The Teashop Girls
The Teashop Girls is a warm and moving tale of friendship and love in wartime, by the bestselling author of the Woolworths series, Elaine Everest.
It is early 1940 and World War Two has already taken a hold on the country. Rose Neville works as a Lyon’s Teashop Nippy on the Kent coast alongside her childhood friends, the ambitious Lily and Katie, whose fiancé is about to be posted overseas in the navy. As war creates havoc in Europe, Rose relies on the close friendship of her friends and her family.
When Capt. Benjamin Hargreaves enters the teashop one day, Rose is immediately drawn to him. But as Lyon’s forbids courting between staff and customers, she tries to put the handsome officer out of her mind.
In increasingly dark and dangerous times, Rose fears there may not be time to waste. But is the dashing captain what he seems?
Praise for Elaine Everest
'Heartwarming . . . a must read' - Woman's Own
'A warm, tender tale of friendship and love' - Milly Johnson
'A lovely read' - Bella
In the media
Heartwarming . . . a must-read
A warm, tender tale of friendship and love . . . sweet as a Woolies pick’n’mix
Milly Johnson on The Woolworths Girls
A lovely read
Bella on The Woolworths Girls
Elaine brings the heyday of the iconic high-street giant to life in her charming novel
S Magazine on The Woolworths Girls