The past is never forgotten - but can it ever be forgiven? When a terrible accusation ended her marriage five years ago Sophie Winter was determined she'd never be hurt again. With an exciting job at Scotland's new parliament and a fulfilling social life, she finally feels she has buried the bittersweet memories of her past. But some things aren't easily forgotten... A family wedding draws her back to Tuscany and Sophie encounters Raffaele de Nardis again. The world famous pianist is proud, passionate and devastatingly handsome. He is also her ex-husband. Sophie realises that she can only face the future if she confronts the past.
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nominated for the
Romantic Novel of the Year
also chosen as
Scottish Book of the Month
"...utterly captivating romance...
The beautiful Scottish setting only adds to this
poignant and poetic journey through the generations.
This book is as unique as it is exquisite."
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Originally published by Walker Books 1985 ISBN 0-8027-0859-5 A Regency novel set in Scotland. Buy the hardback from Amazon.co.uk Find "The Mysterious Marquis" by Eileen Ramsay on BookFinder.com Back to Top
A Broken Gate
Warner 1994 ISBN 0-7515-0748-2 Little Brown 1995 ISBN 0-316-91399-5 A realistic picture of life in a mining village at the beginning of the century.
Can you love too much and is it wrong to want the best for those you love?
Set in Dumfries, this book spans the years from 1910 to 1945 and centres on the character of Kate Kennedy.
She is just 13 when her mother dies. Kate takes over the running of the household and acts as a mother to her younger siblings. When Kate grows up, she decides to marry Charlie.
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The Dominie's Lassie
Warner 1995 ISBN 0-7515-1132-3 Little Brown 1996 0-316-91377-4 A story about a school teacher's daughter who fights to become a teacher in the early days of the century.
The Great War changes everything for her and the men she loves.
Kirsty strives to become a teacher. She falls in love with the local landowner's son, Hugh Granville-Baker, who is forced to leave her to fight in the trenches.
Her heart breaks for Jamie, a gifted boy who must leave school to work on a farm, but it is Jamie who rescues her when Hugh dies on the Somme leaving her with a fatherless baby.
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Butterflies in December
Little Brown 1995 ISBN 0-316-91422-3 Warner1996 ISBN 0-7515-1649-X Well researched novel about the studies and eventual careers of two women doctors from different classes at the beginning of the century.
This novel goes from the diplomatic homes of Washington DC to the slums of Dundee, from wealthy landowners to the mud of the trenches.
You will never forget the remarkable women in this story.
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The Quality of Mercy
Little Brown1997 0-316-88114-7 Warner1998 ISBN 0-7515-1849-2 How did a girl from a Glasgow orphanage become a barrister in the 1930's?
Ferelith, born out of wedlock and brought up in an orphanage, decides on a career in law - a bold choice for a woman in 1930s Edinburgh. Her marriage to a fellow student ends in disaster with a revelation about her origins and she buries herself in her studies. But love hasn't finished with her.
From the slums of Edinburgh to the Lord Advocate's office, from the horrifying and surprising ending of her first romance to success in a profession that tried hard to keep her out, Ferelith's story will enthral you.
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Walnut Shell Days
Little Brown 1997 0-316-64135-9 Warner 1998 ISBN 0-7515-2098-5
Story Sound Audio Book ISBN1859033121
`An unpredictable ending, a few surprises along the way and several tear jerkers
I enjoyed every minute of it'
Brenda Fisher, HISTORICAL NOVEL REVIEW
Victoria loves the Angus farm where she was born and hopes to spend her life, but fate intervenes and Victoria has to work in a Dundee Mill.
She leaves the mill for the office and then travels to India while, unknown to her, her estranged father goes to Mexico.
Her happiest Walnut Shell Day sees Victoria back on her beloved farm unaware of how her life will change by what is happening in Mexico.
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Harvest of Courage
Little Brown 1998 ISBN 0-316-64146-4 Warner 1999 ISBN 0-7515-2110-8
Story Sound Audio Book ISBN: 1859033148
Two boys grow up together and their dreams are interrupted by the Great War.
One, the poet, is a conscientious objector who does more than his share; the other, the scholar, is almost destroyed by shell shock while Mairi waits at home on the farm, working the land until the joy of the harvest.
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Danger by Gaslight
Scottish Children's Press 1998 ISBN 1-899827-83-8 A novel for the older primary age, it tells the exciting story of Jamie who lives in Aberdeen at the end of the 19th century when the world is changing and Jamie's life with it. Buy the paperback from Amazon.co.uk Find "Danger by Gaslight" by Eileen Ramsay on BookFinder.com Back to Top
A Cookery Book for SOS Children's Villages
This little book, with cover design by William Littlejohn RSA, RGS, RSW, and recipes from celebrities and local friends was produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this incredible organisation. Every penny of the price goes directly to needy children. Contact Eileen direct to order a copy Back to Top
Severn House (2001) ISBN 0727857045 A woman reasses her view of her life (Lake District life and married with children) as she visits Rome and New York to write the authorized biography of of one of the world's greatest operatic tenors. Buy the hardback from Amazon.co.uk Find "Never Call it Loving" by Eileen Ramsay on BookFinder.com Back to Top
The Winter Holiday Sampler
The Regency Press November 2000 ISBN192908546X
A collection of seventeen short stories set in Regency England, including Eileen's.
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The Feein' Market Magna Large Print 0-7505-1759-X Four different men love beautiful and intelligent Rowena Farr and she loves them in return- but all in different ways, Angus, her employer who hired her at the market, Marek, the Irish gypsy, Tam, the horseman, and Matthew - the gambler. An irresistible heroine. Buy the Large Print Edition from Amazon.co.uk Find "The Feein' Market" by Eileen Ramsay on BookFinder.com Back to Top
Wings of Friendship Magna Large print 0-7505-1760-3 A sequel to Walnut shell Days. Continuing the saga of Victoria and her beloved farm, and two boys from different backgrounds who are involved with the Cameron family. They meet at a Scottish public school, become friends, and then the second world war changes the world for all of them. Buy the Large Print Edition from Amazon.co.uk Find "Wings of Friendship" by Eileen Ramsay on BookFinder.com Back to Top
Lace for a Lady
Severn House ISBN 0-7278-5846-7 A Regency romp set near the ancient Scottish capital, Arbroath.
The impoverished Balgowan estate on the east coast of Scotland is suffering from the restrictions forced upon it due to the interminable war with Napoleon. The beautiful Liddy Carpenter, and her sisters, are desperate for the few luxuries which women, in their position in society, deserve: primarily scented soap and fine clothes. Liddy, in her desperation, invents a daring scheme to smuggle goods into England from France. When her lifelong friend, and secret love, Keir, Lord Pittenmuir, joins the motley crew of smugglers in his guise of local servant, Liddy is unaware of his real identity and suspects he may be the spy who is filtering secrets to the French. Amidst the crumbling facade of the Balgowan estate and the sumptuous elegance of the Pittenmuir household, Liddy finds her emotions are in turmoil as she discovers just how far love and loyalty can be tested to the full...
Of course true love and honour win the day.
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