Saturday, July 29, 2023

A Fond Farewell for the Tobacco Girls


I have not read any books of this series until this one.  I was surprised how quickly I fell in love with the Three M's.

I enjoyed this book and stayed up until 2 am last night to finish it.  I'm not sorry I lacked sleep and will feel yucky today.

I was hoping everything went well for Maisie, Phyllis and Bridget.  These were hard times.  I can't imagine what they had to go through.  The strength of these women were amazing.  

I think I need to look up the previous books and discover their back stories. Great book.



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A Fond Farewell For The Tobacco Girls

It has finally happened! The war is over and Europe rejoices.
May 1945 – VE Day
After battling against the odds, the three friends are uncertain of their futures.
Maisie Miles must wait on tenterhooks for Japan to surrender and for poor Sid to return home. Will they still be sweethearts and have a future together? But tragedy strikes when Maisie's lodger Carole dies leaving 2-year-old Paula orphaned, Maisie is determined to keep the child she has grown to love 
as her own.

Meanwhile Bridget O’Neill’s husband has been patiently waiting her arrival in America but Bridget’s been struggling to leave her family and friends behind. Will she stay or will she go?

Phyllis Fairbrother receives the devastating news that husband Mick has relapsed and suffering a life 
changing diagnosis. Their dreams of a new life in Australia lie in tatters, or so she thinks. With a new dawn, there are high hopes and boundless dreams.

Can the Tobacco Girls unite once more to overcome life’s troubles and find the happiness they so deserve?

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Author Bio –
Lizzie Lane is the author of over 50 books, a number of which have been bestsellers. She was born 
and bred in Bristol where many of her family worked in the cigarette and cigar factories. This has 
inspired her saga series for Boldwood The Tobacco Girls.
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