Nobody does nostalgia and romance like Pamela Evans! A heartwarming wartime saga of evacuation and hardship set in West London and rural Wales.
As German bombs wreak havoc on West London, for Morgan's Dairy it s business as usual. But when Megan Stubbs' father, Dai Morgan, is killed in an air raid, she is devastated and braves the ravaged streets alone to do his milk round by horse and cart. At least her twin girls have been evacuated and are safely tucked away in a Welsh village. When peace is finally declared in 1945 and the boys come home, Megan joins in with the general jubilation. But the reunion with her husband also brings heartache for Megan, as she is nursing her own battle scars...
Pamela Evans was born and brought up in Hanwell in the Borough of Ealing, London, the youngest of six children. She has two sons and five grandchildren, and now lives in Wales.