Author(s): Lennox Morrison
Tuesday Donnelly's life hasn't worked out as she planned. Ten years ago she married an American oilman and moved to the States - falling out with her family in the process. Now, at thirty-three, she's ready to admit she married Mr Wrong and has come home for a fresh start.
Tuesday's sister Patsy is a self-made businesswoman. She's worked her way up from a Glasgow tenement to one of the best postcodes in the city . . . but she's struggling to get a wedding ring from her wealthy boyfriend before she turns forty.
Meanwhile, their widowed father Tommy has just been transplanted - by Patsy - from the tight-knit community he's known all his life to a swish flat in the leafy West End. Already struggling with regrets about the past, now he's got posh new neighbours to contend with as well.
Soon sibling rivalry turns ugly, Tommy continues to keep his distance, and Tuesday realises that coming home isn't as easy as it seems.