Friday, 9 November 2018

Book Tour | A Gift From Woolworths by Elaine Everest

Paperback book of A Gift From Woolworths by Elaine Everest

As the war moves into 1945 the lives of the women of Woolworths continue. When store manager, Betty Billington, announces she is expecting Douglas’s baby her future life is about to change more than she expects.
Freda has fallen in love with the handsome Scottish engineer but will it end happily?
Maisie loves being a mother and also caring for her two nieces although she still has her own dreams. When her brother appears on the scene he brings unexpected danger to the family.
Meanwhile Sarah dreams of her husband’s return and a cottage with roses around the door but Woolworths beckons.
Will our girls sail into times of peace, or will they experience more heartache and sorrow? With a wedding on the horizon, surely only happiness lies ahead – or does it?

A Gift From Woolworths 
by Elaine Everest
  • Publisher: Pan; Main Market edition 
  • Publish Date: 1 Nov. 2018
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1509892524
  • ISBN-13: 978-1509892525
  • Rating: 5 Stars

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Book Review

Oh my, oh my! As if the rest of the wonderful Woolworths series wasn't good, Elaine Everest has delivered above and beyond in this lovely instalment. Following on from Wartime At Woolworths, A Gift From Woolworths is exactly that. 

The girls we've grown to love over the series of five books have grown so much and now the time has come for them to start piecing together their tattered lives. The first couple of chapters touched my core as new life flittered through the pages with main character Sarah going into labour. Now being a mum myself makes me realise the pain, anxiety and stress involved with the onset of motherhood, let alone with a husband out of the picture.

There's some truly lovely moments in here, which I won't spoil, that are really quite touching and others that will make you snigger. One of which involves dirty vegetables.

A Gift From Woolworths had me engaged from start to finish and although the horrific scenes of war have ended, it makes me sad that the book had to end. There's a lovely ending for the girls as they get the best of both in their lives, with family and their beloved Woolworths coming in to save the day. 

I've really enjoyed reading the latest segment of the Woolworths series from Elaine Everest and I look forward to seeing what's up next.



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