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Posted June 3, 2011
A Great Book!
Molly was a parlormaid who was unfairly fired. On her way home she haers about Miss Nightengale's nurses. Miss Nightengale is recuiting nurses to nurse the wounded men in Scutari. Molly may not be a trained nurse but she is determined to go with Miss Nightengale. Throughout the novel Molly makes friends as two men fight for her heart. Will it be the solider who reminds her of home or the doctor who makes her feel slightly dangerous. I really liked this book and loved the insight about the lady who modernized nursing. I have never read a book set in this time period, so it was new and different. I thought Susane Dunlap was a great author. Now I want to read her other two books the Musician's Daughter and Anastasia's Secret.
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