Books - Review

The Rose of SebastopolSet in the Crimean war, feisty Rose heads off to war to do nursing (like Florence Nightingale) but has an unfortunate knack of making chaps fall in love with her. One of whom, the good doctor, is engaged to cousin thingy, so thingy ends up chasing after her to find out what is going on exactly, and whether the good doctor still loves her. Or not.
by Katherine McMahon
Score: 7.5
Published: 2007
Read: May 28th 2008


John said

OK, good for Crimean war history ignoramuses like me. Story ok too, if a little slushy.

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