Primrose Square

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Severn House Publishers, Limited, 2011 - Fiction - 220 pages
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A bitter-sweet romantic tale of broken hearts and second chances in wartime Edinburgh, from the much-loved Scottish storyteller - Edinburgh, 1911. When intelligent 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. Two years later and Elinor is still in love with the square, and now also with Stephen Muirhead, her evening tutor. But it all goes wrong – Elinor’s head is turned by handsome Barry, and when he signs up to the war effort without thinking of her, she is devastated and bitterly regrets her mistake. But has Stephen really put Elinor behind him?

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Best-selling author Anne Douglas has now made her home in Edinburgh, a city she has known for many years. She very much enjoys life in the modern capital, and finds its ever-present history fascinating.

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