The Trahern’s Set #3


“I really enjoyed the humor in this book (Quietest Woman). I couldn’t stop. I wish I could give these books more than 5 stars.” Barn 54 “Another enjoyable story in this wonderful series that spans the years. This one (Bravest Woman) takes place during the civil war. A brave woman who is smuggling things out of town for the South gets caught. But help is at hand in the form of Prescott Trahern. I love how this series follows the Trahern family through history right up to the present day. Every story is full of interesting detail of the time period that fascinates me. A sweet romance blossoms in each story and it’s satisfying following these two characters through their trials and tribulations to the happy ending.” by Loves Reading “This is another good novella of the Trahern clan. I can only say that I have truly loved this series. It is one of the best series I have read, and I feel I have read some really good ones. Just to name a few, The Deadwood Series by Ann Charles, The Much Ado series by Jacquie Rogers and The Mule Tamer series by John Horst. Can’t wait to read the next one.” by Roadwarrior

#8 The Quietest Woman in the South. Cade Trahern saddles up his Civil War mule, General Wheezer, planning to head back to Tennessee. But a lot of things can happen to a man and a mule, as they stop to help people along the way.

#9 The Bravest Woman in the Town. Kate is a “mule,” smuggling guns and other items, under her heavy skirts, out of Nashville. How can she escape the Union Major, Prescott Trahern, who discovers her secret?

#10 The Richest Man in Texas. In 1866, Cole Trahern is crossing Texas when he meets a sandstorm, a dying man, a gal with a Kentucky rifle, Indians, a jealous suitor, a controlling grandfather, and a huge amount of Spanish gold. Can this Trahern get the woman and the gold?

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