Margarita's suggestions are very good, I like both of those. Same with JamesR. The Jordanville (i.e., Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY) prayer book is my standard, though I have say I like the Prayer Book put out by St. Tikhon's Press, as well. Both follow the Russian tradition in morning/evening prayers, which is what you seem to be asking for. I don't know much about non-Slavic private devotions for morning/evening, so I can't speak to that.
I also have to recommend the little red Antiochian prayer book, as well. It's very portable, and has a lot of nice, short occasional prayers (i.e., for meals, travel, illness, the departed etc.) as well as a neat little confession guide based on the 10 commandments, which is my usual go-to guide. Though, the morning/evening prayers are on the "side of brevity" as one Antiochian priest once said to me about way they approach prayer in general (lol) and so it won't include all those numbered prayers like in the Jordanville or STS prayer books.