Jean Fullerton, queen of the saga, returns with a charming new war-time series. It's 1939, and the Brogan family of London's East End are ready to show Hitler what-for. But things don't seem so rosy when rationing, evacuation, and air-raids start to put this larger-than-life family to the test. When a mysterious young man arrives at the Brogan's local parish church, he provides just the dazzling distraction they need-and for eldest daughter Mattie, the promise of more than she'd ever wished for. But as the pair fall deeper in love, they are drawn into secret dangers, rife on the very London streets they call home. The young couple must do all they can to protect life as they know it. But will their dreams be able to survive the nightmare of wartime?
Charming and full of detail about the work of a nurse in 1940s London, you will ride emotional highs and lows with each new birth and death. Beautifully written and some sharp dialogue. * The Lady on Jean Fullerton *
A real page-turner with larger-than-life characters and convincing period detail * Daily Express *
A well-thought out story, with strong characters and excellent historical details * Anna Jacobs on NO CURE FOR LOVE *
A beautifully written sequel that gives you a fab insight into the life of a nurse in London's East End in the '40s * Closer on ALL CHANGE FOR NURSE MILLIE *
Warmth, humour and characters readers care about are Fullerton's hallmarks. * Peterborough Evening Telegraph *
A delightful, well-researched story that really does depict nursing and the living conditions in the East End at the end of the war. * Lesley Pearce, on CALL NURSE MILLIE *