The last book in the Freddie trilogy by Mary Scott. After seeing her sister getting married and completing her nurse's training, Freddie and Jonathan are next in line to tie the knot. But, knowing Mary Scott, this is not as easy as they think. Freddie's father Max suffers a heart attack and somebody has to look after him. Who better than a daughter who has just qualified as a nurse. Freddie spends some time at his farm and meets many nice people. And the readers can see how life in the sixties was in New Zealand.
Funny as all her novels, lovely entertainment.
From the back cover: "Freddie is now a fully qualified nurse, she has the medal she insisted she must earn before she would marry Dr. Jonathan Blake, and she is free to make plans for her wedding. Unforeseen circumstances arise and she must deal with these first.'"
Scott, Mary "Families are Fun" - 1957
Scott, Mary "No Sad Songs" - 1960
Scott, Mary "Freddie" - 1965
Unfortunately, the books are out of print and only available second hand. I have heard in the meantime, that you can buy some of them as ebooks.