My review of Carols at Woolworths by Elaine Everest

Carols at Woolworths is a heartwarming novella, and is the prequel to Christmas at Woolworths, by bestselling author Elaine Everest

Betty, Freda and Sarah are determined to make the Woolworths Christmas party as jolly as ever. After weeks of careful planning, the girls are confident that it will be an evening for everyone to forget about the troubles of the war outside.

But the war is never far away and when an air raid looms, the girls must usher their guests to safety and find a way to take their Christmas cheer underground . . .

Will it be a merry Christmas after all for the girls of Woolworths?



I purchased a copy of this novella as soon as it was available as I am taking part in the blog tour for Christmas at Woolworths – and I am so glad I did as I loved it!!

Betty, Freda and Sarah are fantastic characters and the plot is great, you really do feel as though you are living through the war time with them – it is well researched and well written – definitely a book for me and I highly recommend it!

Make sure you check back to my blog on 30th October 2017 for my review of Christmas at Woolworths!


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