In 1991 an unknown writer published her first ever full length saga. Her name was Elizabeth Elgin, the book was â€˜ALL THE SWEET PROMISESâ€™ and the result was a publishing sensation!
Overnight this Yorkshire born-and-bred grandmother found herself being acclaimed as one of the most exciting discoveries of the new decade. According to â€˜The Mail on Sundayâ€™, â€˜ALL THE SWEET PROMISESâ€™ numbered among the UKâ€™s top ten romantic best-sellers and within days it had swept onto other best-seller lists the length and breadth of the country.
â€˜ALL THE SWEET PROMISESâ€™ was a book written from the heart. Like her three heroines, Elizabeth Elgin was a Wren during the Second World War and saw active service throughout the United Kingdom. The story she told captured the unrepeatable spirit of Britain during those dark years and captured the hearts and minds of myriad readers â€“ both young and old alike.