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Lexie and Reese's story continues in the third and last book of the Azalea Plantation Series. The war ends, and Lexie awaits his return. Other soldiers are making it home, but Reese is missing. She leaves New Orleans and travels back to Azalea Plantation in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to await his return, busying herself with restoring the plantation after the war. Lexie cling Lexie and Reese's story continues in the third and last book of the Azalea Plantation Series. The war ends, and Lexie awaits his return. Other soldiers are making it home, but Reese is missing. She leaves New Orleans and travels back to Azalea Plantation in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to await his return, busying herself with restoring the plantation after the war. Lexie clings to faith and hope and refuses to give up on Reese even though she's heard the stories about prisoners-of-war and the explosion of the Sultana. The family decides to visit Azalea Plantation. Will it be for a funeral or a wedding? Reese has still not shown when they are all gathered together. Is it possible for a country to be restored like a plantation home?


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Lexie and Reese's story continues in the third and last book of the Azalea Plantation Series. The war ends, and Lexie awaits his return. Other soldiers are making it home, but Reese is missing. She leaves New Orleans and travels back to Azalea Plantation in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to await his return, busying herself with restoring the plantation after the war. Lexie cling Lexie and Reese's story continues in the third and last book of the Azalea Plantation Series. The war ends, and Lexie awaits his return. Other soldiers are making it home, but Reese is missing. She leaves New Orleans and travels back to Azalea Plantation in Vicksburg, Mississippi, to await his return, busying herself with restoring the plantation after the war. Lexie clings to faith and hope and refuses to give up on Reese even though she's heard the stories about prisoners-of-war and the explosion of the Sultana. The family decides to visit Azalea Plantation. Will it be for a funeral or a wedding? Reese has still not shown when they are all gathered together. Is it possible for a country to be restored like a plantation home?

30 review for Plantation Restored (Azalea Plantation #3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Ok I would recommend getting a new proofreader. All 3 books had multiple spelling and punctuation errors. The story line was good but I skimmed over most of the detailed war sections. I had a great great great grandfather die in the war so I do have an interest in the war but not to that detail in a romance novel.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    I enjoyed this book and the last in the series of Azalea Plantation. One thing I had a problem with is that, the story was actually drug out a lot longer than was necessary. There was a lot of redundancy in the book and became a distraction in completely the book. However, I really enjoyed the story of Lexie and Reese though. I would recommend this book just so you have a completion of the story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Cummins

    GOOD I enjoyed the final book of the series. Unfortunately, I felt the same as I did with the first book. Constantly repeating things. Example, the way Lexi missed Reese. Constantly, over and over. We get it move on. Sorry to be so blunt.

  4. 4 out of 5

    rob

    Good The overall story was great and the closure to the trilogy was satisfying. My complain is some of the story was very repetitive with certain sayings or when Lexie would talk or think about George. But overall it was a good series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Leigh Barnett

    LR Love the inspiration but didn’t feel the suspense part of this book as I did the first two. Reese almost went through too much drama for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Kidwell

    By BJ Robinson Publication Date: January 10, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Plantation Restored. This is book Three in the Azalea plantation series. The civil war has ended, and Lexie is awaiting the return of Reese. He has survived a war, but an explosion on his Steemer boat nearly kills him just as he comes close to dock. He is saved by a man named Moses, but when he is well enough, he must leave again. On January.31.1865 the thirteenth ammendment ab By BJ Robinson Publication Date: January 10, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Plantation Restored. This is book Three in the Azalea plantation series. The civil war has ended, and Lexie is awaiting the return of Reese. He has survived a war, but an explosion on his Steemer boat nearly kills him just as he comes close to dock. He is saved by a man named Moses, but when he is well enough, he must leave again. On January.31.1865 the thirteenth ammendment abolishing slavery is signed, but Lexie is concerned when she does not here from Reese. On April.14 President Lincoln is shot, and on April.15.1865 he dies at 7:22 a.m. Reese is in imprisoned, they believe he is an enemy soldier with the north, but he can't convince them otherwise. Will Reese survive the Prison Camp? Plantation Restored is a wonderful story of love, hope, friendship and faith. I give Plantation Restored five out of five stars. Happy Reading.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lawson

    Plantation Restored B. J. Robinson The last book of the Azalea Plantation Trilogy, Plantation Restored, was an exciting conclusion to this trilogy in only the way B.J. can weave a story with hope, love, and faith. Set at the end of the Civil War, Lexie is thankful because it means her beloved Reese will be coming home to her, the children, and Azalea Plantation. Though her hope, love, and faith are tested throughout the story she never fails to believe that Reese will return, but the days drag on Plantation Restored B. J. Robinson The last book of the Azalea Plantation Trilogy, Plantation Restored, was an exciting conclusion to this trilogy in only the way B.J. can weave a story with hope, love, and faith. Set at the end of the Civil War, Lexie is thankful because it means her beloved Reese will be coming home to her, the children, and Azalea Plantation. Though her hope, love, and faith are tested throughout the story she never fails to believe that Reese will return, but the days drag on without him. B. J. Robinson has once again combined her love of history and a love story with strong characters to bring you a book you don't want to put down. Reese tells Lexie that when the azaleas bloom, he will return...will he? Be sure to read and find out. I received an ARC which I voluntarily reviewed.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Slocum

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    Ann Risser

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    Vee Brantley

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    Joe Rimes

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tom Keown

  15. 5 out of 5

    zeda elliott

  16. 4 out of 5

    Beverly G. Kanewske

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wilma Hoffman

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sunny England

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lynda Runions

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shirley M. Vanderpool

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    Debby Dolezar

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    Alan Nelson

  23. 4 out of 5

    jean leonardy

  24. 5 out of 5

    constance e touhey

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    Peggy Warmack

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anne Gray

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    Helen B. Campanella

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marilynn

  29. 4 out of 5

    janice mcternan

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    Earlene Hope

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