It's 1944, after D-day. Doodlebugs are the latest threat to war-battered Southern England. Local crook Samuel Golden is still finding ways to exploit people's hardship for his own gain. Heroine Em, whom we first met in The Munitions Girls, finds herself caught up in one such scheme while having to deal with her daughter's unexpected pregnancy.
Female friendship, wartime drama, mothers and daughters and finding a good man in the end - it's all there in this sparkling new saga from Rosie Archer.
Seems okay initially, but then the story hops around to various characters and I totally lost interest. I prefer reading about only a couple characters, and the head hopping was jarring and pulled me out of the story.
book was great but don't like the voice of the lady talking she talks to slow I didn't check I just assumed it was going to be Anne Dover who read munition girls that was a great book. I'm going to have to buy the other 2 books in this series to read myself as this lady reads the rest of them.