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Susan Page Davis

Susan Page Davis

Genres:
Historical
,
Romance
,
Suspense
Award-winning author Susan Page Davis is a mother of six who lives in Kentucky with her husband, Jim. She worked as a newspaper correspondent for more than twenty-five years in addition to home-schooling her children. She writes romances and cozy mysteries and is a member of ACFW.
Captive Trail (Texas Trails #2)

Captive Trail (Texas Trails #2)

(September 2011)
Genres:
Historical
,
Romance
|
Publisher: River North
|
ISBN: 978-0-8024-0584-5

The Captive Trail is second in 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.  Although a series, each book can be read on its own.

Taabe Waipu has run away from her Comanche village and is fleeing south in Texas on a horse she stole from a dowry left outside her family's teepee.  The horse has an accident and she is left on foot, injured and exhausted.  She staggers onto a road near Fort Chadbourne and collapses.

On one of the first runs through Texas, Butterfield Overland Mail Company driver Ned Bright carries two Ursuline nuns returning to their mission station.  They come across a woman who is nearly dead from exposure and dehydration and take her to the mission.

With some detective work, Ned discovers Taabe Waipu identity. He plans to unite her with her family, but the Comanche have other ideas, and the two end up defending the mission station. Through Taabe and Ned we learn the true meaning of healing and restoration amid seemingly powerless situations.

Related link: Hit the Trail: Three historical romance authors team up for Texas Trails

The series:
Lone Star Trail (Texas Trails #1)
Captive Trail (Texas Trails #2)
The Long Trail Home (Texas Trails #3)
A Ranger's Trail (Texas Trails #4)
Cowgirl Trail (Texas Trails #5)
End of the Trail (Texas Trails #6)
 
 

 

 

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