The third book in the Raven Hall Saga.
North Yorkshire, 1941.
It’s been two years since war broke out and the dangers of war are becoming ever more real for the Calvert-Lazenby family. With Raven Hall requisitioned as a maternity hospital, Rosina is rushed off her feet helping to care for the new young mothers and barely has the time to worry about young sergeant Harry who has been posted abroad. Until foreboding news arrives . . .
Meanwhile, against Rosina’s wishes, eighteen-year-old Connie decides to leave school and move to Scarborough to train as a carpenter’s apprentice, sharing a flat with her friend Stella and the mysterious Valentine. Valentine is enigmatic and Connie would love to get to know her better, but little does she know how things will get much worse for them both . . .
Nowhere is safe in wartime.