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Third in the Orchard Rest Series Somerset and Sawyer return to Century Grove to enjoy a romantic interlude before she begins medical school. When a summons to Richmond threatens their newfound happiness, Somerset finds, despite her commitment to live in the present, the dark mysteries of the past are never far behind. At the Marsh, Myra Marshall is determined to forget C Third in the Orchard Rest Series Somerset and Sawyer return to Century Grove to enjoy a romantic interlude before she begins medical school. When a summons to Richmond threatens their newfound happiness, Somerset finds, despite her commitment to live in the present, the dark mysteries of the past are never far behind. At the Marsh, Myra Marshall is determined to forget Century Grove and relish the privileged life her family can provide. When a tragedy makes her question her place in the family, Myra finds herself undecided on matters of the heart as well. Joseph and Ivy Forrest are living the life they always hoped for at Orchard Rest plantation. When things begin to go awry, it's clear someone in the Grove is set on revenge, and everyone wonders if they can emerge unscathed from the maelstrom. Book #4 coming in 2017.


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Third in the Orchard Rest Series Somerset and Sawyer return to Century Grove to enjoy a romantic interlude before she begins medical school. When a summons to Richmond threatens their newfound happiness, Somerset finds, despite her commitment to live in the present, the dark mysteries of the past are never far behind. At the Marsh, Myra Marshall is determined to forget C Third in the Orchard Rest Series Somerset and Sawyer return to Century Grove to enjoy a romantic interlude before she begins medical school. When a summons to Richmond threatens their newfound happiness, Somerset finds, despite her commitment to live in the present, the dark mysteries of the past are never far behind. At the Marsh, Myra Marshall is determined to forget Century Grove and relish the privileged life her family can provide. When a tragedy makes her question her place in the family, Myra finds herself undecided on matters of the heart as well. Joseph and Ivy Forrest are living the life they always hoped for at Orchard Rest plantation. When things begin to go awry, it's clear someone in the Grove is set on revenge, and everyone wonders if they can emerge unscathed from the maelstrom. Book #4 coming in 2017.

30 review for Love at the Marsh (Orchard Rest Historical Southern Fiction Series, Book 3)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Denim Voirin

    I finally have recovered from the cliffhanger and Joseph's proclamation at the end. Through out the series, I've enjoyed Somerset. She's become a bit cumbersome but all in all I don't have much complaints about her this book. Ive enjoyed Ivy the most since she seems to be a much more likable Blanche. She's flawed, done some terrible things, but is redeemable in that she is all around a good person. I would say this makes her one of the most nuanced character in the book. In this particular book, I finally have recovered from the cliffhanger and Joseph's proclamation at the end. Through out the series, I've enjoyed Somerset. She's become a bit cumbersome but all in all I don't have much complaints about her this book. Ive enjoyed Ivy the most since she seems to be a much more likable Blanche. She's flawed, done some terrible things, but is redeemable in that she is all around a good person. I would say this makes her one of the most nuanced character in the book. In this particular book, I found her character a bit lacking and desperate. I missed her no nonsense attitude from the second book. Joseph ruined his character for me in this book. I'm not sure I care to see them through out another book. I can't even comprehend how someone can bring these two back together because it seems past the point of no return. Myra and Kirk saved the book. They carried a fun yet tumultuous romance that brought the sour note up in the book. The ending scene confused me mainly with the blatant hypocrisy of those that sat at that table. A lot of their characters were ruined for me in that one scene. I love flawed and villainous characters when they're admitted to be so but I always dislike when authors try to "push" a character on you. It sometimes feels manipulated, to go back on storylines and character traits to simply push a plot. When I have no understanding of how one can continue with what I believe to be the next plot, theres been some mistake in some character arc. The terrible thing with this book is that it was more than one character and at the same time. The cliffhanger should've ended the book. I had little to no interest with what came after. I scanned the pages to see if there was anything else continued about Ivy. This story is well written and the drama, flaws, and nuanced writing makes a good series. It has ushered me into a time period, I generally had no care for. I've always been a regency reader and now I'm happy to delve into more Civil War era romances, drama's, and thrillers. I sincerely thank this author for introducing me to a genre I had yet to read which at times felt impossible. It was a breath of fresh air to read even if I find a lot of the characters unbearable. To affect me so as a reader is what an author is supposed to do.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Afton Nelson

    The plot felt a little more wandering that the first two books and didn't push me along to one, final moment of excitement that connected with the rest of the story. Still, I happily opened this book at every spare moment to find out what would happen in these characters lives next. The plot felt a little more wandering that the first two books and didn't push me along to one, final moment of excitement that connected with the rest of the story. Still, I happily opened this book at every spare moment to find out what would happen in these characters lives next.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Overall, I liked this book better than the 2nd, but I still feel that most of the characters are just deplorable. The whole Ivy/Joseph situation was incredibly heart-breaking and hypocritical. That's TWO times Ivy has saved Joseph's life, but he can't forgive her! He kept saying how there was good and bad in everyone, and she accepted his bad with the good, he just couldn't reciprocate. He didn't look at her as a person with flaws, just someone he thought should be perfect. I just didn't feel th Overall, I liked this book better than the 2nd, but I still feel that most of the characters are just deplorable. The whole Ivy/Joseph situation was incredibly heart-breaking and hypocritical. That's TWO times Ivy has saved Joseph's life, but he can't forgive her! He kept saying how there was good and bad in everyone, and she accepted his bad with the good, he just couldn't reciprocate. He didn't look at her as a person with flaws, just someone he thought should be perfect. I just didn't feel the betrayal as deeply, and maybe that's because I never read the 1st book. I am so happy that Kirk, who is really one of the only characters I truly like as a person, got his HEA (hopefully it stays that way). I thought the epilogue was odd way to end things. Not sure if I'll continue reading in the series. I probably should've stopped after the last one, but, I kept on reading because I kept thinking, "things have to get better."

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gary David Reed

    Great Couldn't put it down. Loved all the characters. Was really shocked when Joseph told Ivy to leave. She just loved him so much. I can see the reason why she wanted her out of sight right away. I don't think Joseph was any better than she. What about Fairlees disease ? Great Couldn't put it down. Loved all the characters. Was really shocked when Joseph told Ivy to leave. She just loved him so much. I can see the reason why she wanted her out of sight right away. I don't think Joseph was any better than she. What about Fairlees disease ?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trish Smith

    Lots of twists and turns. I really like this book! It leaves you wanting more!! I am looking forward to reading on and seeing where the story and the characters go from here. Very simulating.

  6. 5 out of 5

    EILEEN ROTH

    Love at the Marsh Was there any necessary reason why you had to destroy Joseph's wife. Demerest was as guilty. Ivy's treatment by Joseph was reprehensible. It was way out of character for the whole story, it ruined it for me. There was nothing that prepared the reader for this spiteful meanness. Love at the Marsh Was there any necessary reason why you had to destroy Joseph's wife. Demerest was as guilty. Ivy's treatment by Joseph was reprehensible. It was way out of character for the whole story, it ruined it for me. There was nothing that prepared the reader for this spiteful meanness.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Amazing. It's so, so good to read historical fiction that combines romance, mystery, and suspense into a saga that has had me up until 3 am for three nights running. So well written that I hardly mind that the author has cost me the entirety of my Mardi Gras holiday. And all to find I'm still awaiting a conclusion that ties up several intriguing mysteries. What a gem of a series. Bravo, Mrs. Denney! Waiting for more! Amazing. It's so, so good to read historical fiction that combines romance, mystery, and suspense into a saga that has had me up until 3 am for three nights running. So well written that I hardly mind that the author has cost me the entirety of my Mardi Gras holiday. And all to find I'm still awaiting a conclusion that ties up several intriguing mysteries. What a gem of a series. Bravo, Mrs. Denney! Waiting for more!

  8. 4 out of 5

    pat knott

    Loved it very good plot kept your interest wished it didn't end whole series with cliff hanger Loved it strong charActers kept interest going no dull parts surprise endings but I don't like cliff hangers I want another book to answer the mystery Loved it very good plot kept your interest wished it didn't end whole series with cliff hanger Loved it strong charActers kept interest going no dull parts surprise endings but I don't like cliff hangers I want another book to answer the mystery

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lonnie Thompson

    *SIGH* I didnt want the story to end. It gains momentum with each sequal...worthy read.. I will be waiting IMPATIENTLY for the next edition to the rich family tapestry of characters and mysteries mixed together.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Harsch

    Love at the marsh I just finished the third book in the series series . I wish it didn't end . I will be patiently waiting for the fourth book .Hope Denny is an excellent author and I highly recommend this series, especially if you love Southern historical fiction as much as I do. Love at the marsh I just finished the third book in the series series . I wish it didn't end . I will be patiently waiting for the fourth book .Hope Denny is an excellent author and I highly recommend this series, especially if you love Southern historical fiction as much as I do.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Mills

  12. 5 out of 5

    dameon

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Bruecks

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kimmy Nivens

  15. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  16. 4 out of 5

    Judy Maron

  17. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joann

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melanie J. Zumhingst

  20. 5 out of 5

    Wanda Williams

  21. 5 out of 5

    dalene baumert

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Lewis

  23. 5 out of 5

    Leasha Knight

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Chadwick

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cori

  26. 4 out of 5

    steve beardsley

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joyce A Poirier

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amy Draves

  29. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Brockman

  30. 4 out of 5

    barbara erwin

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