These are the sort of prayers that I like, gathered into a book for my own use -- but I'm happy to share them with you.
Odd Hours contains Matins and Vespers for the seasons and chief festivals of the Church Year, each with its own responsories and versicles. They're based on the forms found in the Common Service Book (1917) and the Service Book and Hymnal (1958). (Compline is here, too.)
This means that the language is old-fashioned, the English of the King James Bible and the Book of Common Prayer. You either like it or you don't.
The entire Psalter is printed, with the Vulgate and Coverdale translations. (The English is in the original spelling, which may take some getting used to. Think of it as encouragement to choose the Latin.)
You will also find Martin Luther's Morning and Evening Prayers, the Litany, Suffrages and the Angelus, a selection of sacristy prayers, and excerpts from three sermons by St. Augustine.
There is a selection of about 50 Latin hymns, with translations by many different writers.
This is not a complete breviary. Only a few brief Bible readings are provided, and there are no readings from extra-Biblical authors. But it is lightweight and easy to use, the sort of book that can be carried around in a backpack and opened up when you have a few minutes.
Physically, Odd Hours is a 9x6 hardcover, the size of a slender hymnal. Under the dustjacket is a plain blue cover, which will coordinate nicely with your copy of Kolb & Wengert.
At the moment, it is available only from Lulu, for about $30. If I can arrange distribution through Amazon, it will cost more. So why wait? Click here to buy your copy!