Holby City spoilers: Nicky risks everything to pay the money she owes

We’ve seen some different — and actually quite nasty — sides to Cameron Dunn (Nic Jackman) in recent Holby City episodes, and tonight is no exception. As he looks forward to spending the evening with Chloe (Amy Lennox) on their first Valentine’s Day together, he plans to give her a special gift – the necklace that used to belong to his mother. This is the very same necklace that Nicky (Belinda Owusu) borrowed last week and then pretended to have lost. As Cameron begins to realise the extent of Nicky’s problems, he offers to help her out – but his methods aren’t exactly subtle.

Nicky is being harassed by Steve (John Wark), the man who was involved in the accident with her mother, and she’s shocked when he turns up at the flat and becomes increasingly threatening. When she confides in a patient about her money worries, he offers her a way out – but it would mean risking her career and everything she’s worked so hard to achieve. Will she be desperate enough to take the chance?

Sacha (Bob Barrett) is sad to hear that Ben (Charlie Condou) has elaborate plans for a romantic Valentine’s day with Essie (Kaye Wragg). Sacha is also struggling with his own mental health following the death of Maria. When a Rabbi (David Horovitch) is admitted as a patient, Sacha finds someone he can talk to about his problems and he reaches an important decision.

With all these lovely Valentine’s plans all over the place, Donna (Jaye Jacobs) is less than thrilled by her gift from Zav (Marcus Griffiths), and the day gets even worse when he has bad news for her. Is this going to be the worst Valentine’s Day ever for Donna?

Jac (Rosie Marcel) is still not taking on any operations, but when an emergency situation occurs in Darwin and less experienced surgeons are struggling to cope, will Jac be able to step up?

Sue Haasler is the author of five novels and the official BBC Holby City book, which you can read about here.

Holby City continues Tuesday 11 February at 8pm on BBC One.

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