London, 1941. The East End Angels – Frankie, Bella and Winnie – are settled into life as ambulance crew members at LAAS Station Seventy-Five. The threat of air raids and other atrocities are a constant worry, but life continues regardless and the weight of responsibility weighs heavy on each of them.
Frankie’s grandfather is unwell and she promised him she would always look after Ivy, her step-grandmother, but things between the two women are becoming increasingly strained. And then Frankie discovers something that turns everything she thought she knew about herself on its head.
Winnie’s natural leadership puts her at the forefront at the station and she’s soon making the difficult decisions on call-outs. As she is exposed to a higher level of war and destruction, she begins to wonder how much more London can take – and how much more can she take?
Bella is beginning to drive the ambulances, she is growing closer to James and her love for writing is opening up new doors for her. Then she receives devastating news about someone close to her and things begin to unravel.
Life and war may keep testing the angels but love will always find a way to shine and the strength of their friendship will see them through the darkest of times.
Available from Amazon here. Hardback published 18 Jan 2018. Paperback 19th April 2018.
5* – “This second book about the East End Angels was every bit as brilliant as the first – I feel disappointed that I’ve finished it and wish I had rationed myself a bit. The characters felt like old friends and I really cared about what happened to them.”
5* – “Absolutely loved this second book by Rosie, this is a sequel to the East end Angels where we catch up with Winnie, Frankie and Bella and their colleagues at Station 75. I’d highly recommend this to anyone especially those who prefer wartime sagas. I hope there’s going tobe a 3rd in the series and soon!“