Book Reviews of Return To Me (Logan, Bk 2)

Return To Me (Logan, Bk 2)
Return To Me - Logan, Bk 2
Author: Rosemary Rogers
ISBN-13: 9781551667485
ISBN-10: 1551667487
Publication Date: 12/1/2003
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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A fragile peace has come to the country in the aftermath of the Civil War, but tensions remain strong in the hearts and souls of those who fought for their land...and for love. For beautiful, strong willed Cameron Campbell, the war had one shining spot: dashing Captain Jackson Logan. Though separated by duty for nearly four years, Jackson has come home at last. Cameron, however, has a few plans of her own. This headstrong young woman-who's unwilling to do any man's bidding-is determined to return to Elmwood, her family's Mississippi plantation, and reclaim her heritage, stolen by the ravages of war. A union spy and decorated war hero, Jackson's legendary air of command served him well as a leader of men. But now he is forced to recon with a wife as stubborn and willful as he-and the unexpected return of a woman from his past who has come to claim his love. While his passion is fierce for his beautiful wife, a dark menace forces him into a last crucial mission for his country, and Jackson knows he must also make a final stand for the woman he loves.....
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A good Civil War romance read.
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A book set during the Civil War. A good book to read.
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A fragile peace has come to the country in the aftermath of the Civil War, but tensions remain strong in the hearts and souls of those who fought for their land . . . and for love For the beautiful, strong-willed Cameron Campbell, the war had one shining spot: dashing Captain Jackson Logan. Though separated by duty for nearly four years, Jackson has come home at last. Cameron, however, has a few plans of her own. This headstrong young woman - who's unwilling to do any man's bidding - is determined to return to Elmwood, her family's Mississippi plantation, and reclaim her heritage, stolen by the ravages of war. a Union spy and decorated war hero, Jackson's legendary air of command served him well as a leader of men. But now he is forced to reckon with a wife as stubborn and willful as he - and the unexpected return of a woman from his past who has come to claim his love. While his passion is fierce for his beautiful wife, a dark menace forces him into a last crucial mission for his country, and Jackson knows he must also make a final stand for the woman he loves.
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For beautiful ,strong-willed Cameron Cambell,the war had one shinning spot: Captain Jackson Logan. Though separated by duty and nearly four years. Jackson has come home at last. Cameron,however,has a few plans of her own. This headstrong young woman-who's unwilling to do any man's bidding-is determined to return to Elmwood,her family's Missippi plantation,and reclaim her heritage,stolen by the ravages of war.
A Union spy and decorated was hero,Jackson's legendarty air of command served him well as a leader of men. But now he is forced to reckon with a wife as stubborn and willful as he-and the unexpected return of a woman from his past who has come to claim his love. While his passion is fierce for his beautiful wife,a dark,menace forces him into a last crucial mission for his country,and Jackson knows he must make a final stand for the woman he loves.
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Washington, D.C. June, 1865

The summer night was warm and humid, reminding Cameron of her home in Mississippi, as her stylish horse-drawn carriage slowed to a halt on the brick-paved drive in front of the Rowe-James Hotel in Washington, D.C. She gathered the skirts of her blue-and-white Pekins silk evening gown and grasped the white-gloved hand offered by a red-liveried footman, allowing him to assist her onto the lamp-lit walk. The slight breeze from the Potomac ruffled the mass of rich red curls that fell down her back, revealing cascading diamond-and sapphire earrings sparkling to her bare shoulders.

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A fragile peace has come to the country in the aftermath of the Civil War, but tensions remain strong in the hearts and souls of those who fought for their land . . . and for love