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  • Thoroughly enjoyed the read

    Wartime Blues for the Harper Girls was an enjoyable read and I found myself getting lost in the story of the Harper Girls. Although this is the 5th in the series , it is my first one I have read and now I have bought them all. That's how much I enjoyed this book and Rosie Clarke did an excellent job of giving enough of a back story so you can read it as a stand alone . I cant wait to read the series from Book 1 Rosie Clarke and the Harper Girls have a new fan!!

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  • Holding down the Homefront

    Holding down the Homefront The country is at war and the Girls working at Harper's department store are hanging together to keep things going on the homefront. They each have their own challenges during this time , but the girls help each other and others in their circle of friends. There are Losses and new loves, marriages and new children to bring to the world. The country is fighting the war, the ladies left on the homefront are fighting to keep home, life and work going as normal as possible. This book is another book about the Harper girls. I love these books they always lighten the day. They are a joy to read. I love the characters, the old ones and the new ones. These ladies are resourceful and helpful with love and grace. Maggie, Sally, Rachel and Marion are the four main characters. Lovely ladies with determination and faith. I love reading Rosie Clarke's books on the Harper girls as well as her other novels. This book did not disappoint and I would happily recommend it. Thanks to Rosie Clarke, Boldwood Books and NetGalley for allowing me to read a copy for my honest review.

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  • Heartbreaking and Heartwarming WWI Story

    As WWI rages on in 1917 London, the effects of war on Harpers store are felt as fewer people are able to afford much. So, employees must continue to find ways to economize yet offer items people need as well as give back to the community. Toys are in short supply so innovation is important. The Harper girls are back and new characters are introduced, too. I really like the combination of the old and new, in both the characters and story. It reminds me of regeneration which is a theme in this series. Though there is incredible heartache there is also joy as well old and new love. Some characters are married, some are not. But most men are fighting in the war and the women are taking care of business and families in their absence. Letters are scarce, worry is rife. Horrific injuries and illnesses are common but thankfully there are also recoveries. Again, the theme of healing, growth and survival. Not just survival but the determination to enjoy. My favourite characters in this story are Rachel, Sally and Maggie for different reasons. They have appealing traits and beautiful strength. Rosie Clarke and Historical Fiction/Women's Fiction fans ought to read this...you will find heartache, moving forward and hope amidst difficult circumstances. My sincere thank you to Boldwood Books and NetGalley for the privilege of reading this fabulous book.

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  • Heart warming

    Enjoyed it verymuch have read the rest of the series. Hope there are more to come.

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  • Harpers sagas

    Love reading these books about the Harper girls and there lives ,but I hate the endings as the story is never quite finished thats frustrating, when you move on to the next saga the author repeats the stories alot and thats annoying. Hopefully there is another one to come so we find out what happens to everyone.

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