Women on the Home Front: Family Saga 4-Book Collection
Four family sagas in one ebook collection – filled with love, tragedy and heartbreak, these moving stories are set against the backdrop of World War Two.
Includes ‘London Belles by Annie Groves, ‘Pack Up Your Troubles’ by Pam Weaver, ‘The War Widows’ by Leah Fleming and ‘Coronation Day’ by Kay Brellend
London Belles – Four lives. Four loves. One War. On London’s Blitz torn streets, the bonds of friendship run deep. Forged together by the utter devastation of WWII, Tilly, Sally, Dulcie and Agnes are the four young women living on an ordinary street, who will endure hardship and heartache.
Pack Up Your Troubles – Thrown together at the VE Day celebrations, Connie and Eva are the best of friends. But they are torn apart when they discover they come from feuding families. Determined to overcome years of hatred, they resolve to find out what has kept their families at war for so long. But will their friendship survive the shocking truth?
The War Widows – Nothing ever happens in sleepy Grimbleton. Until two strangers – both claiming to be the fiancée of a dead soldier – arrive in town. Enemies at first, Susan and Ana soon find themselves united in grief. Can they help each other to find happiness after the heartache of war?
Coronation Day – The toughest street in London due for demolition. Can Tilly, the tough, uncompromising head of the Kiever family help heal some of the rifts of the past – or will this be one street party they will remember for all of the wrong reasons?
”Praise for Annie Groves:'An engrossing story” - My Weekly
”Praise for Pam Weaver:'A heartrending story about mothers and daughters” - Kitty Neale
Praise for Leah Fleming:‘A beautiful, almost poetically-written tale of love and tragedy…The characters are real flesh and blood and the reader shares their ups and downs with genuine empathy.’Maureen Lee, author of Kitty and her Sisters -
”Praise for Kay Brellend:'This book was excellent, I didn't want it to end. Reading it made me feel like I was living in the era the book was set in.” - Amanda Bicknell (Amazon Reviewer)