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by Rosemary Rogers

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Post-Civil War Mississippi

2003 Best American-Set Romance Nominee

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The Civil War is over, the world as Cameron Campbell Logan knew
it is gone, but her husband, Union officer and spy Captain Jackson
Logan, is coming home, and she can tell him he is going to be
a father.

Their joy is tempered by the news that Jackson must go on a
mission for the president, and Cameron will be alone again. She
to returns to Elmwood, her home in Mississippi, and rebuild the
mansion, against Jackson's wishes. Cameron has no idea that
the ravaged South is filled with scheming carpetbaggers, angry Confederate
soldiers and unknown dangers.

There are forces at work who want to see her fail in reclaiming her
heritage, and only the power of Jackson's love can keep her safe.

Infuse Gone With the Wind with Rogers' typically high sexual
tension, and you get this tightly written, action-packed romance set against a turbulent backdrop—and featuring a pair of hot-blooded and hardheaded lovers destined to fight and make up again and again. This is vintage Rogers, and one her fans will treasure. SENSUAL (Dec., 472 pp., $7.50)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Mira

Published: December 2003

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