Sarah Jost was born and grew up in Switzerland, in small yet stunning Montreux, against the backdrop of Lake of Geneva and the Alps. She studied Medieval French, Modern French and History of Art at the Université de Lausanne and worked as a publishing assistant alongside her studies. She has been living in the UK since 2008 and works as a Housemistress and French teacher at a girls’ school, which she considers an immersive course in character study. She is a graduate of Curtis Brown’s three month selective course. Sarah lives in Buckinghamshire with her partner Luke and their adorable and destructive puppy Winnie.
“ Tugs at the heartstrings. ”
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.View book
Press & reviews
“A heart-wrenching emotional rollercoaster.”
“Reminiscent of Matt Haig's The Midnight Library and Rebecca Serle's In Five Years.”
“Tugs at the heartstrings.”