Polly's guardian angel has to work overtime when her large family is forced to move to central Liverpool. With a hardworking mother, a sick father and her family close to ruin, Polly is easily led astray by the handsome, Sunny Anderson.
But soon war looms, and Sunny joins the navy to train as a signaller. After the horrors of the May blitz, Polly decides she too wants to help her country and goes into the WRNS. She hears that an old flame, Tad Donoghue, is now in the Royal Air Force. Tad hopes to be reunited with his Polly, but she is in love with Sunny . . . isn't she?
"A good read."
"'Arrow's best and biggest saga author. She's good'"
"'If you pick up a Katie Flynn book it's going to be a wrench to put it down again'"
"'A heartwarming story of love and loss'"
"'[Katie Flynn] has the gift that Catherine Cookson had of bringing the period and the characters to life'"
The author, who wrote over 90 books under the pseudonymns Katie Flynn and Judith Saxton, passed away on 1 January.