Can their friendship survive the darkest days of war?
I’m not a huge fan of war fiction but I do love a story about friendship and this is definitely one of those. My favourite bond in the book is little Emily’s with ‘Mrs Gladys’, Eileen’s mother, it’s so sweet and delightful.
The three young women have a wonderful friendship which sees them through the bombing of Bristol, working in a munitions factory, finding love, and beyond.
A heartwarming and cosy book, curl up under a warm blanket on a freezing evening and enjoy.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.