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To the student nurses at The Nightingale hospital, the ward sisters are heartless and frightening, with impossibly high standards. But the sisters have troubles of their own...

Dora, the student nurse is struggling with her heartbreak over Nick, the man who got away. A new arrival on the ward brings the chance to put a smile back on her face. But can she really get over Nick so easily?

Dora's fellow student Millie is also torn between the two men in her life. But then an unexpected friendship with an elderly patient makes her question where her heart really lies.

©2013 Donna Douglas (P)2013 Soundings

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Throughly enjoyed the second book in this series.

I so enjoyed following the stories of the Nightingale girls as they worked through their second year of nursing school. The author's attention to the field of nursing and historical detail is engaging. She is a wonderful story teller. I will order the third in the series. Also the actress who performs in the Audible book is marvelous.

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I have loved reading the series!

All of the characters are real and entertaining! The storyline is intriguing and very interesting for each of the characters. Being a nurse myself, I have enjoyed seeing how the nurses of the 1930s were trained. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series!

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I LOVE this series!!

I liked this one better than the first and bought the third before I'd finished this one. I like the characters and I like how the stories unfold-I do believe Violet is a better person than myself. I don't believe I would have made the choices she made.

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  • Adele
  • 05-11-15

Another great story by Donna Douglas

Superb narration by Penelope Freeman as always and another well nightingale story. Looking forward to the next instalment!

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  • Emmabyrne
  • 03-04-15

A step back in time

A wonderful enchanting story - only wish the series was numbered in the publisher review I missed the first one x

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-12-17

I didn't want it to end

A beautiful story with wonderful characters bought to life by a first class narrator. excellent

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  • jenna
  • 08-02-16

The Nightingale Sisters

Amazing you get through the book quicker than reading it and love the voices along the way

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  • Dee Jeffreys
  • 12-31-14

Good read

I enjoyed this next book in the series,
And will read the next book.
Narrated very well.
You have to start will the first book,to get the background.

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  • K
  • 04-15-14

Lovely book with a great narrator

The narrator is great. She puts on brilliant voices that really bring the characters to life. The story is good, can't wait to listen to the next installment.

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  • carol
  • 07-04-17

Enjoyable

Penelope Freeman is a brilliant performer and I love stories from this era - andDonna Douglas does it really well.