Kilt maker Kirsty Muir finds life hard in 1960s Edinburgh, where money is tight and excitement hard to find. When a charming Scottish fiddler, Jack MacIver, comes into her life and introduces her to a glamorous new world, it seems she has finally found her way out. But Kirsty is left broken-hearted, when he disappears off on tour. Her heart is mended by Andrew Macrae, owner of the kilt shop, and it seems as though Kirsty will find happiness after all. That is until the day when she finds Jake waiting outside her door, full of apologies and claims of love. Should Kirsty follow her first love or settle for the dependability of Andrew? Or is there another way..?
THE EDINBURGH BRIDE
Maeve O'Donavan has arrived in Edinburgh from County Cork, and is shocked by the prejudice she encounters. When she loses her position as a maid, she is delighted to find a job as an assistant in the wardrobe department of the Queen's Theatre. She finds herself attracted to Harry Alpin, a theatre lighting man who harbours a desire to act. But will his prejudiced family ever be willing to accept an Irish girl as Harry's bride?
THE HANDKERCHIEF TREE
Edinburgh, 1923. Bright, spirited Shona Murray has found her niche in a city florist's, where she excels and is content - until, suddenly, she must make decisions that will change everything. Fraser Kyle, the owner of the florist's, proposes marriage. Should she accept, or renew her love for Mark Lindsay, the doctor from the orphanage who first showed Shona the Handkerchief Tree that inspired her? Or will newly arrived Brett Webster steal her heart? Shona must find true courage to know where her happiness lies.
When intelligent, ambitious Elinor Rae leaves her crowded tenement family home to become a maid in an exclusive ladies' club in the idyllic Primrose Square, she doesn't look back. Then a chance meeting with, and subsequent attraction to the handsome, charming Barry Howat turns her life upside down.
A SONG IN THE AIR
When crofter's daughter Shona MacInnes qualifies as a vet, she meets prejudice not only from her father and brother, but also from handsome Ross MacMaster, an islander who is to become a vet himself. Armed with only the support of her mother, Shona is determined to succeed and prove the men wrong.