A comforting story set against the nation's favourite holiday camp, from bestselling author of The Woolworths Girls 'Molly Missons gazed around in awe.
So this was Butlin's. Whitewashed buildings, bordered by rhododendrons, gave a cheerful feeling to a world still recovering from six years of war.
The Skegness holiday camp covered a vast area, much larger than Molly expected to see.' Molly Missons hasn't had the best of times recently.
Having lost her parents, now some dubious long-lost family have darkened her door - attempting to steal her home and livelihood...After a horrendous ordeal, Molly applies for a job as a Butlin's Aunty.
When she receives news that she has got the job, she immediately leaves her small home town - in search of a new life in Skegness. Molly finds true friendship in Freda, Bunty and Plum.
But the biggest shock is discovering that star of the silver screen, Johnny Johnson, is working at Butlin's as head of the entertainment team.
Johnny takes an instant liking to Molly and she begins to shed the shackles of her recent traumas.
Will Johnny be just the distraction Molly needs - or is he too good be to be true?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 400 pages
- Publisher: Pan Macmillan
- Publication Date: 04/05/2017
- Category: Sagas
- ISBN: 9781447295532
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