book cover of A Sister\'s Fight
Added by 15 members

A Sister's Fight

A novel by

Readers love Emma Hornby:

***** 'Similar to Rosie Goodwin and Dilly Court, Emma Hornby tells a brilliant story that will keep you guessing . . . Pure talent.'
***** 'Emma Hornby's books just keep getting better and better. Honest, gritty, lovely characters.'
***** 'Emma is a wonderful storyteller and I can't wait for the next one!'
***** 'Another beautifully written story by Emma Hornby'


Bolton, Lancashire: 1943

Livvy knows that her family's survival rests on her shoulders - with her parents gone, it falls to her to support her grandfather, Morris, and younger sister, Joan. Times are tough, largely due to the hardships of war, and Livvy knows that she will struggle to keep her family safe with the meagre pay most jobs would afford her.

When US soldiers are stationed nearby, Livvy decides to take advantage of the opportunity to make some easy and, along with her best friend Vera, begins selling herself on the streets. Despite the harsh judgements of society, Livvy perseveres with her challenging choice and does the very best that she can for her family's sake.

As Joan grows older and wants to explore the freedoms that come with this, Livvy must be careful to hide her unsavoury secret from her family. But when one US soldier takes too much of a shine to her, Livvy's life begins to spiral out of control … will she be able to right things, or will everything she's fought to protect come crumbling down?

The third book in Emma Hornby's page-turning Worktown Girls at War series

Genre: Sagas

Visitors also looked at these books

About Fantastic Fiction       Information for Authors