When Wishes Come True: A moving wartime saga of love, motherhood and freedom

Evelyn Sinclair and her daughter, Amelia, have never known the joy that true love and happiness can bring A huge misunderstanding between Evelyn and her father in law forced her to leave home with Amelia when she was born, and since then Evelyn has struggled to make ends meet in one of Liverpool s poorest backstreets, refusing to accept offers of help or friendship from kEvelyn Sinclair and her daughter, Amelia, have never known the joy that true love and happiness can bring A huge misunderstanding between Evelyn and her father in law forced her to leave home with Amelia when she was born, and since then Evelyn has struggled to make ends meet in one of Liverpool s poorest backstreets, refusing to accept offers of help or friendship from kindly neighbours.It is only when Evelyn falls in love with a very special gentleman that she begins to see things in a different light She realises that she has selfishly denied Amelia the chance to have real friends in a community that is bursting with life She learns that there is joy to be had in helping others And, if everyone s wishes are to come true, Evelyn knows she must reunite her daughter with a family who have been searching for her
When Wishes Come True A moving wartime saga of love motherhood and freedom Evelyn Sinclair and her daughter Amelia have never known the joy that true love and happiness can bring A huge misunderstanding between Evelyn and her father in law forced her to leave home with Ame

  • Title: When Wishes Come True: A moving wartime saga of love, motherhood and freedom
  • Author: Joan Jonker
  • ISBN: 9780755303182
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “When Wishes Come True: A moving wartime saga of love, motherhood and freedom”

    1. So good and true to the the time with a great sense of humourGood book will make you laugh and cry about how tough life was and the importance of good friends and neighbours

    2. This book didn't have very many redeeming qualities. Long boring dialogue and a main character that was unlikable, I ending up speed reading through the whole last part.

    3. Good ReadWhat a great book to read, couldn't read it fast enough as I was gripped from the very first page

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