Land Girls - Christmas on the Home Front (Land Girls, Book 3)

By Roland Moore

It’s the last Christmas of the war but will things ever be the same again?

Christmas 1944

Despite the food rationing and the bitterly cold weather, the land girls of Pasture Farm, Connie Carter, Joyce Fisher and Esther Reeves, are determined to celebrate this Christmas in style. The fighting might still be raging, but they all hope this could be the last Christmas of this dreaded war.

But as the day approaches, word spreads in sleepy Helmstead that two German Airmen are on the run. With everyone on high alert, the mood is tense and the women take no chances. Until the German airmen find them…

Trapped at Pasture Farm with the enemy, the women are determined to find a way to freedom and overpower the airmen. But it means risking everything… including their lives.

Readers are LOVING Christmas on the Home Front

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘I loved loved this book. The author captures it in a way that you are a part of the story itself! Amazing! Read it in one sitting ’ Carly, NetGalley Reviewer

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘What an utterly FANTASTIC book. I was totally captivated and transported back in time, excellent plot and so well executed nothing was left out’ Jeanie, NetGalley

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Loved this saga. Beautiful setting, characters and add in Christmas, a warm wonderful novel. Will be recommending this to all readers who want to escape the real world into this magical one‘ Abby, NetGalley

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘A fantastic read with all the characters we love’ Lisa, NetGalley

Format: ebook
Release Date: 14 Nov 2019
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-820442-6
Roland Moore is a scriptwriter and novelist who created the award-winning BBC1 series Land Girls. He also adapted The Witch of Grich for television as a twelve-part international series and created a comedy drama for Chinese television. His film credits include 2:hrs and White Oak. He lives just outside London.You can find out more about Roland on Twitter @RolandMooreTV or at

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”'An evocative recreation of the past” - BBC History Magazine

”'Girl Power!” - TV Choice

”'Charming” - TV Easy

”'A sparkling jewel” - TV Times

”'A real daytime drama treat” - Inside Soap Magazine

”'Classy drama” - TV and Satellite Week

”'Fabulous new drama” - Hot TV