Winter on the Mersey by Annie Groves

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This is your chance to read the brand new book from Annie Groves, bestselling author of Christmas on the Mersey and London Belles. ! The latest in her Mersey series is the perfect Christmas saga.

We’re giving 5 lucky reading groups the chance to win 10 copies of Winter on the Mersey to read and review! We would love to hear your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook via @W6BookCafe and @HarperFiction using #WinterontheMersey, or on Amazon and Goodreads!

About the book

Kitty has seen her fair share of tragedy and instead of thinking about romance, is determined to do her bit for King and country. Her life as a WREN means she is kept busy much of the time, but when Kitty finds herself stationed back home on Merseyside, she meets up again with Frank Feeny, the brave young officer who has always held a place in her heart.

Britain is on the verge of victory, but will Kitty embrace the future and learn to love again?

Praise for Annie Groves:

‘Heartwrenching and uplifting in equal measure – a tragic indictment of what can happen when you swap passion for duty. Roll on the sequel!’ Take a Break

Closing date 31 October

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