Home Sweet Home
A Wartime Friend
The war has had a devastating effect on the Sweet Family with young Charlie Sweet, lost at sea, presumed dead and bombs falling on nearby Bristol.
Still there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon in the form of Mary Sweet’s upcoming wedding to her Canadian beau. But even that has failed to rouse their father from his grief.
But in London a baby has been found in a bombed out house, sheltered in the arms of his dead mother. A child to make life worth living again...
Will they meet again?
Frances Sweet can’t really remember her real parents. Brought up by her uncle, her cousins Ruby and Mary have always treated her like their little sister.
As the war continues to keep her cousins separated from the men they love – Frances is growing up fast enough to catch the eye of dashing American soldier Declan. But she also has a greater longing – to find the mother who abandoned her years before…
Will an unlikely friendship be enough to save them?
After escaping a train bound for a death camp with a trusty German Shepherd dog, a girl wakes to find that she has no memory of her former life.
Lily is fostered by the kind RAF pilot who found her and his wife, Meg. It is not long before their lives are disrupted once again by the war and, with their home in ruins, they are forced to flee to the country.
In the Somerset countryside, Lily is reunited with Rudy, the heroic German Shepherd. However it soon becomes clear that Rudy is not just her companion, he is protecting her too, and someone wants him out of the way…
New paperback books published by Ebury
Book Dimensions: 20cm x 13 cm
Lizzie Lane has written many books and also writes under the name of Jeannie Johnson. Wartime Friend is a stand alone novel and War Baby and Home Sweet Home are part of the Sweet Sisters series.