Edie's Home for Strays
'A real page-turner full of wartime friendships, hope and love' NetGalley reviewer
On the Home Front, one girl is determined to make a difference.
But Edie's hopes of serving overseas are dashed when she's sent to be a Land Girl in a sleepy Cumbrian village.
Prue has shut the world out since her son went away to fight. Yet when she's asked to take in a Land Girl and two little evacuees from London, she has no choice.
Edie's heart breaks, seeing the children's cold welcome. But when the evacuees take in a stray puppy, even Prue can't say no.
It's not long before Edie realises Applefield Manor could become a sanctuary to all those without a home in wartime. But can she persuade Prue to open her heart, and her home?
A moving, uplifting wartime story that fans of Dilly Court and Kitty Neale will love.Readers are swept away by Edie's Home for Strays :
'A plucky heroine whose heart embraces any stray animal amidst a cast of believable characters you can't help caring for - this is a moving story of friendship and love set against the backdrop of the Second World War' Molly Green , author of A Sister's Courage
'A lovely heartwarming story that keeps you interested right till the end' NetGalley reviewer
'An unputdownable, uplifting read which will tug at your heartstrings ' Rosie Hendry , author of The Mother's Day Club
'A very feel-good story illustrating great British spirit ! A brilliant conclusion that had tears of sadness and joy running down my face' NetGalley reviewer
'I loved this book - it was so lovely to read and different from other wartime books I've read recently' NetGalley reviewer
Earn By Promoting Books
Earn money by sharing your favourite books through our Affiliate programme.Become an Affiliate