***THE SECOND NOVEL IN THE COMPELLING LIBERTY GIRLS SERIES. Perfect for fans of Nancy Revell, Elaine Everest, Nadine Dorries and Mr Selfridge.***
March, 1942: new mother Alice Milwood is itching to return to her job as a shop assistant at Liberty’s.
Despite her husband still being missing in action, Alice is determined to give baby Arthur the best possible start. She soon settles back into the rhythm of life on the shop floor, and the Liberty Girls rally to help keep everything on an even keel.
But when the American GIs start swarming into London, there are more complications to come. And each of the Liberty Girls has their own impossible storm to weather.
As they each fight their battles on the home front, only their close friendship will give them the strength they need to carry on.
I love the cover for this book and after I enjoyed the first book in the series Christmas at Liberty’s so much, I was eagerly awaiting for this book to be released and I was genuinely delighted to be able to get my hands on a copy!
I must say that I thought that this book was delightful! I love this author’s writing style and she has a natural ability to bring her stories, and characters to life and this book is a brilliant read and will be a treat for any fans of books set in this period.
I thought that the plot was excellent, it was very well planned out and I was hooked by the story. I had mixed feelings about the ending, I couldn’t wait to see how it would all end and I also didn’t want it to stop! It really is a fabulous story and the author really did bring everything to life for me, I am even going to go as far as to say that this is quite possibly my favourite historical fiction release of the year so far!
It is five stars from me for this one, I thoroughly enjoyed it and this is a brilliant follow up to the first book, I loved being able to catch up with the different characters and can’t wait to see what the author releases next!