Hospital Corridors

Madeline felt that she was on the brink of a completely new life when she left England to do a year's nursing in a great Montreal hospital. But she found that after all, she would not be totally among strangers, for she had already met on board ship, though he was said to be so unapproachable, Dr. Lanyon, a distinguished member of the staff; and one of the patients would be the beautiful (but very difficult) Mrs. Sanders whom she had nursed before, with her good-looking and attentive son among the visitors. Still, everything else-except her familiar, well-loved work - would be excitingly new, and she might even have occasion to work for Dr. Lanyon.
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