Til Death Do Us Part

Luke Stone has cheated death more times than he cares to remember. With a second music career opportunity, he knows he won’t fill the Texas dancehalls and honky-tonks as he did in his younger days, but is determined to give it his all. Darlina, his rock, and anchor, longs to see his dreams fulfilled and vows to do everything possible to help him find success. Together the two grab the chance for Luke to record a new CD and make the sacrifices necessary to see it through.







Home At Last

Released from federal prison after fifteen long years, Luke Stone boards a Greyhound bus bound for Texas, for home and the woman who holds his heart. Revenge haunts him no more and the unjust sentence is behind him for good.

He happily hangs up his neon dreams for a paint brush and hammer, and trades his convict clothes for jeans and a work shirt. All of the plans and dreams made through letters over the many years can now become reality.







The Convict and the Rose

In this Award-Winning sequel to "Flowers and Stone." Luke and Darlina find their love severely tested as they struggle to overcome enormous odds.  

When Texas veteran musician, Luke Stone, finds himself behind bars with a seventy-five-year sentence, he is filled with hate, anger, and rebelliousness. He's lost everything that he treasures, including the woman who holds his heart.







Two Generations-Visions of Life, Volume 2

Two Generations is not just the story of the Wilcox family, father and son.  It is also a study of life in America for more than 100 years as seen through the lives of one family, ranging from basic pre-electricity and plumbing small-town life in the early 1900s to modern life in a large city, with all its conveniences, far from the family's original home town.  This is a fascinating book of both personal and historical scope, showing how America has changed, anchored throughout with the core values that made the United States a great country; growth and success through hard work and caring







Two Generations-Visions of Life, Volume 1

Two Generations is not just the story of the Wilcox family, father and son.  It is also a study of life in America for more than 100 years as seen through the lives of one family, ranging from basic pre-electricity and plumbing small-town life in the early 1900s to modern life in a large city, with all its conveniences, far from the family's original home town.







Flowers and Stone

Darlina Flowers longs to fit in, to belong, and more than anything, to be accepted. On her own, in Abilene, Texas, 1970, at nineteen, she’s working days in a boiler factory and nights at a local nightclub as a fledgling go-go dancer and waitress. Growing up in a strict religious home, sheltered and protected from the world, she finds herself drawn to all the things that were taboo or forbidden by her mother and the religion. Although young and naïve, she has one belief that never changes.