The Children of Lovely Lane Review & Giveaway

I’m very pleased to be on the blog tour for Nadine Dorries book The Children of Lovely Lane. Nadine’s first book in the Lovely Lane series – The Angels of Lovely Lane is also available.

The Lovely Lane series is based in 1950’s Liverpool around a group of nurses who are training at the St Angelus Hospital and live the in Lovely Lane nurses home.

The Children of Lovely Lane by Nadine Dorries

Book Description

The nurses of Lovely Lane – Dana, Victoria, Pammy and Beth – are now in their second year and are about to face some truly harrowing and difficult times on the wards.

St Angelus needs a new assistant matron, but the members of the Liverpool District Hospital Board have overruled Emily Haycock and Dr Gaskell in their choice. Enter the mysterious Miss Van Gilder from somewhere down south.

The life of St Angelus is soon disrupted as her proposals turn the running of the hospital upside down and threaten the jobs of the domestics and porters. But Miss Van Gilder harbours a dark and dishonest secret, and the staff – who are used to looking after their own – set out to uncover it.

Will they do so in time, before her meddling begins to affect the morale of the nurses and put the lives of their patients in danger? For one very sick little boy, especially, it will be touch and go.

My Review

It’s been a long while since I read a similar book to The Children of Lovely Lane. It truly was a breath of fresh air. Well written characters that become people you care about throughout the book. I have yet to read the first book – The Angels of Lovely Lane but it doesn’t stop you getting into this one. I’m going to pop back and read that one after!

Emily is the director of nursing at St Angelus and the hospital is looking for a new assistant matron. Dr Gaskell think Emily is the solution. He has nothing but praise for her. But Emily is torn between her group of current nurses who she wants to see through to their finals and the job she really wants.

But none of this matters when the members of the board have overruled Dr Gaskell and hire Miss Van Gilder who hides a secret.

I won’t spoil anymore of the story for you, but you are in for a treat!

Totally addictive reading that’s perfect for a cold winter evening.

Blog tour

Here is the schedule for the rest of the blog tour. Why not pop over and check out the others on the tour?

The Children of Lovely Lane Nadine Dorries Blog Tour

Giveaway

Now over to the giveaway. I have one copy of The Children of Lovely Lane by Nadine Dorries to giveaway to one person. To enter please fill in the rafflecopter below.

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Good Luck!

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*I was given a copy of The Children of Lovely Lane in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own as always. This post contains affiliate links.

*Terms and Conditions – There is one copy of The Children of Lovely Lane to giveaway. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter.com from all valid entries and be notified by Twitter. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a valid UK address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway. The prize will be delivered direct from the publishers. 

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50 thoughts on “The Children of Lovely Lane Review & Giveaway

  1. I love either mysteries (eg Agatha Christie, Colin Dexter) or amusing books (eg PG Wodehouse). The first because I like to try and work out the murderer and the second because it always puts a smile on my face – depends on my mood which genre I read though

  2. I like ‘Future’ fiction novels…the more ‘way out there’ the better. I love reading about the possibilities of what might come – good and bad….aliens, time travel, future tech, robots!

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