Victory for the East End Angels
The war is almost over - and it's up to the East End Angels to keep the home fires burning!
Frankie's fiance, a doctor, is away looking after the troops in Europe - will he return safely home?
Winnie has a happy secret - but can she carry on at Station 75 when she's going to have a baby?
Bella is intrigued by her new friend, a Polish airman.
As the war ends and victory is in...more
Victory for the East End Angels is the fourth and final book in the series, but my Second Book.
It can be read as a standalone but I do recommend reading them all as you miss out a little on getting to know the characters more, and they really are loveable characters.
Bella, Winnie and Frankie are back and warmly known as the East End Angels.
We follow their trials and tribulations as ambulance workers throughout WW2 and how the war imp ...more
Bella, Winnie, and Frankie are the East End Angels. The series has followed their lives and loves during the second world war.
The women work at Station 75 as ambulance drivers/attendants. The war is finally coming to an end and yet the danger is in some ways worse. With the ...more
Winnie, Frankie, and Bella’s journey as East End Angels ends in this fourth book of the East End Angels series. Their time together began in 1939. Together, they faced many challenges through the years as part of an ambulance station crew as the bombs rained down in London. What happens to them as the end of World War II finally nears? The long-awaited peace brings joy, and also changes.
Author Rosie Hendry has once again given us a ...more
What a charming tale of spirited, strong and determined women doing their best through the trying circumstances of the end of the war.
I read this book having not read any of the previous ones in the series and it does work well as a standalone but I do believe you’d possibly have more of an emotional connection to the characters if you had ‘lived through’ their past. I was truly swept into their world, but I believe if you are a fa ...more
It's clear, as I meet these ladies for the first time, that they have formed an incredible bond, having faced many challenges tog ...more
Set in the last year of the Second World War, you get to sample life as it must have been in London. The V2 rockets and Doodlebugs have brought the threat of destruction right into the heart of the city and you have to marvel at the courage of the Ambulance Service who go out, no matter what, to help its victims. There is masses of period detail within the story and you appreciate how the War has affected every aspect of daily life, right down to the rationing of food. Some are driven to despe ...more
Winnie, Frankie and Bella are back. Its 1944 and they have just gone through the blitz. They are not only worried for their own safety but that of loved ones away at war. All three work at Station 75 as ambulance women working 24 hour shifts transporting casualties to hospital and very often digging them out from the rubble of a raid. This is the fourth book in the series and whilst it could be read alone it would make more sense having read the others first and why miss out on three other crack ...more
The girls worked together throughout the blitz in the East End of London as ambulance workers. Their work is heartbreaking yet so essential and it has meant that the girls now have a tight, unbreakable bond. The people of the East End have seen families destroyed and homes are gone forever. Many still yearn for lov ...more
I love historical fiction and really enjoyed the insight during this story as to what the women at home endured whilst their men were away fighting. I instantly loved Wi ...more
I have really enjoyed this series as well as this book
This is the final one as it goes up to the the end of the end of the war
I loved how the stories of the people lives
I can recommend this series but does need to be read in order