Shamrock Green

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Long before she had donned a uniform she had been an outrageous flirt. She had gone into nursing only to escape her tyrannical father and suffocating village-green existence.
During training she had
...frequently been in trouble with men and two young residents had even fought over her favours in the cloakroom of the urological department. She counted herself fortunate not to have been dismissed. The moment war was declared she enlisted for active service and during a tour in a military hospital in Devon had made the ultimate sacrifice to a young second lieutenant in the Ox & Bucks who had sustained a dreadful wound in the abdomen in the retreat from Mons. The great, half-healed scar across Clive’s belly had made not the slightest difference to his performance which had been brisk and efficient and as down-to-earth as an inexperienced girl could wish for. He had taken her again, less briskly, in a London hotel room just before he had gone off to the front to get himself killed.
Angela had wept buckets, of course, but was consoled by the attentions of the lieutenant-surgeon who had brought her the news about Clive.
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