Christmas season is near, and the Christmas reviews are here! Expect to see a lot of them pop up the next few weeks. Below is Christmas with the Ops Room Girls, about a group of WAAFs during WWII. Historical Fiction and Christmas all in one. Enjoy!
Christmas With The Ops Room Girls is the second in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force series by Vicki Beeby. May, a member of the WAAF during World War II, witnesses two evacuee children being separated and feels powerless to do anything. Meanwhile, Jess has volunteered her to play Prince Charming in a Christmas Pantomime. She is also getting uncomfortably close to Peter while dealing with memories from her past. She struggles to find the confidence and strength to handle all of these developments.
This book can be read separately, but characters from the first book show up midway through, so reading the first book would be helpful. This isn’t quite a cozy mystery, but there are mysteries to be solved and a slight crime subplot.
Overall, I found this book to be heartwarming and fun, and I would definitely recommend this series.
I received a free copy of this book from Canelo and Netgalley. My review is voluntary