An Honorable Man by Rosemary Rogers

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Beautiful, headstrong Cameron Campbell knows her privileged life as a Mississippi senator's daughter is about to be shattered. Her fine Southern family has its share of secrets and scandal, and as her father decides to stand with the Union, long-held family rivalries lead to cold-blooded murder. But amidst the devastation, one honorable man is about to show her the meaning of love.... Six years ago Cameron offered Captain Jackson Logan her heart -- and he walked away from her. She vowed then never to let another man hurt her that way. But now, as war assumes its deadly course, Cameron will be forced to find an ally in this man she loves to hate...and hates to love. A man whose strength and courage will mirror her own as she stakes a defiant stand against slavery. A man who will face unimaginable danger by her side and show her the magic of a rapturous love that comes but once in a lifetime.

About Rosemary Rogers

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Co-author of Saints Preserve Us!, Who in Hell ..., How to Be Irish, and Boomer Babes. She lives in Manhattan.
Published January 1, 2002 by Mira. 395 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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While Jackson and Cameron wrestle both in and out of the sheets, Cameron's sinister brother, Grant, kills their father and seeks to auction off all of their slaves, including Taye, Cameron's freed mulatto companion.

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However, Grant fails to recognize his sister's passion for honoring her father's wishes and see the slaves to safety and freedom.

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