An emotional and heart-warming portrayal of the lives of four women living in wartime London. For the girls living at No. 13 Article Row, life has never been tougher. Tilly is left heartbroken after the love of her life, Drew, returns to his hometown of Chicago to visit his family and decides to stay there. After he ends their relationship via a letter, Tilly is desperate to find out the truth behind their break-up. Agnes is shocked to discover that she has inherited a house from her estranged father who left her at the orphanage all those years ago. After not having family for so long she now has a cousin who is very keen to get to know her, but is it for the right reasons? And for Tilly's mother, Olive, her repressed feelings for the unhappily married Sergeant Dawson are finally in the open, but can either of them ever recover from the guilt? Meanwhile, Sally's life is in turmoil when George is killed in an air raid, leaving her alone and pregnant. With so much tragedy surrounding them, the four girls must support each through the hard times.
Annie Groves has always lived in the North-West of England. She is the author of Ellie Pride, Connie's Courage and Hettie of Hope Street, novels for which she drew on her own family's history. Her most recent novels, Some Sunny Day, As Time Goes By and Across the Mersey, are based on wartime recollections from members of her family who come from Liverpool. Annie Groves also writes under the name Penny Jordan, a bestselling author of over 170 novels with sales of over 84 million copies.
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