Sadie loves to have the best of everything, and she and Dylan have been flirting over social media. When Dylan decides he wants to ask her out, he turns to their mutual acquaintance, Randal, for help. Randal spots a small problem: Sadie won’t like Dylan because he’s an dishonest, smug, unpleasant, unemployed, cynical coward. Dylan says it’s fine – as long as she doesn’t find out.
The Factory Girls of Lark Lane
1940, Liverpool: Alice Turner and her best friend, Millie Markham, work for the war effort at Rootes munitions factory, making shell caps and Halifax bombers. Alice’s sweetheart Terry is home from the front for a brief period of leave. She’s been in love with him since school, and the women are excitedly planning a whirlwind wedding. But the honeymoon is soon over. Terry must go back to the dangers of Nazi-occupied France, and the ever-present air raid sirens quickly bring Alice back down to earth. When a terrible explosion at the factory leads to a tragic death, Millie receives devastating news, and a loved one is announced missing in action, the heartbreak of war is suddenly all too real.