Pub Date 16 May 2019
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***THE SECOND NOVEL IN THE COMPELLING LIBERTY GIRLS SERIES. Perfect for fans of Nancy Revell, Elaine Everest, Nadine Dorries and Mr Selfridge.***
March, 1942: new mother Alice Milwood is itching to return to her job as a shop assistant at Liberty’s.
Despite her husband still being missing in action, Alice is determined to give baby Arthur the best possible start. She soon settles back into the rhythm of life on the shop floor, and the Liberty Girls rally to help keep everything on an even keel.
But when the American GIs start swarming into London, there are more complications to come. And each of the Liberty Girls has their own impossible storm to weather.
As they each fight their battles on the home front, only their close friendship will give them the strength they need to carry on.
Praise for Fiona Ford's novels:
‘Oh my word, ‘Christmas At Liberty’s’ was one seriously fantastically well written book. As soon as I started to read the book, I became entranced by the story, the period in which the story is set and the characters. I found it nigh on impossible to put this book down and if I did have to put the book down, then I was literally counting down the time until I could pick the book back up again. It’s safe to say that I found ‘Christmas At Liberty’s’ to be an extremely addictive read. A very well deserved 5* out of 5*.‘ – Ginger Book Geek
‘The author captures the emotions and moods of the characters so well, and the story is so well researched and planned. An emotional story of new beginnings and fresh starts which I would definitely recommend.’ – Stardust Book Reviews
‘With The Liberty Girls, Fiona Ford has created a wonderful new series that is packed with charm and warmth. Christmas at Liberty’s is a must-read for all who love the saga genre and for all who are looking to be part of something that is special and something that just glows with goodness and integrity. Joyous. Charming. Uplifting.’ – Swirl & Thread
‘I thoroughly enjoyed this charming book, finding the story heartwarming and compelling! Fiona Ford has captured the heart wrenching sadness and strife inflicted during the war years, and has lifted the reader into the pages in doing so.’ – Jera’s Jamboree
‘Christmas At Liberty’s is a wonderful, magical book that I absolutely loved! The story develops at a great pace that allows the reader to understand more about the characters and their lives so that they start to feel like old friends. I was soon totally absorbed in the story and felt like I was there with them watching it all unfold. ‘ - Over the Rainbow Book Blog
‘I adore the Liberty girls, they all have their own stories of hardship but all have that amazing nature that seems to be a big part of war time England where they care and put their friends and families before themselves. I am so glad I got to read and review this amazing book by Fiona and I hope everyone else finds is as captivating as I have. It is defiantly one I will be re-reading.’ – ChellsandBooks
‘With a cast of fantastic characters that leap off the pages, splendid period detail and plenty of drama and romance to keep readers on the edge of their seats, Christmas at Liberty’s is a dazzling saga set in wartime London perfect for fans of Elaine Everest, Nancy Revell and Kate Thompson.’ – Bookish Jottings
‘A saga that is sure to capture the hearts of everyone who reads this genre and beyond, as it has truly ensnared mine. This story brought to life what Liberty’s was like back in the day in a way that I could never have imagined. The war and its devastating effects on everyone are sensitively dealt with while still making the harsh realities known.’ – Books of All Kinds ‘This is a book which should be given pride of place to your saga collection.’ – Blooming Fiction