Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Nigtingale Nurses by Donna Douglas

The Nightingale Nurses by Donna Douglas4 1/2 Stars

Another juicy episode in the melodramatic soap opera that is... "the Nightingale". :) Pure brain candy. There's happy moments, heart wrenching moments, "Oh no you didn't" moments, "Turn around!" moments..."Nooooooo!" moments...*sigh* I love this.

"Nightingale Nurses" is probably the most exciting book so far in the Nightingale series. The Blackshirt uprisings are well under way and Dora's brother has joined them. But no one can predict the far reaching consequences of those itching for change.

And Dora and Nick...Nick is now married to Ruby (through her scheming but its his own fault) and while his heart still belongs to Dora, he must be a man and make the best of a bad situation in his new life with Ruby. But when Nick's mentally disabled brother overhears Ruby and her mother Lettie spilling secrets and making plans across the garden path...well, things can get messy and anything can happen...

Donna Douglas is a great writer and so far I have loved this series. Well Recommended.


SEX: None (one "almost" rape, talk of past indiscretions)
VIOLENCE: some attacks as a result of the Blackshirt uprisings.
PROFANITY: Pretty mild. B,D, J
PARANORMAL ELEMENTS: One patient is a Romany and tells fortunes to any who will give her the time of day.


Many thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for my free ecopy to review

1 comment:

  1. This one looks interesting! love your review (rating) system!