Holby City spoilers: Kian spins his web of lies and will Max have her surgery?

It’s the day of Max (Jo Martin)’s preventative mastectomy operation in tonight’s Holby City, and understandably she’s feeling nervous. Her son Louis (Tyler Luke Cunningham) tries to offer his support, but Max pushes him away. As her old flame Treve (Karl Collins) arrives to do the procedure, Max starts to panic. Can she go through with the operation after all?

After last week’s evening out in Albie’s, it appears that Chloe (Amy Lennox) is rather smitten with Josh (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge) and is trying her best to get him to agree to a date. This is particularly embarrassing considering Josh is in some kind of relationship with Chloe’s mum Ange (Dawn Steele). As Josh tries to untangle himself from this tangled mess, he and Ange have one of those frustrating TV conversations full of misunderstandings. Has their romance run its course already? And if so, could there be a future for Chloe and Josh?

As the episode opens it looks like heart surgeon, drug addict and hot mess Kian Madani (Ramin Karimloo) is barely functioning. It’s partly the drugs, of course, and partly the worry over Andrei (Sonny Poon Tip), who hasn’t been in contact for weeks. Still, he reassures Lucky Simpson (Vineeta Rishi) that he’s ‘doing fine’ and she’s so perceptive she doesn’t notice that he quite obviously isn’t. When news about Andrei finally arrives, Kian’s web of secrecy continues and Lucky is left with a dilemma.

Meanwhile, how is Keller doing with Dominic Copeland (David Ames) in charge? Not well, you’d have to say, and poor Donna (Jaye Jacobs) is once again left picking up the pieces of a ward in disarray.

When Dominic volunteers to operate on a high-profile patient, the outcome makes him reflect on his recent behaviour. Could there be hope for him yet?

And we discover a bit more about director of finance Jeni Sinclaire (Debra Stephenson), as a patient has a mysterious link to her.

It’s possible that Jeni isn’t as nice as she seems – which is a worry, as she and Fletch (Alex Walkinshaw) are getting rather close.

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

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