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You Are My Sunshine

Rosie Archer

3 Reviews

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East Asia, Far East, Second World War fiction, Sagas, Historical fiction

A heart-warming story of friendship and love, set during WW2. Perfect for fans of Pam Howes, Elaine Everest and Nancy Revell.

1944, the darkest days of the war.

Trixie and Vi are back in Gosport and doing their bit to help Britain win the war. Felling trees is backbreaking, but at least they know they're doing vital work.

Trixie has a new boyfriend, Eddie. He's charming, handsome, and always flush with cash - a real Gosport catch, though Vi isn't so sure. Something about Eddie doesn't seem quite right, and Vi will do anything to convince Trixie that she's making a mistake with this relationship.

Though Trixie loves Eddie, she finds it hard to forget Cy, the man she fell in love with at the start of the War, who was declared missing in action. As the bombs fall on Gosport both girls have big decisions to make.

Will their friendship carry them through the hardest days?

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What readers are saying about Rosie Archer

'An amazing read' 5* Reader Review

'Kept me hooked from the beginning' 5* Reader Review

'Great characterisation' 5* Reader Review

'A wonderful storyteller' 5* Reader Review

'Heart-warming' 5* Reader Review

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Praise for You Are My Sunshine

  • Rich in period detail and, as always, passion, drama, friendship and family take star billing. A warm and appealing story - Lancashire Evening Post on THE BLUEBIRD GIRLS

  • This warm, nostalgic and gritty wartime series sings out loudly about the power of friendship, family and community - Blackpool Gazette on THE FORCES' SWEETHEARTS

  • Brimming with nostalgia, drama, friendships and the popular songs of wartime - Chorley Guardian on THE BLUEBIRD GIRLS

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Rosie Archer

Rosie Archer was born in Gosport, Hampshire, where she still lives. She has had a variety of jobs including waitress, fruit picker, barmaid, shop assistant and market trader selling second-hand books. Rosie is the author of several Second World War sagas set on the south coast of England, as well as a series of gangster sagas under the name June Hampson.

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