A heartwarming saga, from the ebook bestselling author of THE WORKHOUSE WAIF
Sixteen-year-old Lottie Perkins has an important decision to make...
Conditions at the match factory she works at are dire. The girls get treated badly by the management and there is a severe risk to their health. But then a young journalist, Annie Besant, begins asking questions. Will Lottie and the other girls welcome her help, even when it could cost them their jobs - and their livelihoods...?
Please note: this edition contains editorial revisions
RONE award nominated author, Lynette Rees, is a former writing therapist, tutor and mentor.
She has written in many genres and has seen a huge success with her self-published books. Workhouse Waif hit the Amazon Kindle bestseller list and was no 1 in 'Victorian Historical Romance'. It is the first in a series of orphan sagas, published by Quercus Books in the UK.