A Mother’s Love

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Author : Katie Flynn
Detail : “Can love see her through the darkness? `Packed with romance and poignancy’ lady ‘Romantic and poignant… Fans of historical fiction can love the small print and heat of Katie Flynn’s time period tale’ Woman’s Own

Liverpool, 1940: there comes a flash in each child’s life after they should learn to face on their own 2 feet.

For fifteen-year-old Ellie Lancton, that point has come back only too before long. The death of her mother and also the increase in air raids leaves Ellie alone and in grave danger. it is not long before she is forced to depart her beloved port behind and cross the Mersey to hunt refuge within the country.

But because the war takes comforts away, thus too will it bring new opportunities; for work, new friendships, and maybe a touch love…

It will take all of Ellie’s courageousness to seek out her means while not her mother’s steerage. however if Ellie will soldier on with grace and dignity, there would possibly simply be light-weight at the top of the tunnel.

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Publisher - Zebra Books
Pages - 284
ISBN - 9780821756232


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