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When Carrie discovers Arnold's secret she is determined to make a life for herself in Secunderabad. She still pines for home in Whitechapel, even though she isn't sure what would be waiting for her should she ever return. She knows if Arnold has his way she will be in Secunderabad, as his wife and hostess, a trophy wife, until he has reached the pinnacle of his ambitions. When Carrie discovers Arnold's secret she is determined to make a life for herself in Secunderabad. She still pines for home in Whitechapel, even though she isn't sure what would be waiting for her should she ever return. She knows if Arnold has his way she will be in Secunderabad, as his wife and hostess, a trophy wife, until he has reached the pinnacle of his ambitions. With Pearl by her side she feels stronger, and with Dorothy's continued encouragement she works to become someone she thought she could never be. Her feelings for Captain David Lawrence have not changed, but in the world in which they live, and the mores of the time, she knows she must tread carefully. As the weeks wheel by and Carrie becomes more confident in her abilities she knows things must change. Join Carrie as she continues her spell-binding journey into love and independence, and discover what happens when she makes a decision that will change all their lives! What readers are saying about 99 Nightingale Lane... What a gorgeous story. The writing is beautiful and the storytelling is lyrical. I was captured from page one. When I read a book - it's all about the characters, and 99 Nightingale Lane has multi-dimensional characters that will stay with you long after you've read the last page. I rooted for them and I cried with them. I was absolutely captivated by the heroine. She's strong and brave despite every reason not to be. The author takes you from the drawing rooms in London to the teeming streets of Bombay. The writing is so deliciously descriptive I was transported. If you love stories about women who overcome odds, and if you're looking for the next book to take you away - this is the one. Amazon Reviewer I loved the Dickensian tone to this page-turning story of romance and tragedy in India, an historical novel depicting class, race, and betrayal. Carrie Dobbs is a heroine from whom the reader can learn about resilience, grit and forgiveness. Highly recommend! Amazon Reviewer 99 Nightingale Lane…historical fiction and historical romance to capture your heart!


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When Carrie discovers Arnold's secret she is determined to make a life for herself in Secunderabad. She still pines for home in Whitechapel, even though she isn't sure what would be waiting for her should she ever return. She knows if Arnold has his way she will be in Secunderabad, as his wife and hostess, a trophy wife, until he has reached the pinnacle of his ambitions. When Carrie discovers Arnold's secret she is determined to make a life for herself in Secunderabad. She still pines for home in Whitechapel, even though she isn't sure what would be waiting for her should she ever return. She knows if Arnold has his way she will be in Secunderabad, as his wife and hostess, a trophy wife, until he has reached the pinnacle of his ambitions. With Pearl by her side she feels stronger, and with Dorothy's continued encouragement she works to become someone she thought she could never be. Her feelings for Captain David Lawrence have not changed, but in the world in which they live, and the mores of the time, she knows she must tread carefully. As the weeks wheel by and Carrie becomes more confident in her abilities she knows things must change. Join Carrie as she continues her spell-binding journey into love and independence, and discover what happens when she makes a decision that will change all their lives! What readers are saying about 99 Nightingale Lane... What a gorgeous story. The writing is beautiful and the storytelling is lyrical. I was captured from page one. When I read a book - it's all about the characters, and 99 Nightingale Lane has multi-dimensional characters that will stay with you long after you've read the last page. I rooted for them and I cried with them. I was absolutely captivated by the heroine. She's strong and brave despite every reason not to be. The author takes you from the drawing rooms in London to the teeming streets of Bombay. The writing is so deliciously descriptive I was transported. If you love stories about women who overcome odds, and if you're looking for the next book to take you away - this is the one. Amazon Reviewer I loved the Dickensian tone to this page-turning story of romance and tragedy in India, an historical novel depicting class, race, and betrayal. Carrie Dobbs is a heroine from whom the reader can learn about resilience, grit and forgiveness. Highly recommend! Amazon Reviewer 99 Nightingale Lane…historical fiction and historical romance to capture your heart!

47 review for 99 Nightingale Lane: Gripping, spell-binding historical fiction romance set in World War 1 (Nightingale Lane Series Part 3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joanne DeCorso

    I really like fictional history books - especially if they have some kind of love story in them. I find it fascinating to read of romance back when people didn't jump into bed just because they thought they were in love or that it was the norm of the day. I really like fictional history books - especially if they have some kind of love story in them. I find it fascinating to read of romance back when people didn't jump into bed just because they thought they were in love or that it was the norm of the day.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ruth A Calvin

    I loved all three books. I only wish Andrea said more in the third book about the husband and the snooty mama big shot who dressed frumpy. Unless we have another book coming? There's more that COULD be written!!!!!!!! And I would be the first to buy it!!! Write it, please! I loved all three books. I only wish Andrea said more in the third book about the husband and the snooty mama big shot who dressed frumpy. Unless we have another book coming? There's more that COULD be written!!!!!!!! And I would be the first to buy it!!! Write it, please!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Cleland

    Nice story! Enjoyed this book till book 111 will maybe go back again later? Different story and some excitement in India etc.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cherye Elliott

    Ugh This book is filled with useless fillers. Mindless dialog and the storyline is somewhere in there but I am not going to wait for it. It took 40 minutes to read this.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mary jobling

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mary McGurk

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Court

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    Ginger Hinds

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    Grandma Weaver

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    alison sulllivan

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    Lynette Mikkelsen

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    Sheila Alker

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    Jill Rose

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    Rowena Kindall

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    y silverthorne

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    DEBORAH

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    Patricia Yates

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    Margaret Allison

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    Kmarie

  20. 5 out of 5

    dennis

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    Elizabeth A French

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    Heather Colonel

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    mavis arnold

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    susan jones

  25. 5 out of 5

    s j getty

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    dennis

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    Cherye Elliott

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    Trick Wiley

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    Mary Mote

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    Janet

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    Nancy Brown

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    judy a miller

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    joanne brewer

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    Regina Reilly

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    Janice

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    Gloria Unger

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    Andrea

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    Babette Opferman

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    b mckay

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    Teresa

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    Lerryn

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    Roberta T. Ames

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    Zita Herzlinger

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    Paulette Young

  46. 5 out of 5

    Carol Gansser

  47. 4 out of 5

    Dawn H. Murley

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