In the heart of Texas lives a family as big and bold as the state itself. The Daltrys are as different as they come, each with his or her own strengths -- and weaknesses. Every time a Daltry turns twenty years old they are presented with a task by their grandmother. These challenges are intended to teach then about character -- but they often learn quite a bit about love along the way . . .
Sons and Daughters, the Daltry family, a series written by the following authors:
Book 1: Lorraine Heath - “The Ladies’ Man” ISBN: 051511636X The Task: Engaging Hercules ”Lee” Daltry must quit ranching and be the town schoolmarm for a year . .
Book 2: Linda Francis Lee - “The Wallflower” ISBN: 0515116831 The Task: Persephone “Persy” Daltry was the shy girl of the family, spending more time cooking than courting. Though she loved her family and the Daltry ranch, she secretly longed for a more sophisticated lifestyle, like the refined people she had read about in her books. And when her grandmother sent her to New York City for a year to debut with her cousin, it seemed like a dream come true. But she didn't plan on missing home so much, or noticing the arrogance of high society. She didn't plan on working in a saloon owned by Jake Devlin, the handsome and notorious ‘Prince of Prince Street’. And she definitely didn't plan on falling in love . . .
Book 3: Debra S. Cowan - “The Matchmaker” ISBN: 0515117110 The Task: Loverboy C.J. Daltry must play cupid, he has one year to find a husband for a comely girl . . .
Book 4: Rachelle Nelson - “The Flirt” ISBN: 0515117684 The Task: Flirtatious Venus Daltry must spend a year in the company of a blind man . .
Book 5: Mary Lou Rich - “The Tomboy” ISBN: 0515118109 The Task: Atalanta “Allie” Daltry has to learn to cook, dance, and be a lady . . .
Book 6: Elaine Crawford - “The Perfect Gentleman” ISBN: 0515118451 The Task: Entrepreneur Atlas “Bub” Daltry must put away his lists and take out a popular widow . . .