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    Highly recommended

    It's the first book I read by this author and won't surely be the last. It's a poignant, heartwarming, engrossing, and entertaining story that kept me hooked till the end. I love the setting, the likeable and well written cast of characters, and the plot. I look forward to reading other novels by this author. Highly recommended. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    Wonderful continuation

    Lovely to catch up once again with Matron and staff of St Angelus. Always great characters added to continue the story.
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    Heartwarming

    This is social history come to life! The hard times living in the poor area of Liverpool that bring not only hardship and heartache, but the strong sense of community, sharing and love. A truly emotional, heartwarming book.
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    A Sheer Delight!

    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.
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    Heartwarming story

    Snow Angels by Nadine Dorries is the fifth novel in the Lovely Lane Series. I like the authors engaging writing style (like having a conversation with a friend) which drew me into the story. I suggest reading The Lovely Lane series in order. It will allow you to get to know the characters and their storylines since each book in the series builds upon the previous. There is a great cast of characters in The Lovely Lane series. I find them realistic and relatable. Most of them are friendly, but there is one or two squeaky wheels. The story concentrates on Sister Emily Horton and her husband, Dessie. They have loved Baby Louis since he came to the hospital and his adoption is very close. I like how the story unfolded and how it all came together at the end. We do get to catch up with the rest of the nurses. I liked getting to know Gracie Botherwaite. She is only fourteen years old, but she is very mature for her age. I like that she did not take any guff from her father. Gracie has great potential and I am sure that the staff at St. Angelus will help her achieve it. Teddy regrets his actions and misses Dana. He wants a chance to explain and see if they can find a way to move forward. Snow Angels is such a sweet story. It has its ups and downs which is just like real life. Snow Angels is a gratifying story that will delight fans of The Lovely Lane series.
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