Pamela Evans con On Her Own Two Feet: Despite heartbreak and war, a mother dreams of a better life
A young mother refuses to give up hope in the face of hardship, abandonment and war.
Bringing the Keep Fit movement vividly to life in 1940s' London, Pam Evans' family saga, On Her Own Two Feet, will inspire and enthral anyone who has ever dared to dream of a better life. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Nadine Dorries.
'A special kind of warmth with all the right ingredients' - Lancashire Evening Post
In the middle of a party to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935, Mollie Fisher's good-for-nothing husband walks out on his wife and baby girl. Luckily, Mollie has a loving family to turn to for help. Mollie's mother, Marge, is delighted to look after baby Esme while Mollie goes out to work. Meanwhile, her nan, Nora, encourages Mollie to join a local keep fit class, which opens her eyes to a whole new world.
Determined to better herself, Mollie qualifies as a fitness instructor and starts to run her own classes for the local community, where she befriends a group of women she would never have known existed. But with the outbreak of the Second World War and the ever-present danger of losing her loved ones in the London bombings, it takes courage for Mollie to stand on her own two feet...
What readers are saying about On Her Own Two Feet:
'I absolutely loved this book, so family orientated and romantic'
'Pam does it again!'