Giveaway: The Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes

The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo MoyesI read the UK edition of JoJo Moyes’s Me Before You way back in March 2012, and thought it was just fabulous! It was a lot of fun to see it released here in January to such excitement and acclaim, and to see that everyone loved it just as much as I did. JoJo Moyes has a new book coming out, The Girl You Left Behind.

From the Publisher:

France, 1916:  Artist Edouard Lefevre leaves his young wife, Sophie, to fight at the front. When their small town falls to the Germans in the midst of World War I, Edouard’s portrait of Sophie draws the eye of the new Kommandant. As the officer’s dangerous obsession deepens, Sophie will risk everything—her family, her reputation, and her life—to see her husband again.

Almost a century later, Sophie’s portrait is given to Liv Halston by her young husband shortly before his sudden death. A chance encounter reveals the painting’s true worth, and a battle begins for who its legitimate owner is—putting Liv’s belief in what is right to the ultimate test.

Whether you have read Me Before You and loved it, or just want the opportunity to  discover one of her lovely novels for yourself, I have a copy to giveaway to a readers with a US address. If you’re interested in receiving the book, please fill out this brief form. I will pick a winner at random on Friday, August 23.

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  1. I love her covers. Such eye candy. Hopefully I will read this soon!
    By the way, I love your commenter verification thing in place of the usual Captcha. I’ve never seen that one before. It’s very cute, and not nearly as frustrating.

  2. I’ve been looking forward to this, thanks for hosting. I’ve been really into this time period for awhile now. Oh and I agree about Captcha, the, almost, cuss fess it inspires won’t be missed. 😉

  3. I haven’t read Me Before You, but this book sounds really good. I really like the history, and the fact that Liv tries to find the real owner of the portrait. Thanks for this chance.

  4. I can’t wait to read this! The Last Letter from your lover is wonderful, and features a cute male librarian! 🙂