Perfect for fans of Donna Douglas, Rosie Clarke and Katie Flynn, a heart-warming saga set during World War II from bestselling author Margaret Mayhew.
“As always with Margaret Mayhew books, this one hasn’t failed to please…”—Reader review
“Brilliant story, held me in its grasp…”—Reader review
“I STILL REMEMBER THE YANKS, ALMOST MORE THAN I DO THE WAR…” -- A Suffolk Woman.
August 1943. A fighter group of US airmen descends upon the quiet and sleepy village of King’s Thorpe in Northamptonshire. The village has never seen the like of them before: they are glamorous, rich, exciting and full of bravado.
While some of the older residents are dismayed, many of the younger ones cannot help but be won over by their charms.
And for many – including young Sally Barnet from the bakery, Agnes Dawe – the Rector’s daughter, and newly-widowed Lady Beauchamp, they will have a long lasting impact.
It will be a summer many will never forget…