More lovely The Wartime Vet reviews

The Wartime Vet is out now in ebook and paperback. Audiobook coming soon!

And thanks once again to all you lovely book bloggers and reviewers out there!

I enjoyed this tale… It was great getting to know the characters, and some parts of the story were sad and emotional. – Dee Groocock ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This story gives a fascinating perspective of life in England during the Second World War from the viewpoint of a working female vet. – The Magic Armchair Traveller

I really, really enjoyed it. I thought it was a great book. – Reads and Eats (YouTube)



Wartime Wishes for the Land Girls cover reveal!

Wartime Wishes for the Land Girls

We’re thrilled to reveal the cover of the next Ellie Curzon novel, Wartime Wishes for the Land Girls! It’s out on 3rd September, but you can preorder the ebook on Amazon now!

We hope you’ll love a Christmas trip to Bramble Heath.

In the darkest days of war, can a land girl’s wish come true?

England, 1943. With Christmas days away, the land girls of Gosling Farm are full of merriment, fetching boughs of holly and cutting down trees. Only Lottie feels far from festive cheer after her sister’s death in an air raid. But with the help of handsome vicar and injured veteran Matthew, she begins to feel hopeful once more.

Then one frosty night, a German bomber plane crashes nearby. A survivor is missing, injured and in desperate need of help. With their own brave airmen risking their lives in the snowy skies overhead, the kindness of the village is tested like never before. But as Matthew preaches goodwill to his flock, his passion captures Lottie’s heart, as well as his sparkling blue eyes…

But this is no ordinary German airman: his capture would change the course of the war. Soon the eyes of Churchill and the whole country are on the little English village. And amid the chaos, Matthew’s young niece Daisy goes missing. As they desperately search the countryside, Lottie sends out a wish to the bright winter moon: keep Daisy safe.

With a blizzard raging and an enemy airman out there in the dark, can the land girls and their brave vicar rescue Daisy? And although the war feels closer than ever, will Lottie and Matthew find their own happy ever after in time for Christmas day?

More lovely reviews for our latest novel, The Wartime Vet!

Once again, thank you, all you book bloggers and reviewers out there! The Wartime Vet is out now in ebook and paperback.

I love Bramble Heath. This series has been fantastic, I’m so grateful I was able to discover it. – Bookedwithmel

I really enjoyed The Wartime Vet because it offers something a bit different than the books I’ve read in the past set during this time. I was gripped from start to finish. I didn’t want to stop reading. – The Book Lover’s Boudoir

This was such a great story that had amazing characters and the book had me turning pages till the very end. – Redbookreview

More reviews for The Wartime Vet!

The Wartime Vet is out now in ebook and paperback. Audiobook coming soon!

The Wartime Vet by Ellie Curzon is a marvellous historical novel. – Christian Bookaholic

I enjoyed this one so much! It’s a nice twist on the typical WW2 setting! Part historical fiction & part cozy mystery with a dash of sweet romance mixed in. – Thebooknerdmomma

It’s impossible not to fall under The Wartime Vet’s spell. A heart-rending, poignant and beautifully written tale that will bring many a tear to the eye, The Wartime Vet is a wonderful story of second chances, fresh starts and falling in love in the most unlikely of situations that will thrill and delight historical fiction fans. – Bookish Jottings


The Wartime Vet reviews – hot off the press!

Thanks so much to all you book bloggers and reviewers out there! We just wanted to share with you from The Wartime Vet’s blog tour, which kicked off today! The Wartime Vet is out now in ebook and paperback.

A heartwarming story with plenty of mystery and some romance too. – Shortbookthyme on Instagram

The Wartime Vet was a gorgeous and engaging read… Laura, the villagers and the Land Girls along with many more made for a read that had intrigue, danger, suspense and romance. – Emma’s review at Shaz’s Book Blog

A tense read at times but it’s one of those books that makes you feel good to be British. When we all come together and fight the good fight together there is nothing we can’t achieve. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Sue Plant on Goodreads