Lizzie's War

Lizzie s War LONDON Another gritty heart warming and wholesome drama A gripping sequel to LIZZIE S SECRET Perfect for the fans of Katie Flynn and Nadine Dorries Against the devastating Blitz of London norma

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  • Title: Lizzie's War
  • Author: Rosie Clarke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • LONDON 1940 Another gritty, heart warming and wholesome drama A gripping sequel to LIZZIE S SECRET Perfect for the fans of Katie Flynn and Nadine Dorries Against the devastating Blitz of London, normal life must continue for Lizzie Larch With Sebastian returning to War, Lizzie, must, alone make a success of her business in order to survive and care for herself and herLONDON 1940 Another gritty, heart warming and wholesome drama A gripping sequel to LIZZIE S SECRET Perfect for the fans of Katie Flynn and Nadine Dorries Against the devastating Blitz of London, normal life must continue for Lizzie Larch With Sebastian returning to War, Lizzie, must, alone make a success of her business in order to survive and care for herself and her young child Silently, from the shadows, her secret enemy watches and waits, threatening to ruin Lizzie and everything she holds close Battling against shortages her hats become popular, but what of the man she loves Will he ever return What Lizzie knows now is that success can mean nothing without love.

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    1. Having read the first book, I enjoyed the sequel and didn't guess the twists going on in the book. A well written novel.

    2. I absolutely loved this book- I have a fondness for books set around the war years, particularly set around the work women did to help the homefires burning.This was a sequel and although I hadn't read the first book this one read well as a stand alone. I still wish that I'd read the first one to learn a little more about the great characters.Lizzie is such a strong character but she has suffered a lot of personal tragedy. She is making a huge success of her business making hats, both government [...]

    3. I was lucky enough to be chosen to review “Lizzie’s War” by Rosie Clarke. I love her series, The Workshop Girls. This book is the second in the series. Although Ms. Clarke brings you up to date and the novel can stand alone, I am glad that I read the first book in the series before I did this one. This story develops the lives of Lizzie Larch and Beth, her best friend as they continue to struggle with all the hardships and disappointments that life can offer, especially during wartime. I w [...]

    4. I received a free copy through Netgalley, in return for an honest review.This is a nice feelgood book. While you don't have to expect literary greatness, it still is a nice read that kept me reading through the night when I started. The characters are quite relatable, and I like to read about how life was for women during this period.

    5. Lizzie Larch is working in her own shop now making hats for women who wish something original and unique. She has her best friend, Beth, mother of twins working with her. London is going through some of the horrendous days of the Blitz with German planes flying over the city almost nightly. As the supplies they need are becoming more scarce, they must work to find the strength to carry on. Lizzie has realized Sebastian was serious about his attraction to her but has secretive important duties to [...]

    6. This is the second of the workshop girls books. This is a lovely story where we carry on from the first book and become reacquainted with all the characters that we met in the first book.War is definitely part of lives of everyone who lives in London. Rations are beginning to bite at people who have hardly anything to start with.Join Lizzie and Beth as they embark on new episodes of their lives, some are good, some are bad and some are totally heartbreaking for them.An excellent read can highly [...]

    7. Another great bookThe second book in this trilogy and every bit as good as the first , two friends , one gets married to the man she loves , the other marries for security , not a good basis for a marriage , he is killed in an accident and she goes on to marry an old flame . Just about to start the third book and I am looking forward to it .

    8. 2.5 stars. This book had so many editing issues. There were the same repetitions as in the first book, which was really annoying. Other than Beth, most of the characters were dull and lifeless. My want to know about what happens is the only thing keeping me with the series.

    9. A great sequel to Lizzies' secret.Couldn't wait for this sequel. Again it lived up to its expectations .Great storyline.Couldn't put it down once I'd started Well done Rosie Clarke

    10. This was a really good book. I love how the wording is written well and has no bad language. The scenes are sometimes sad but well written and not too graphic. It is a good comfortable read. I think Lizzie and Beth are brave and courageous.

    11. Interesting tale of a womanGreat ww2 tale of strong woman surviving hard times with help of friends. I love how hardships bring good people together

    12. Lovely to lose yourself inI love wartime dramas and this series didn't disappoint. I can't wait to start reading the next one. Pity there's only 3!

    13. Everything came easy to Lizzy, and I never felt any hardship for he from the war or fear that anyone would come to any real harm. I never felt any of the romance. It was simply average.

    14. A continuation from Lizzies Secret, in the midst of the war, all the familiar characters and some new ones are brought together to unravel secrets and lies. I couldn't put this book down.

    15. This second book is even better than the firstI highly recommend both books in this series. Book 2 is even better than the first book. The book is enticing, gripping, heart wrenching and has above all else, an abundance of love, both familial and romantic. The story centres on the cracking storylines whilst the war plays continually in the background.

    16. I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.Unfortunately this just did not live up to my expectations after reading the first book.Although easy to read the story was very predictable.

    17. A bit of a predictable ending but a nice read nonetheless. Good follow up to the first book about Lizzie Larch.

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