Will the war be over by Christmas?
As the war moves into 1945 the lives of the women of Woolworths continue. When store manager, Betty Billington, announces she is expecting Douglas's baby her future life is about to change more than she expects.
Freda has fallen in love with the handsome Scottish engineer but will it end happily?
Maisie loves being a mother and also caring for her two nieces although she still has her own dreams. When her brother appears on the scene he brings unexpected danger to the family.
Meanwhile Sarah dreams of her husband's return and a cottage with roses around the door but Woolworths beckons.
Will our girls sail into times of peace, or will they experience more heartache and sorrow? With a wedding on the horizon, surely only happiness lies ahead - or does it?
A Gift from Woolworths is the next installment in Elaine Everest's much-loved Woolworths series.
Elaine Everest was born and brought up in north-west Kent, where the Woolworths books are set, and was once a Woolworths girl herself. In addition to the Woolworths novels, she is also the author of a festive ebook short, Carols at Woolworths, featuring your favourite characters from the series.
Elaine has written widely - both short stories and features - for women's magazines. When she isn't writing, Elaine runs The Write Place creative writing school in Dartford, Kent, and the blog for the Romantic Novelists' Association.
Elaine lives with her husband, Michael, and their Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Henry, in Swanley, Kent.
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