Author of Historical Family Sagas

Featured List of DL Larson’s Published Works

Promises to Keep

Gambling threatens to ruin a family; infidelity taints a marriage, and tender dreams lay shattered. Join the Douglas family on an adventure of the heart and soul, a journey that each must make as they search for the forgiving power of love. Annie Douglas's wayward husband Joe spends too much time at the saloon. His obsession drives Annie to do the unthinkable. Christine Douglas Frailey is determined to strengthen the marriage bond with her husband. But Francis has a nasty secret he keeps from her, destroying the trust between them. Devastation tears each couple apart, but is devotion and deep-rooted love strong enough to bring them back together?

Promises My Love

Francis Frailey fears he might become as abusive as his uncle once was, so he admires his young family from a distance. His plan is lonely, but safe, until his wife Christine sneaks past his staunch decorum. With tender devotion she coaxes him beyond his wretched childhood memories to a place where trust and love grows.

The fragile bond shatters when Francis' family intervenes and he must decide if hate will rule his heart. Christine promises forgiveness will make him whole, but Francis aches for revenge. He's determined to kill his uncle and be done.

Christine's brother, Joe Douglas, has plans of his own that include asking his wife Annie to face her troubled past. But to help Christine, Joe agrees to go after Francis and bring him home. Taking his young son and nephew with him unhinges them all. Joe doesn't know if the love Francis has for his son is stronger than the hate he harbors for his uncle. Or perhaps Francis despises himself most of all. Joe fears the wrong person may end up dead.

Memories Trail: Part 1

For Elizabeth Kincaid, her innocence as well as her ignorance of frontier ways spell danger when she is captured by a band of savages and taken into the wilds of the Ohio Territory. Except one of those savages, the leader named Tecumseh, is not the heathen she though he was, especially wehn she realizes they share a common gift, visions of things to come.

Tecumseh asked Elizabeth for a vision, and after several days pass, she tells him of a man who will come to their village in friendship. No one is more surprised than Elizabeth when the man appears with the morning sun just as she envisioned.

But evil lurks even in the most tranquil of settings and Tecumseh's brother accuses 'the man of her vision' Will Douglas, of being the devil. To defend his honor and hers, Will must run the gauntlet. His life or death will decide her own.

Governor Harrison of the Indiana Territory intends to expand the frontier. The Shawnee and other Indian tribes are to give up their land or suffer the consequences. The Shawnee, Tecumseh's tribe, have already given all they can. Tecumseh wishes for a united Indian Nation where they can live just as their ancestors had for generations. The British in Detroit have long guns and cannon aimed at the Americans. It is only a matter of time before war breaks out.

Tecumseh tells Elizabeth he sees Will's death as easily as he sees his own. Despite her pleas, Will picks up his war club to defend the people he loves. His decision could well destroy them both.

Memories Trail: Part 2

Governor Harrison of the Indiana Territory intends to expand the frontier. The Shawnee and other Indian tribes are to give up their land or suffer the consequences. The Shawnee, Tecumseh's tribe, have already given all they can. Tecumseh wishes for a united Indian Nation where they can live just as their ancestors had for generations. The British in Detroit have long guns and cannon aimed at the Americans. It is only a matter of time before war breaks out.

Tecumseh tells Elizabeth he sees Will's death as easily as he sees his own. Despite her pleas, Will picks up his war club to defend the people he loves. His decision could well destroy them both.

A Wicked Appetite

All treats! No Tricks!

Enjoy recipes for corn broth soup, chocolate-chocolate chip cookies, and pumpkin pie thumbprint kolackies along with these fantastic fall romance stories. With a dedication from bestsellers Tracey Devlyn and Adrienne Giordano, this collection was written by the Windy City Chapter of RWA in honor of librarian and author A. Lynne Wall, and proceeds will go to Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Memories Trail

Three people, united in passion and purpose, are torn apart by the destruction of war. Domination over wilderness beyond the frontier threatens all they believe in. For Elizabeth Kincaid, her innocence as well as her ignorance of frontier ways spells danger when she is captured by a band of savages and taken into the wilds of the Ohio Territory. Except one of these savages, the leader named Tecumseh is not the heathen she thought he was, especially when she realizes they share a common gift, visions of things to come. Tecumseh asked Elizabeth for a vision, and after several days pass, she tells him of a man who will come to their village in friendship. No one is more surprised than Elizabeth when the man appears with the morning sun just as she envisioned. But evil lurks even in the most tranquil of settings and Tecumseh’s brother accuses the man of her vision, Will Douglas, of being the devil. To defend his honor and hers, Will must run the gauntlet. His life or death will decide her own. Governor Harrison of the Indiana Territory intends to expand the frontier. The Shawnee and other Indian tribes are to give up their land or suffer the consequences. The Shawnee, Tecumseh’s tribe has already given all they can. Tecumseh wishes for a united Indian Nation where they can live just as their ancestors had for generations. The British in Detroit have long guns and cannon aimed at the Americans. It is only a matter of time before war breaks out.