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: Hercules “Lee” Daltry was the charmer of the family, but he couldn't charm his way out of this one. His grandmother was sending Lee back to the only place he had never fit in -- school. But this time, he was going as the schoolmarm! More at ease taming horses than children, Lee sought advice from the only other teacher he knew -- Meredith Lewis, a newcomer in town and the most proper lady he had ever met. Since he had taken her job as schoolmarm, she wanted nothing to do with him. But as Lee tried to tame the beautiful woman's anger, what started out as his family duty turned into an unforgettable lesson in love.
Book 2: Linda Francis Lee - “The Wallflower” ISBN: 0515116831 The Task: Shy Persephone “Persy” Daltry, must spend a year in New York as a debutante . . .
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 . . .