Branching Out
Kerstin March
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Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM By Kerstin March

NOTE This novel is the sequel to FAMILY TREES, by Kerstin March Nestled along the shores of the beautiful Great Lakes, Meyers Orchard is where Shelby Meyers found unexpected love and strength and now must forge a new life on her own terms Marriage marks both a happy ending and a new chapter for Shelby Meyers She and Ryan Chambers have overcome tremendous odds to stand t NOTE This novel is the sequel to FAMILY TREES, by Kerstin March Nestled along the shores of the beautiful Great Lakes, Meyers Orchard is where Shelby Meyers found unexpected love and strength and now must forge a new life on her own terms Marriage marks both a happy ending and a new chapter for Shelby Meyers She and Ryan Chambers have overcome tremendous odds to stand together in her grandparents orchard on the bluffs of Lake Superior, exchanging vows Still, there are challenges old and new to contend with Shelby struggles to find her niche among Ryan s prominent Chicago family, while her own mother remains unreliable and unpredictable, impacting her life even from afar Though Shelby s love for Ryan is as deep rooted as the orchard, her rocky upbringing makes her hesitant to start a family Before she can reconcile those feelings, a personal tragedy throws Shelby s confidence, and her marriage, into crisis To move forward she ll have to go back to her Great Lakes hometown and her mother, and to secrets she could never have guessed at, as she resolves to branch out on her own
  • Title: Branching Out
  • Author: Kerstin March
  • ISBN: 9781617735264
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback

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Christie Sitterly Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
I was thrilled when I realized that this was the sequel to Family Trees, a book I truly enjoyed. I love a good love story, and Branching Out is just that. This book details the lives of Ryan and Shelby, two individuals who come from very different walks of life. Branching Out chronicles further difficulties and a great tragedy the couple must come to terms with. One can't help but root for the characters and that they will prevail over their circumstances. I highly recommend this book!
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Sara Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
Reviewed for Chick Lit Central (chicklitcentral)Branching Out picks up where it’s predecessor, Family Trees left off. While Shelby and Ryan embark on a new journey, ready to form their union and spend forever together, they have secrets that threaten to damage their relationship and everything it stands for. For Shelby, so much of the foundation of her life has been uprooted. It’s so hard for her to settle into a life with Ryan that’s so vastly different from what she’s known. And for Ry [...]
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April Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
3.5 stars Branching out is a beautifully written, heartwrenching story of loss, grief, and forgiveness. It picks up shortly after the events of Family Trees and starts at a wedding. March has done a great job at weaving in details from the first book and things that happened between the two without it feeling like a history lesson. I love how poetic the writing feels and March definitely has a way with words. I do admit though that I had some trouble connecting to the story until about 80 pages [...]
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Heather Anastasiu Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
If you’re like me, then you often wonder, “what happens after the ‘happily ever after’?” The truth is, the first year of marriage is often the most difficult of any couple’s life, and things happen that make it even more so for Ryan and Shelby. Even if you haven’t read Family Trees, you quickly get caught up in this couple’s story. This book goes into intense places so that I was crying and couldn’t stop flipping pages. When I began this series, I thought I was just getting an [...]
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Rebecca Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
Readers of Nora Roberts and Janet Dailey need to discover Kerstin March. Finish her debut novel, Family Trees, and immediately after you will want to begin this sequel, Branching Out. Love and loss and redemption, a little glamour and the magical beauty of Lake Superior make this volume a nice place to spend your day.
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Desiree Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
I received this book through a giveaway, and loved every page of Shelby and Ryan's story. After the fairytale romance comes the unavoidable reality of life in all its beautiful and heartbreaking ways. I adored the way family and home were centric in helping the characters navigate the rough waters we all face. A highly recommended read!
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Robin Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
I read and enjoyed March's first book - particularly because of the setting in Bayfield. There are parts of this book that I enjoyed, but I thought it was out of balance. I wished that some parts had more emphasis and some parts less. It is hard to go into that without spoilers, but I will say that I thought the discussions and time spent on the "coming together" in the beautiful place was way to brief. There could have been so much richness in exploring "their process", since that seemed to be [...]
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Sharon Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
This is the 2nd of a series, and I hope the series ends right here. I read the first one, kind of liked it even though it was obvious it needed serious editing. I even gave it 5 stars for trying, but this one! Horrible! She obviously did little research on where cities are in Wisconsin. You do not get off the interstate to rural roads in Fond du Lac! You get off on a 6 lane highway to get to the hospital. Then in the same chapter she has Shelby in a hospital in Eau Claire. What? Eau Claire and F [...]
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Trisha Honetschlager Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
First off, I had no idea there was a first book. So, I may come back and reread this after reading the first one, it may change my opinion on this book.With that being said though, I had a lot of personal issues that I just couldn't get over that kind of held me back from really enjoying the book. Example, the Bernice character during the interviews. She has this weird ability which is just a bit too fake for me. I didn't enjoy that segment at all. The entire bar section was then ruined for me. [...]
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Margaret Galbraith Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
I did not realise there was a book before this one titled "Family Trees" but you could read this without the first one. I might try to find it later just to clear up some things mentioned in this book. So far an easy read but not been reading much lately. Good holiday reading with a few twists and turns even if a little predictable. On completion there is no need to read the first one unless you really wanted to as it all comes together and you find out everything anyway. I quite enjoyed this ch [...]
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Melinda Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
An enjoyable read, but not as powerful as the first book. I adore Bayfield, and missed its presence in this sequel. I also had a hard time relating to Shelby, who seemed far to young and naive to be realistic. In the end, when the story returns to Bayfield, my interest was more intense.March does a wonderful job of turning the town and Lake Superior into its own character in the story.
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Sarah Quickel Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
From the first page of Branching Out, you are immersed in the beauty of the Apostle Islands.March’s writing style flows so easily that you can relax and be taken away in the story. The characters are like your best friend. A heartfelt story of love, loss, and growth.A lovely read and I am anxiously awaiting to see what else this author will produce.
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Kara Dec 07, 2019 - 06:09 AM
Nothing really happens and it's really boring.
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Branching Out By Kerstin March NOTE This novel is the sequel to FAMILY TREES, by Kerstin March Nestled along the shores of the beautiful Great Lakes, Meyers Orchard is where Shelby Meyers found unexpected love and strength and now must forge a new life on her own terms Marriage marks both a happy ending and a new chapter for Shelby Meyers She and Ryan Chambers have overcome tremendous odds to stand t NOTE This novel is the sequel to FAMILY TREES, by Kerstin March Nestled along the shores of the beautiful Great Lakes, Meyers Orchard is where Shelby Meyers found unexpected love and strength and now must forge a new life on her own terms Marriage marks both a happy ending and a new chapter for Shelby Meyers She and Ryan Chambers have overcome tremendous odds to stand together in her grandparents orchard on the bluffs of Lake Superior, exchanging vows Still, there are challenges old and new to contend with Shelby struggles to find her niche among Ryan s prominent Chicago family, while her own mother remains unreliable and unpredictable, impacting her life even from afar Though Shelby s love for Ryan is as deep rooted as the orchard, her rocky upbringing makes her hesitant to start a family Before she can reconcile those feelings, a personal tragedy throws Shelby s confidence, and her marriage, into crisis To move forward she ll have to go back to her Great Lakes hometown and her mother, and to secrets she could never have guessed at, as she resolves to branch out on her own

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