The backdrop of the medical profession is highlighted as Betty Neels combines the customs and people of Holland into a colorful atmosphere where romance thrives!
"Sister Peters in Amsterdam"
Sister Peters was delighted to be chosen, under the new exchange scheme, as the British representative to work in an Amsterdam hospital. It proved to be an interesting new life in more ways than one, and she found that emotional problems could be just as complicated in Holland as ever they could be at home.
"Nurse in Holland"
Sister Maggy MacFergus was tall, and she discovered that most men found this off-putting. When Dr. Paul Doelsma offered Maggy a nursing job in Holland, she took it. There was something special about Dr. Doelsma, and it wasn't just that he was taller than her. She was sensible enough to realize that he would never love her back - after all, Paul had said he'd already chosen himself a wonderful wife. But who was the lucky girl?
"Blow Hot, Blow Cold"
Sophy's relationship with the attractive Dutch surgeon Maximillan Oosterwelde was of the blow-hot-blow-cold variety.