Lizzie Angel has an indomitable spirit and, being the eldest of five, she needs it. With the end of the the Second World War, Lizzie and her family expect the hard times to end, but during the harsh winter of 1947, life seems harder than ever. With Lizzie's father hell bent on emigrating to Australia, Lizzie must decide between family loyalty and the love of her life, Rob Thompson. But Rob, damaged by his experiences during the war, seems unable to return Lizzie's love, and she begins to wonder whether they'll ever have a future together.Susan Angel didna#39;t take too kindly to the news that her elder sister was going to get married. ... Jane also knew how to dress, and to make the most out of her clothing coupons, and as her parents let her have anything she wanted, ... great panache, such as a small cotton scarf thrown recklessly around her neck, or a pair of tiny clip earrings used to set off a brooch her mother had given her years before.
|Title||:||Flying with the Angels|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-05-24|