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Written by Nadine Dorries

 

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Spend Christmas with the nurses of St Angelus Hospital.

Christmas is coming, but will the doctors and nurses of St Angelus get a chance to enjoy it?

Sister Emily Haycock and her husband are anxiously counting the days until the signing of final adoption papers for their precious baby Louis. But someone has got it in for them and Emily is about to get caught out in a dangerous lie.

Nurse Victoria Baker is heavily pregnant. But as the snow begins to fall, has she made a big mistake about her dates and put the life of her unborn baby at risk?

And who is the figure obsessively watching St Angelus from the shadows? Or the mystery woman who turns up one dark, windy evening, begging for a room?

In Snow Angels only one thing is certain. Christmas will be anything but peaceful.

 

The Lovely Lane series

Book 1 – The Angels of Lovely Lane

Book 2 – The Children of Lovely Lane

Book 3 – The Mothers of Lovely Lane

Book 4 – Christmas Angels

Book 5 – Snow Angels

 

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A Sheer Delight!      Stars 5

 

Lovely Lane is the perfect name for this series – it is a truly lovely series! I hold my hands up that I haven’t read every book, but that’s not down to lack of desire – more lack of time!

As we join the staff of St Angelus once more, Christmas is approaching and with it the deadline for Sister Tutor Emily Horton and her husband, Head Porter Dessie to complete the adoption of little Louis. With Nurse Victoria Baker now heavily pregnant it looks as if everyone will have plenty to celebrate this festive season, but then things don’t always run smoothly where babies are involved, do they?

Another wonderful read from Nadine Dorries. Full of warmth and charm and perfectly appropriate to the time it is set in, this is a feel-good novel which will give you the Christmas glow as we approach the season ourselves. The characters are beautifully drawn; the story is a sheer delight with plenty of ups and downs and a good solid ending, wrapping everything up neatly. A great peek at how many people are involved in the smooth running of a hospital (and how well the old matron-style system worked). So enjoyable, and worth all five stars.

My thanks to publisher Head of Zeus for my copy via NetGalley, and to Vicky Joss for my place on this tour.

 

Tags: Christmas, saga, women’s fiction
  • Format: ebook, paperback, hardcover, audio
  • Size: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Head of Zeus
  • Publication Date: 17 October 2019
  • Purchase Links: Google Play
  •                                 Barnes & Noble
  •                                 iBooks
  •                                 Kobo
  •                                 W. H. Smith
  •                                 Waterstones
  •                                 amazon

 

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Author Bio

 

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I feel blessed to have been born and raised in Liverpool. A vibrant, creative city that looks out across the Atlantic, to Ireland and America. As a child, my Irish grandmother, Nellie Deane, would often whisk me away to her rural village on the west coast of Ireland and immerse me in the scent of raw peat and Holy Smoke.

My books are based on the streets of Liverpool, or in the Liverpool hospitals where I trained as a nurse, or at one of my favourite places in the world, the west coast of Ireland.

I write sagas and create communities, often linking one to the other. If you buy one of my books, I really do hope it brings you hours of pleasure.

 

Social Media

Twitter: @NadineDorries

Facebook: @NadineDorriesAuthor

 

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Website: headofzeus.com

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