The Married Girls

The Married Girls

BRAND NEW FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE SISTERS OF ST. CROIX, THE THROWAWAY CHILDREN AND THE GIRL WITH NO NAME.

Wynsdown, 1949. In the small Somerset village of Wynsdown, Charlotte Shepherd is happily married to farmer Billy. She arrived from Germany on the Kindertransport as a child during the war and now feels settled in her adopted home.

Meanwhile, the squire's fighter pilot son, Felix, has returned to the village with a fiancée in tow. Daphne is beautiful, charming... and harbouring secrets. After meeting during the war, Felix knows some of Daphne's past, but she has worked hard to conceal that which could unravel her carefully built life.

For Charlotte, too, a dangerous past is coming back in the shape of fellow refugee, bad boy Harry Black. Forever bound by their childhoods, Charlotte will always care for him, but Harry's return disrupts the village quiet and it's not long before gossip spreads.

The war may have ended, but for these girls, trouble is only just beginning.

Title:The Married Girls
Edition Language:English
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    The Married Girls Reviews

  • Sue

    This is book 2I suggest you read book 1 as it definitely is not a standalone and you will miss out on vital things appertaining to this one.The Girl With No Name is book 1Set yourself back to 1949 and...

  • booksofallkinds

    What can I say about THE MARRIED GRILS by Diney Costeloe? Well for starters I can begin with how much I love this beautifully endearing, at times devastating, and overall captivating, novel. The autho...

  • Mary Diebel

    Good sequelI liked following Charlotte's life. Didn't enjoy the first few chapters about Harry. I just wanted to read about the women....

  • Sophie (Blogger)

    Ever since I read The Lost Soldier I have been a fan of Diney's books, her writing is brilliant and always makes me want to keep reading, even when it is 2am and I should be asleep! I have read The Gi...

  • Emily

    I liked this follow-up to The Girl With No Name enough to pay for a Kindle copy, since my library didn't have it, but I didn't care for it as much as the first book in the series. I thought too many p...

  • Tamra

    WARNING: Don’t buy this book! Not 4 or 5 Stars like all the reviews!!!What the heck was that? I just finished and I’m pretty ticked off! How horrible to end the book this way! Shame on the author ...

  • Emma

    This book is a disappointment, the title has little relevance to the story. As a reader I am waiting for the climax and was left wanting. I couldn't see the point of Harry Black, removing him from the...

  • Shirley Revill

    I loved the book so much I also listened to the audiobook as well.Lies,deceit, tragedy this book has it all and it was a real pleasure to read this story.Absolutely loved and would recommend to anyone...

  • Nan Williams

    This sequel to “The Girl with No Name” was not just lacking in “zing,” but in the feeling that the author was into her story. It seemed that Costeloe was hogtied into penning a sequel when she...

  • Jeanne

    Diney Costeloe has another hit with this work of historical fiction. There were many sub-plots in this story, a couple of which were quite risque for post - WWII England. Wrapped up with a happy endin...