The Kew Gardens Girls at War by Posy Lovell

Title:  The Kew Gardens Girls at War
Series:  Kew Gardens Girls, book 2 
Author: Posy Lovell
Publisher:  PENGUIN GROUP Putnam 
Genre:  General Fiction (Adult), Historical Fiction
Format:  Kindle
No. of Pages: 444
Date of Publication:  19 April, 2022
My Rating:  4 Stars

My Thoughts 

When I began this, I fell in love with the homefront women of this terrific sequel, which turned out to be just what I didn’t know I wanted to read. The story was strong and kept my attention and interest. 

This is the sequel to the fantastic The Kew Gardens Girls, which took place during the first world war. This novel is a wonderful one, buoyed by the sustaining friendships the characters in this built, this story touched on so many real issues during WWII. 


eARC kindly provided by Penguin Group Putnam and NetGalley. Opinions shared are mine.


Inspired by real events, a touching novel about a new class of courageous women who worked at London’s historic Kew Gardens during World War II.

In the face of war, gardening is their duty…

When Daisy Cooper’s new husband joins the RAF to fight the Battle of Britain, she’s terrified she’s going to lose him. So when her mother Ivy suggests she join the gardeners at Kew to keep busy, Daisy’s intrigued. After all, Ivy worked at Kew during the last great war and made lifelong friends along the way.
Louisa Armitage, not ready to hang up her gardening gloves just yet, and Beth Sanderson, an aspiring doctor looking to make a difference, decide to enlist as well. When tragedy strikes, the women are forced to come together to support one other during their darkest hours. But can the Kew Gardens Girls survive the horrors of war-torn London this time?


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