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Just Imagine. Home · Just Imagine Author: Phillips Susan Elizabeth. 37 downloads Views KB Just Imagine · Read more · Just Imagine. Read more. Get Free Read & Download Files Just Imagine Susan Elizabeth Phillips PDF. JUST IMAGINE SUSAN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS. Download: Just Imagine Susan. Just Imagine Mass Market Paperback – September 4, Disguised as a boy, she's come to New York City to kill Baron Cain, the man who stands between her and Risen Glory, the South Carolina home she loves. But unknown to Kit, the Yankee war hero is more than her bitterest enemy.
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His scamp of a stable boy is a strong-willed, violet-eyed be The War Between the States may be over for the rest of the country, but not for Kit Weston. Two hard-headed, passionate people Two stubborn opponents with tender souls With the blurb alone I knew I was going to like this one.
Two strong-willed people. Her hatred and dislike of him. Oh, my, it was sweet. Tortured hero. Stubborn heroine. I wasn't sure how it would work as she was quite young when they first met.
But it worked. Yessir, it worked mighty fine. He'd learned as a child not to get attached to anything. She reminded him of a wild rose, growing tangled and unruly in the deepest part of the woods Sometimes I don't even think you know you're doing it. I've been told that Southern women acquire the knack in the womb, and you don't seem to be any exception. Now it was his turn Nothing was going to be easy for these two.
She was savagely beautiful, his wild rose of the deep wood, as untamed as the day he'd met her I won't say too much more.
I know a lot of friends do not read Historicals. Your loss, I say. But to my friends who do read them, I really think this is a great one. At the moment he hated her View all 47 comments.
I had hoped to do a full review on this one but RL is a bit hectic at the moment. So this will be quick. Just Imagine was another fantastic read. I know I keep repeating myself when it comes to SEP but it bares repeating. They are always comforting and never fail to make me happy. With each chapter that animosity started to weaken and something else took its p I had hoped to do a full review on this one but RL is a bit hectic at the moment.
With each chapter that animosity started to weaken and something else took its place. Another fantastic read!! View all 19 comments. Although I haven't had much success with SEP's more recent stuff, or maybe I wasn't in the right mind frame I really liked this. It had an epic feel to it, made me think of those sweeping romances.
I loved seeing Kit transform from tomboy to vixen and finally to a woman comfortable in her own skin. At first I felt Baron was an ass, but even he grew on me. His past was very depressing and traumatic. He and Kit shared so much yet couldn't seem to agree on anything. But as fate would have it, some Although I haven't had much success with SEP's more recent stuff, or maybe I wasn't in the right mind frame But as fate would have it, some things are just meant to be.
The secondary plot about Sophronia and Magnus was fantastic. I loved seeing Magnus in his element and proving how much of a real man he was for Sophronia. The turmoil, angst, and ending, were all wonderful. Thanks for the rec, Mo ;. View all 7 comments. I loved this book. Super adorable. If only these 2 characters could have toned down their prideful personalities.
View all 3 comments. Muy, muy bonito. La portada no le hace justicia al libro View all 8 comments. Apr 27, Karen rated it it was amazing Shelves: LOVED this one!
Review to come View all 22 comments. Como siempre, los chicos de SEP y sus tramas, enamoran. View 1 comment. Review written September 4, 4. Enjoyed every minute.. Wonderful story and sweet romantic as always when by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. Now I know her historicals are as good as her more famous contemporary romances. When Cain hires her as a stable boy, Kit is delighted.
But, before she can shoot him, Cain discovers she's a woman and forces Kit to change her strategy I got a very nice Gone with the Wind feeling. It s after the American States Civil War and we are meeting a a wild southern innocent young heroine and a tough northern very dashing hero.
Not a boring minute.
Full speed and some surprising turns and twists and a nice enemy to lovers topic. What more could I wish for? Absolutely nothing a gray, rainy autumn week as this last one. Kit viaja a Nueva York con una sola idea, y es matar a Cain para que Risen Glory sea suya, pero las cosas no van nada bien cuando Cain la descubre.
Apr 02, Ana M. Pero como digo, eso es meramente subjetivo porque objetivamente es un libro al que no tengo nada que reprochar.
When Kit is orphaned at the age of 18, and her family lands are thrust on to her stepbrother Cain- she decides to kill him and gain what is rightfully hers. However, as she's caught in his barn, she is mistaken as a stable boy and given a job.
Soon her identity is discovered, and Cain promises her Risen Glory in lieu her becoming a "proper lady", rather than the uncouth hellion she now is- and Kit reluctantly accepts. Three years later, a beautiful belle enters back into Cain's life and attraction ignites. But all Kit has wanted is her land and trust fund, and all Cain wants is a semblance of happiness- can these two very different people finally come together?
I have to again confess- I love SEP- and I adore almost everything written by her- so the review might be a tad bit biased. This had impeccable plot and writing as expected, and I really enjoyed the banter between the characters.
Kit was impulsive and a bit immature, Cain was jealous and hard-headed; the passion and love between them was strong- so were the misunderstandings. That being said, I hope that we had more insight on Cain and his inner feelings- because I'd have loved to read more about that.
Veronica the widow with lady boner for Cain being a trivial part seemed un-necessary- but Dolly the chaperone was a pleasant surprise. The second story revolved around the African-American Sophronia and Magnus, with a slight focus on treatment of slaves back in the day- this one had a cute ending. Overall, this was not the best book by SEP- but I still did enjoy it.
The ending was very satisfying- however I felt this one had the typical "oomph" factor missing- which makes me bawl and fall for this author every single time. But I did cry. Unsafe view spoiler [ H is definitely not safe after meeting heroine. Book starts with him being with OW- not met the h then.
View all 10 comments. May 07, Hollie rated it liked it Shelves: Here's my breakdown: The pros: It annoyed me immensely. I do still love SEP and will likely read anything she publishes, this particular book was just a "miss" for me. Needless to say, I would not recommend this one.
Nov 12, Flannery rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love when the-most-beautiful-lady-in-all-the-land has a guy's haircut and dresses in britches and everyone thinks she's a dude. This plot device is used a lot and, while it allows for the fun of mistaken identity conversations and that moment when the lead male character realizes that he has been attracted to a woman, not a preteen male, it usually is not very believable.
Also, I am not a huge fan of historical fiction to begin with but I still enjoyed this. I mean, any excuse to use the w I love when the-most-beautiful-lady-in-all-the-land has a guy's haircut and dresses in britches and everyone thinks she's a dude. I mean, any excuse to use the word rapscallion is a-okay in my book. Something else I "learned" from this book: If you set something on fire, you should just chill out and wait until embers catch YOU on fire and smoke takes over your lungs.
Don't run away. And, if at the last minute you decide you probably should've run away, make sure to leave a little token so people can figure out it was you.
Seriously, Kit is supposed to be pretty intelligent. If an intelligent person is going to set a mill on fire I know, right? She totally could've gotten away with it. Though I suppose Cain could not have "punished" her if he didn't know it was her. This book reminded me of "Gone with the wind". There were a lot of similarities. The narrator was great. If I had been reading this ,I probably would have skimmed the second half of the book.
She did a great job of mellowing out the hero's asshat tendencies. She made him sound gentle even when he was saying or doing something cruel. Loved this one! I enjoyed this, even though I don't care for Antebellum setting at all.
I think a shovel was in order for the overbearing hero to hit him over the head with , though. I was a little wary of this one, knowing how much I love SEP's contemporaries, and this was her first book ever, and a historical to boot. I thought maybe she stayed away from historicals because she may not have been that good. Although this is the revised edition of the original edition, called Risen Glory , so I don't know how much she changed to make it better.
Even still, I could tell this was a SEP novel. It had all the same characteristics of her contemporary romance books, just the settin I was a little wary of this one, knowing how much I love SEP's contemporaries, and this was her first book ever, and a historical to boot. It had all the same characteristics of her contemporary romance books, just the setting and time period were different.
The way she describes her characters, their surroundings, the struggles they face, the typical bull-headed hero who somehow I still manage to like, the heroine who's strong and determined, but still vulnerable. All SEP traits, and things that I love.
I know this book got mixed reviews, but I guess I don't see how. Unless it's the time period, which I can understand, it's not my favorite to read about. Actually, that's not true, I enjoy reading about history, it's just this time period in the south doesn't mesh well with romance for me.
I tend to have a problem with the whole slavery thing, morals and all that. But this book handles it fairly well, even having the heroine, Kit change her tune when she realizes exactly what it meant to be a slave. It does gloss over it a bit, and really over everything of the time period.
I did like Safronia not sure how to spell it, as I listened to the audiobook and her struggles as well, that part would not have translated to modern terms so easily. The animosity she has against white men is understandable and I love that Mangus knows her well enough to love her the way she needed. I wish we had learned a bit more about Mangus as well.
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