• A Wrens' Wartime Christmas

  • The Wrens, Book 2
  • By: Vicki Beeby
  • Narrated by: Bethan Rose Young
  • Length: 9 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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German U-boats are getting through the defences. In this wonderfully heartwarming and gripping saga by Vicki Beeby, it's up to the Wrens to stop them.

After her fiancé dies in the sinking of the Royal Oak, Mary finds herself stationed in Orkney, still battling her grief. With Iris and Sally by her side, she is gradually overcoming her loss and is surprised to be helped by the irascible Joe.

Joe is a signalman aboard the Kelpie and his cheeky Morse code messages to Mary while she's on shift bring her cheer and exasperation in equal measure. With Christmas round the corner, Mary is opening herself back up to the festive spirit—and to love.

But the Germans keep slipping through Scapa Flow's defences, somehow avoiding triggering any of the Navy's alarms. Could someone on land be guiding them? If so, can Mary, Iris and Sally figure out who and stop them before more lives are lost?

©2022 Vicki Beeby (P)2022 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Enjoyable series

I enjoy the WW2 trope & found this book enjoyable, though is always sad at the number of souls lost during the wars.
On a few occasions i found the naivete of " The Girls" rather exasperating but reminded myself that these were, indeed, different times.
Narration very good, Bethan nailed all the accents which was appreciated.
Cant wait for Vicki's next book, with thanks x