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Hannah Tiny Paul van Eysink was a very special case to nurse Hannah Lang and she had become very fond of his young parents Corinna and Paul When they invited her to go back with them to Holland until the baby was completely recovered Hannah was only to happy to oblige The problem was Corinna's unbending uncle Doctor Valentijn van Bertes He could find no fault with Hannah's nursing skills but she was only too well aware that she meant little to him as a person Why should she He had a very lovely fiancee in Nerissa

About the Author: Betty Neels

Betty Neels was born on September 15 1910 in Devon to a family with firm roots in the civil service She said she had a blissfully happy childhood and teenage yearsThis stood her in good stead later for the tribulations to come with the Second World War She was sent away to boarding school and then went on to train as a nurse gaining her SRN and SCM that is State Registered Nurse and Stat

10 thoughts on “Hannah

  1. says:

    45 stars for Hannah I enjoyed this book so much that I rank it in the Top Ten Best ever written by Betty NeelsThough the book follows the typical BN storyline it had a slightly different feel and I found it refreshing I think Betty penned some wonderful characters that distinguishes this book from the restFirst Hannah was great and I fell in love with her on the very first page She was smart fun kind but uirky Though she is plain and mousy she is loved by everyone Her only downfall was she suffered f

  2. says:

    Yes I'm still binging on Betty Neels They are so safe and samey but in a good way Hannah is a nurse looking after baby Paul the son of Valentijn's niece He's newly engaged to Nerissa after years of loneliness after a failed first marriage These men just don't learnOne really has to wonder about Betty's experience of family life because her heroine's are often orphan's or have the most appalling mother's and stepfather's Hannah is afflicted with self centred mother Fortunately this makes it easy to disengag

  3. says:

    4 ½ Stars This one from Betty Neels reminds me of Winter Wedding as both have a moment where the heroine over hears the hero saying something unflattering about her and later he finds himself regretting it In Winter Wedding Emily heard Renier claim she merges into the background from whatever angle one looks at her and in this book Valentijn warns don’t for God’s sake let her loose on the claret; my head aches with her chatter Staff nurse on a busy maternity ward Hannah's patience and sheer refusal to give

  4. says:

    Hannah is the typical plain PBN She works in the Paediatric ward and when our story opens is looking after a Dutch infant whose young mum was in a wreck and which presumably caused said infant's premature birth Hannah has heard mum Corinna rhapsodize about her Oom Valentijn Uncle Valentine for English speakers When Hannah finally meets the Oom she is uite surprised at his non uncly appearance; he is in a word hot Hot Or Hannah is burdened with a mother who is lazy and whiny and extravagant She expects Hannah to work h

  5. says:

    This book I enjoyed from start to finish I liked the h Hannah but the H Valentijn took a few pages for me to warm up to him I did like when Hannah told him what she thought of him when she overheard him saying not so nice words about her to his nieceThe ow I did enjoy and as usual she wasn't the brightest lol and for once I would like the h to actually do something rather than just walk away when the ow causes trouble and for the h to say a few words to her lazy selfish mother because in this book she was spoiled and frustr

  6. says:

    Sick baby as plot device not uite as low as Betty can sink but pretty close Seemed like anytime there was a lull in the action poor little Paul got sick At least our Betty didn't kill him off Otherwise a fairly standard British NurseRich Dutch Doctor story The minor characters were fairly well done especially little Paul's parents Nerissa the reuisite beautiful financee of the RDD was deliciously rotten and I wanted to smack Hannah's lazy whiny self centered motherNot a keeper for me but I don't feel like I wasted my time

  7. says:

    35 Star read for me It's always so nice to read any Betty Neel's books and this one is one of my favorite storylines she does h takes care of H's family member he is cold towards her indifferent and has this beautiful fiancee It all works out in the end though I just wish these books had epilogues Again I found uite a few typos but I'm pretty sure it's a Harleuin re release thing Just a heads up

  8. says:

    A good love story always has a good love rival and Betty Neel's has a wonderful way I making you want to slap her This story was no acceptance Hannah has a heart of Golden and loves Children when she becomes the nurse to care for small Paul and his mother she never thought it would change her life foreverWonderful story telling and I just love how comfortable and cosy this story brings

  9. says:

    Perhaps typical BN RDD plain but beautiful inside BN and a bitchy OW But fun to read and Valentjin redeems himself admirably and Hannah is sweet yet feisty

  10. says:

    Betty writes some of the most selfish spoiled secondary characters in romance novels I really didn't know who was evil Val's bit fiance or Hannah's mother Well Hannah's mom got her cake and ate it too She had a slave for a daughter until she married the uber rich doctor who promised his wife to be that her mom would live in comfort This is a woman who was mostly lounging on the couch while her daughter worked 6 days a week at the hospital which she resided and on her day off came home to cooked clean shop iron for her mom She spent all her money on her

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