Somerset

Somerset

Book - 2014
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Spanning more than six decades, Somerset takes readers back to 1835 as Silas Toliver and Jeremy Warwick, younger sons of wealthy plantation owners, prepare to leave South Carolina in search of greater fortune in Texas. In a classic Meacham twist, Silas is forced to marry Jessica Wyndham, a headstrong heiress who harbors abolitionist sentiments. Love eventually grows between them and they form the foundation upon which the novel Roses is built.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2014
ISBN: 9781455547388
1455547387
Characteristics: 610 p. : genealogical tables ; 24 cm

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pp47
Sep 27, 2015

I was hoping(am hoping)for the rest of the story for roses I could not put it down.

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sasie
Jun 07, 2014

Absolutely great story.

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roseymc
May 17, 2014

Excellent ! the waiting was worth it. Roses and Tumbleweeds comes before and does not dissapoint from this wonderful author.

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mztory
May 15, 2014

A book I could not put down. For such a thick book it was a fast read. After reading it I read Roses. If you enjoy family sagas these are two great books.

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wmtlady
Apr 27, 2014

great novelist with flair for making history "come alive."

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