While the men are off fighting, the women keep the country moving…
July 1914: Britain is in turmoil as WW1 begins to change the world. While the young men disappear off to foreign battlefields, the women left at home throw themselves into jobs meant for the boys.
Hiding her privileged background and her suffragette past, Constance
Copeland signs up to be a Clippie - collecting money and giving out tickets - on the trams, despite her parents’ disapproval.
Constance, now known as Connie, soon finds there is more to life than the wealth she was born into and she soon makes fast friends with lively fellow Clippies, Betty and Jean, as well as growing closer to the charming, gentle Inspector Robert Caldwell.
But Connie is haunted by another secret; and if it comes out, it could destroy her new life.
After war ends and the men return to take back their roles, will Connie find that she can return to her previous existence? Or has she been changed forever by seeing a new world through the tram windows?
A captivating, lively, romantic saga set in WW1 that will engross fans of Johanna Bell and Jenny Holmes.
Readers love Lynn Johnson's captivating WW1 sagas:
‘an emotional, captivating read which is perfect for anyone who loves a good saga!’ Over The Rainbow Book Blog
A poignant, emotional and heart-wrenching read…best read with a box of tissues handy’ Bookish Jottings
‘This truly was a fabulous story from beginning to end and I struggled to put it down!... richly detailed, beautifully written and the storyline along with the characters was enthralling’ Rose is Reading
‘heartwarmingand emotional. I absolutely love the story line…I really enjoyed the setting and the characters. If you enjoy historical fiction, this is definitely a book to read!’ Jessica Belmont Book Reviews
‘heartbreaking,emotive and well researched …This is an easy, enjoyable and informative read, recommended for lovers of historical fiction.’ Waggy Tales
‘An excellent historical fiction that had me compulsively turning the pages.’ Books and Bookends
‘Overall, I loved it. There were lots of moments that made me gasp and others that almost made me cry, and then there were those that made me smile and sigh.’ Jess Bookish Life
‘Johnson has a Cookson flair…she does capture the heart and soul of her characters.’ Cheryl M-M Book Reviews
‘a step back in time with a young protagonist who pulled on my heart strings…I really enjoyed my first introduction to this author’ By The Letter Book Reviews