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3.5 starsNote: this review is based upon the original 1984 edition. It has since been republished as Just Imagine, and from reading other reviews it sounds like some parts have been revised. I'd have to do a side-by-side comparison to be sure, but life is too short for that. From Bavr's comments on this review it doesn't sound like much has been changed to make it more PC friendly (that's a good thing).The guy. Major Baron Cain was driven from his home at a very young age by his cold-hearted ste...
Enjoyed this story about Kit, a Southern belle, and Baron, a Union hero. Their relationship reminded me of Scarlet and Rhett. Baron received Kit's South Carolina plantation at the end of the Civil War. Kit, needless to say, was resentful and only wants Risen Glory back. But Baron ends up forcing her to marry him and turns the plantation into a profitable enterprise. Through much conflict, they do have their wonderful HEA. Great story.
Read the version of this republished as Just Imagine
Read this awhile back under its more recent title "Just Imagine".
This novel was rewritten as "Imagine."I went from really liking this to wanting it to end as soon as possible. It takes place from 1865-1869. Kit's very likable- she's feisty and a smartmouth with lots of fire and spirit...just the type of heroine I prefer. She's aged sixteen through twenty during the story.Cain's had a rough life and is getting by on his earnings from gambling. He's twenty-eight. He and Kit clash for most of the story and when they're together I don't feel chemistry. They don't...