The Wedding Girls

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If a wedding marks the first day of the rest of your life, then the story starts with the dress.

It's 1936 and the streets of London's East End are grimy and brutal, but in one corner of Bethnal Green it is forever Hollywood . . .

Herbie Taylor's photography studio is nestled in the heart of bustling Green Street. Tomboy Stella and troubled Winnie work in Herbie's studio; their best friend and hopeless romantic Kitty works next door as an apprentice dressmaker. All life passes through the studio, wishing to capture that perfect moment in time.

Kitty works tirelessly to create magical bridal gowns, but with each stitch she wonders if she'll ever get a chance to wear a white dress. Stella and Winnie sprinkle a dusting of Hollywood glamour over happy newly-weds, but secretly dream of escaping the East End . . .

Community is strong on Green Street, but can it stand the ultimate test? As clouds of war brew on the horizon, danger looms over the East End. Will the Wedding Girls find their happy ever afters, before it's too late?

An evocative tale of a time when women battled together to survive and do their bit in the most difficult of circumstances. [Secrets of the Singer Girls]
Ellie Dean
A poignant and moving story of the friendship of women during wartime Britain. [Secrets of the Singer Girls]
Val Wood
A riveting and wonderful read. [Secrets of the Singer Girls]
Mary Wood

About Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson is a journalist with twenty years' experience as a writer for the broadsheets and women's weekly magazines. She is now freelance, and as well as writing for newspapers, she's a seasoned ghostwriter. She is the author of the Sunday Times bestseller Secrets of the Singer Girls, Secrets of the Sewing Bee and The Wedding Girls.

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Books by Kate Thompson

Secrets of the Sewing Bee
Secrets of the Sewing Bee
Secrets of the Singer Girls
Secrets of the Singer Girls