The Tobacco Girls cling together as they realise that the clouds of war are turning dark, the world is becoming more dangerous and their lives more unpredictable.
Bridget Milligan's big, happy family fragments when her siblings are evacuated to North Devon, then a letter from America further fills her with dismay.
Maisie Miles' safe haven from both Eddie Bridgeman and her father is jeopardised and she is forced to move on, but where to this time?
Phyllis Mason is struck down by tragedy and her life spirals downwards into despair until a new horizon beckons, but also perhaps great danger...
Regardless of the rationing, shortages and an ever-worsening situation, the Tobacco Girls all pull together and hope for better days to come.
Praise for Lizzie Lane:
'A gripping saga and a storyline that will keep you hooked' Rosie Goodwin
'The Tobacco Girls is another heartwarming tale of love and friendship and a must-read for all saga fans.' Jean Fullerton
'Lizzie Lane opens the door to a past of factory girls, redolent with life-affirming friendship, drama, and choices that are as relevant today as they were then.' Catrin Collier
'If you want an exciting, authentic historical saga then look no further than Lizzie Lane.' Fenella J Miller