The six-book series is about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896.
In Lone Star Trail, as much as Judson "Jud" Morgan dislikes the immigrant invasion, he can't help admiring Wande Fleischer. The immigrant is sweet and cheerful as she serves the Lord and all those around her. Can the rancher put aside his prejudice to forge a new future? Through Jud and Wande, we learn the powerful lessons of forgiveness and reconciliation among a diverse community of believers.
In Captive Trail, Butterfield Overland Mail Company driver Ned Bright finds a woman, exhausted and injured, lying on the road. With hard work, Ned discovers Taabe Waipu's identity. He plans to unite her with her family, but the Commanche have other ideas.
In Long Trail Home, Riley Morgan takes a job at the Wilcox School for Blind Children in an attempt for a new life after the Civil War. By helping the children and the pretty blind woman, Annie, he begins to find renewed hope. But when the school is in jeopardy of being closed and Annie's secret is revealed, Riley attempts to make peace with God despite an uncertain future.
In A Ranger's Trail, Texas Ranger Buck Morgan is called to investigate the murder of Leta Denning's husband at the beginning of the Mason County War. He has ties to a German family involved with Dennning's death, which makes Leta question his impartiality. A tentative trail emerges...one forged by respect and bound by vengeance and forgiveness.
In Cowgirl Trail, Maggie Porter is desperate to save her ranch as her father's health fails and the cowboys walk off the job. To everyone's surprise, she turns to the town's women for help. The cowgirls must herd, rope, and drive the cattle to the market. With only two days left, outlaws charge the small band in an effort to start a stampede. Will they lose everything? Where will their help come from?
In End of the Trail, a high stakes poker game ends with Brooks Morgan holding the deed to his new friend Will's ranch, a vague promise to "take care of Keri," and Will's mysterious demise. When Brooks finally rides to the Raven Creek Ranch, he is greeted by a rifle pointed right at his chest. This is the "Keri" he promised to take care of. As Will's niece, Keri believes the ranch was promised to her. Keri and Brooks both want to save the ranch, but will their differences make that impoosible?
Tumbling Blocks by Andrea Boeshaar
Elsa Fritch’s dreams tumble from their heights when Shane Gerhard comes to town to collect on the contract between their parents. Could God expect her to endure an arranged marriage with a man who antagonizes her and disregards Him?
Old Maid’s Choice by Cathy Marie Hake
Betsy Larkin thinks she must choose between the siblings she is rearing and a man who loves her. Blacksmith Tyson Walker is used to bending iron, but can love and patience bend the will of a woman who is sure she is destined to be an old maid?
Jacob’s Ladder by Pamela Kaye Tracy
Samantha Thomasohn dreams of riches and of escaping the mundane life clerking for her father’s store. One man holds the riches while another holds her heart. How is true love to be defined, and where will Samantha place her priorities?
Four Hearts by Sally Laity
Diana Montclair covers her loneliness with an arrogant exterior and a drive for perfection that keeps friends at bay. She reluctantly endures the weekly sewing circle. Can Mrs. T.’s words of truth and a newfound friend help her realize she has been seeking the needs of her heart in the wrong places?
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Marry for Love by Janet Spaeth
Wild prairie-born Brigit Streeter lacks the domestic and social skills she needs to marry the cultured new minister, Peter Collins, who has come to the Dakota Territory from St. Paul. When Peter’s supervising elder brings Brigit a gift of fabric to make her wedding dress, Brigit is lost. She can’t sew. Can Brigit become a Psalm 31 wife?
Basket Stitch by Cathy Marie Hake
Bride-who-isn’t-to-be Rosemary Preston finds herself stranded in No Man’s Land without a groom. Rescued and taken to the Stafford ranch, she discovers Micah Stafford is everything she ever prayed for in a mate. Can a sampler-stitchin’ city woman soften a rough-and-rugged man’s heart?
Double Cross by Tracey V. Bateman
Ignoring Josephine Stafford’s vehement objections, Grandma determines to make her granddaughter into a proper lady. The whole venture becomes worth it when Pastor Mark Chamberlain starts showing interest in Jo—that is, until a “friend” double crosses her by blabbing all about Jo’s tomboyish ways. Will Mark abandon Jo, or will he love her for being true to who God created her to be?
Spider Web Rose by Vickie McDonough
Josh Stafford’s a tease, but he doesn’t like it when the joke’s on him. The spunky lad he found stranded in No Man’s Land has turned out to be a lovely young lady. When Josh and Rachel Donovan are together, tempers flare. When dreams would lead these two in different directions, is God weaving a web of love to keep them together?
The Coat by Tracey V. Bateman
As a jobless widow Leah Halliday struggles to clothe her son in the aftermath of World War II. When her boy’s coat, lined with an heirloom quilt, causes him to be the target of teasing at school, the headmaster’s heart goes out to him. But Max Reilly has a scandalous history. Should Leah trust him?
Amy’s home is at stake if she doesn’t marry her neighbor. Delia’s father wants her to marry into a political family. Georgiana is posing as a wealthy man’s wife in order to hide from her groom. Callie is fleeing one wedding and racing to marry a stranger. Emily flees her wedding with the help of a mysterious coachman. Josey’s best friend leaves a letter proposing marriage unanswered in order to elope. Bernadine becomes the ward and pawn of her evil uncle. Where will each turn when they have only God to trust?
Seven women facing the marriage altar make the decision to flee, but who can they now trust?
All Gabe Coulter ever wanted was to live a comfortable life as a successful gambler, but a confrontation with a disgruntled cowboy who’d just lost to Gabe leads to a family man dying in his arms. Even though it was self-defense, the only way Gabe knows to get rid of his guilt is to return the money he won to the man’s wife.
Lara Talbot sees Gabe as a derelict like her husband and wants nothing to do with him. But as she struggles to provide for her family and makes plans to claim property in the upcoming Oklahoma land rush, she wonders if God might have sent the meddling gambler to help.