Weapons from the Wall - When an inferno destroys
the Douglas Family sports car factory, their only hope of escaping
ruin is devious financier Stephen Crane
The Killing Floor -Crane saves himself from bankruptcy by insider dealing with his girl friend Jo Franklyn and saves Douglas Motors by embezzling a fortune from his bank.
Hazard - Crane and Jo are both sacked but Crane earns himself a job at Douglas Motors.
Trust - Crane's chances of another job are wrecked when Victoria Douglas abandons him in the country. Franklyn wants revenge and Blake wants his money back.
Pretenders - The Legionnaires catch up with Jamie and force him to an extreme option.
Possessions - Jamie returns to the family home and forces his father to steal Crane's money to pay off his gambling debt.
Faith - Gavin leaves his family and Victoria has left Oxford. She Exploits Crane's affection to embroil him in a dangerous scam to ruin a local property magnate.
Lies - Tom Franklyn demands Crane's head on a plate for ruining the Transfrontier deal for him.
Wreckage - The Douglas family are reeling from Jamie's suicide and his random request of 20% of the company to Colin Morris, the factory foreman.
Sanctuary - Franklyn finally gains control of Douglas Motors. Victoria and Crane have become lovers even though she now knows his real name is Derek Love and he is on the run from the police.
History - A death sends Crane back into his past to uncover a secret that changes his life.
Temptation - Crane agrees to help Franklyn with a scam in return for leaving Douglas Motors alone.
Love - Crane enters into a make-or-break bet with Franklyn in order to save Douglas Motors.