'Irresistible' Margarita Montimore'Full of hope and heart' Glendy Vanderah