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The second book in an emotional and heartwarming WWII series. For fans of Ellie Dean and Annie Groves. 

Dover, 1940

As the Battle of Britain rages, the Castle family are standing their ground at the heart of the community, running Castle's Café. German guns shell Dover and danger lurks around every corner, but despite this, Lily Castle is excited to be starting her nursing career at last. 

Lily is enjoying her life. She's a good nurse, has a group of friends at the hospital and there is romance on the horizon. That is until her world comes crashing down around her. When she tries to help an injured prisoner of war at the hospital, she ends up implicated in a crime. With her career, relationships and reputation at stake, Lily must fight to clear her name - before it's too late.

Meanwhile, there are strange goings on at the café. Rumours are circulating, and there are secrets that won't stay hidden for long. Secrets that could tear the Castle family apart - once and for all.

©2021 Ginny Bell (P)2021 Bonnier Books UK

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A must read

Fantastic story, you really feel like you know the characters, I'd highly recommend this series. Can't wait until the next one.

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very good

really enjoyed and bring on 2022 for no3! gets you emotionally invested in the characters

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Another great story.

I don’t usually write reviews but I feel I must with this one. The story continues and the characters are so believable. The narration was excellent too. It will be another long wait for the next book. Something to look forward to.