With the men on the front line, courageous Ellie must do her bit for the war effort.
It's 1939 and the threat of war hangs over the country...
Flying instructor Ellie Simpson has grown up a tomboy. She's never had an interest in the latest fashions or finding a husband, her only passion is flying her beloved Tiger Moth. But when war is declared, she is no longer be able to do what she loves most - fly.
When Ellie is offered the opportunity to join the Women's Auxiliary Air Force, she jumps at the chance to help keep the brave boys in the RAF safe. But when tragedy strikes close to home, Ellie realises that this war could tear both the country she loves - and her heart - apart...
Perfect for fans of Nancy Revell, Rosie Archer and Daisy Styles.
Praise for Fenella J. Miller:
'The perfect ingredients for a cracking good read. well recommended' Jean Fullerton.
'I've enjoyed all the books in this series' Cheryl.
'I love the way Fenella creates an escape from the real world for me every single time when I read her books' KMW.
'I would highly recommend this book' Mrs S Hall.
Previously published as Blue Skies and Tiger Moths.
The Spitfire Girl
When I bought it I did not know it was one of two books, might have been my fault but, it was not made obvious IMO . . . so I read the entire book waiting for her to train in Spitfires and all it was was a love story ? or was it ? Why was it not obvious it was a two book deal, Kinda felt like false advertising. Had I not have been waiting through most of the book then I might have enjoyed it more. Unclear.