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An Honorable Man by Rosemary Rogers

An Honorable Man (edition 2002)

by Rosemary Rogers

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Title:An Honorable Man
Authors:Rosemary Rogers
Info:Mira (2002), Mass Market Paperback, 400 pages
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An Honorable Man by Rosemary Rogers



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Cameron Campbell has led a sheltered life as the daughter of a Mississippi senator living on the family plantation, Elmwood, but now she has to try and forget her first and only love, Captain Jackson Logan. She was only 17 when he entered her life and promptly broke her heart; she is now, six years later, an improper, still unmarried southern belle when he returns to Elmwood with news of the impending Civil War. Cameron's father plans to send his daughter north, and he himself prepares to side with the Union, knowing that his son will side with the South. Captain Logan has a mysterious mission at Elmwood concerning the senator, but Cameron cannot see beyond her impression of a man who seeks fortune above all else. Logan, meanwhile, realizes that he has never forgotten Cameron, but his secret mission makes it difficult to communicate his true feelings. Rogers has filled an old-fashioned romance with modern thoughts about women, slavery, sex, and an updated version of the South.
« Fille d’un sénateur, Cameron Campbell a connu une enfance privilégiée dans la plantation d’Elmwood, où elle a toujours vécu comme une princesse. Aussi est-elle furieuse lorsque le capitaine Jackson Logan, l’homme dont elle est tombée amoureuse, la quitte sans explication après une romance innocente.  
Six ans plus tard, Jackson est de retour à Elmwood, au moment où la guerre de sécession éclate. Cameron est toujours furieuse contre lui mais, sur les ordres de son père qui souhaite la mettre à l’abri, elle va devoir accepter le soutien de Jackson, et quitter Elmwood avec lui. Elle devra renoncer à certains de ses idéaux et accepter les scandaleux secrets de famille qui vont être mis à jour…»

Note: Tome 2 à paraitre en mai 2013.
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After her father, a Mississippi senator, sides with the Union cause, Cameron Campbell is forced to ask Captain Jackson Logan, the one man she hates, to stand by her as she takes a dangerous stand against slavery.

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