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Heartwarming and nostalgic fiction from the best-selling author of The District Nurses of Victory Walk.

It’s 1943, and the district nurses have two new recruits....

As the country ramps up for D-Day, the new nurses are getting to know their patients on their patch in London’s East End.

Lily is quite sure of herself and doesn’t believe she has anything new to learn. She’ll find out the hard way that anyone can be made a fool of when she meets a man who promises her everything.

Ruby thinks that nursing might not be for her - is she as hopeless as she thinks, or will tough times bring out the best in her?

As the war takes on a new urgency, everything is at stake - can the nurses do what is right for the country and for themselves?

©2020 Annie Groves (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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I am beyond let down by how this series ended. I preordered this book because I enjoyed all the previous ones. This book barely mentions many of the characters in the previous books, those storylines were unfinished. Overall it was disappointing.

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