After two years of hard work and personal challenges, Violet has made it to the final year of her midwifery training.
Now she must pass her final assessments, tick all the boxes and gain the confidence she needs to make it as a midwife.
With the support of best friend Zoe, and a hot new boyfriend, what could possibly go wrong?
There’s always something…
Book three of the “Lessons of a Student Midwife” series.
I absolutely loved this book, which is the third and final book that follows the lovely Violet on her journey to become a midwife and through her training at Wessex University!
In this book Violet is in the third and final year of studying having successful completed her first and second years of training in the two previous book. It was well written and such a nice read, I got really in to the story and loved following Violet and seeing the relationships she has change and develop and I loved how she came more in to her own in this on, even if she did have a few ups and downs.
The characters are wonderful, so well developed and genuine. I loved every page and the ending of the book was just great and such a fantastic read – this book ended the trilogy perfectly – but I am so glad that there are other books with the characters out now too!
It is 5 stars from me for this one – very highly recommended and I have already been recommending it! It is such a brilliant series and I cannot recommend it highly enough!!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
J.E.Rowney spent several years in the cold Yorkshire hills, which brings the flavour of the moorland countryside into her work. She now lives in Dorset, and the sun and sea are slowly creeping in as influences.
“Charcoal”, her first novel, was published in 2012 to wide critical acclaim, and was a bestselling novel across the whole of Amazon within days of release.
Ms Rowney has recently been awarded the Dinesh Allirajah Writing Prize 2020.
Her third novel, “Ghosted”, was released in January 2020 and quickly also became a bestseller.
She spends lots of time writing in coffee shops, so if you see her, say hello.
Ms. Rowney says: “I always dreamed of being a writer, until I realised that I was. Then I started to write.”
You can find out more about JE Rowney on her website at jerowney.com, or follow @jerowneywriter on social media.
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