Monday, May 7, 2012


The last book in The Texas Trail Series will be out June 1. Vickie McDonough did a wonderful writing of this book. It's full of action, comedy, and romance. In fact there are two romances.
End of the Trail is part of a six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896. 
Brooks Morgan left home 11 years earlier and is just too stubborn to return home.  In 1896 he pulls into the town of Shoofly to take refuge from a storm and befriends John Langston in the local cafe. A high stakes poker game ends with Brooks holding the deed to John's ranch with one condition - Brooks must promise to take care of Keri. Brooks agrees, assuming that Keri is a horse.
Overcome by guilt, Brooks return to the cafe to give back the deed but finds John on the floor dead. Brooks heads off to take care of John's ranch and is ambushed. With a noose around his neck, hands tied behind his back he offers a prayer up to God.  A stunning shot is delivered from the rifle of a lady on horseback that breaks the noose and frees Brooks. But could this lady - Keri - be an enemy, too?

I loved this book. In fact all that I have read in this series have been good. I do lack two reading the whole series, but I will read them. One thing I like about this series is the Morgan horses. I don't know if it is true or not, but I did know about Morgan horses before I read the books. They are beautiful horses. 

Darlene Franklin, Vickie McDonough, and Susan Page Davis did an amazing work on these books, blending them together. Their agent did an awesome selection putting them together to work on this project. These have been a most enjoyable read for me and for others. Thanks ladies. and one gentleman agent.

1 comment:

  1. Something has happened to Blogger and I cannot post a blog. I may have to change and go to another blog set-up. Bear with me. I am reading some good books and I'll try to let everyone know as soon as I've got something straightened out.