Blog Tour – Fire and Fury for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane

As war rages, everyone has to do their bit… Bristol 1941 As the clouds of war grow bleaker both at home and abroad, the Tobacco Girls are determined to do their bit for King and Country. To that end Maisie Miles and Bridget Milligan become voluntary ambulance drivers. As well as coping with the frequentContinue reading “Blog Tour – Fire and Fury for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane”

Mini Blog Blitz – Wild Blue Yonder by M W Arnold

Air Transport Auxiliary pilot Doris Winter is accused of stealing a valuable item from a famous Hollywood movie star, now a captain in the US Army Air Corps, after a dance at the air base in England where he’s stationed. Gathering her close friends together, she’s determined to clear her name. Ruth’s POW son suffersContinue reading “Mini Blog Blitz – Wild Blue Yonder by M W Arnold”

A Wing and A Prayer (Broken Wings Book 1) by MW Arnold

When Betty Palmer’s sister dies under suspicious circumstances whilst landing her Tiger Moth, Betty and three other women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary in WWII England unite to discover who killed her and why.Estranged from her family, Penny Blake wants simply to belong. American Doris Winter, running from a personal tragedy, yearns for aContinue reading “A Wing and A Prayer (Broken Wings Book 1) by MW Arnold”

Blog Tour – The Mothers of Victory Street by Pam Howes (The Bryant Sisters – Book 3)

From Amazon charts bestseller Pam Howes comes a heartbreaking and uplifting historical novel about a young woman trying to snatch her chance at happiness amongst the ruins of World War Two. 1946, Liverpool. Bella Harrison cannot believe the devastating war that stole the lives of her father and sister is truly over at last. She wondersContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Mothers of Victory Street by Pam Howes (The Bryant Sisters – Book 3)”

Blog Tour – Wartime Blues for the Harper Girls by Rosie Clarke

LONDON 1917 As the Americans enter the War, there is renewed energy in the war effort.   With husbands and sons fighting for freedom, the women of Harpers are left to tackle the day-to-day affairs at home and work. With Ben Harper away, Sally fears she is being followed by a mysterious woman. Who is sheContinue reading “Blog Tour – Wartime Blues for the Harper Girls by Rosie Clarke”

Mini Blog Blitz-The Orchard Girls by Nikola Scott

London, 2004. Frankie didn’t always have it easy. Growing up motherless, she was raised by her grandmother, who loved her – and betrayed her. For years, the rift between them seemed irreparable. But when their paths suddenly cross again, Frankie is shocked to realise that her grandmother is slowly losing control of her memory. There isContinue reading “Mini Blog Blitz-The Orchard Girls by Nikola Scott”

Blog Tour – Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane

Nothing will stop the The Tobacco Girls, not even war… BRISTOL 1940. The Tobacco Girls cling together as they realise that the clouds of war are turning dark, the world is becoming more dangerous and their lives more unpredictable.  Bridget Milligan’s big, happy family fragments when her siblings are evacuated to North Devon, then a letter fromContinue reading “Blog Tour – Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane”

Blog Tour – The Post Office Girls by Poppy Cooper

With the Great War raging, can they keep Britain going? 1915. On Beth Healey’s eighteenth birthday, she hopes that she will be able to forget the ghastly war and celebrate. But that evening, her twin brother Ned announces that he has signed up to fight. No longer able to stand working in her parents’ villageContinue reading “Blog Tour – The Post Office Girls by Poppy Cooper”

Blog Tour – A Ration Book Daughter by Jean Fullerton

Not even the Blitz can shake a mother’s love. Cathy was a happy, blushing bride when Britain went to war with Germany three years ago. But her youthful dreams were crushed by her violent husband Stanley’s involvement with the fascist black-shirts, and even when he’s conscripted to fight she knows it’s only a brief respiteContinue reading “Blog Tour – A Ration Book Daughter by Jean Fullerton”

The Steel Girls by Michelle Rawlins

Official blurb from Amazon Sheffield, 1939. With war declared, these brave women will step up and do their bit for their country Housewife Nancy never dreamed that she’d end up in Vickers steelworks factory but when husband Bert is called up to serve, she needs to put food on the table for her two young children. Betty’sContinue reading “The Steel Girls by Michelle Rawlins”