Still Me (Me Before You #3) by Jojo Moyes
Sometimes, we ourselves don’t know who actually we are as we discover new strata within ourselves which we never knew existed. The truth of another identity, when it dawns upon us, poses many question marks in our life. She leaves her small town and close-knit family to carve a niche for her in the big apple. She is absolutely sure that her relationship with her beau will not suffer due to the great distance. But once she starts her job, which entails being an assistant to a filthy rich woman, she slowly begins to give into the temptation the luxurious lifestyle offers. Her job profile requires her to assist Leonard Gopnik and his wife, Agnes. Things head for an unusual twist when she finds herself slipping off the morals imbibed into her through small-town upbringing. She feels comfortable in luxury stores rather than her home. A few weeks later, Louisa starts wondering who is the real Louisa-the one who was comfortable living a simple life or the Louisa who wants to lap up the luxury of the opulent lifestyle her job profile offers. A serious self-assessment follows a spate of romantic, humorous and sentimental episodes.