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A Vision of Lucy

A Vision of Lucy

By Margaret Brownley
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.3 Stars

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On 3/2 CherryBlossomMJ wrote: I really enjoy Margaret Brownley’s writing. It’s refreshing and whitty. The characters have such personality and jump right off the page. I loved both the heroine and hero from the first introduction. Reading about photography in times past is really neat. Lucy believed that a camera could see things ... A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownley

CherryBlossomMJ's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/1 Tash Pavez wrote: Feisty photographer Lucy dreams of becoming working for the local newspaper - but of course, the editor doesn't quite share her goal (in a time where women were mothers and wives, he wouldn't have been the only one). But Lucy is determined to prove his assumptions about females wrong, and sets out to ... A nice, if slightly predictable read

Tash Pavez's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/11 robynleasmith wrote: A Vision of Lucy tells the tale of a vivacious young photographer named Lucy who attracts trouble in a quite, conservative town. Lucy gets caught up in some real drama when she encounters ‘The Wild Man’. As she tries to keep her pride, her job and her confusing feelings from making her crazy, she ... A Vision of Lucy

robynleasmith's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/14 Abraham Wood wrote: I completely loved A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownley! Such a wonderful story in the Rocky Creek Romance series! Taking Place in 1882, in Rocky Creek, TX - A Vision of Lucy is about Lucy Fairbanks, a young lady who has a passion for photography. I loved Lucy from the very first paragraphy! She longs ... A Vision of Lucy By: Margaret Brownley

Abraham 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/30 jr911 wrote: I apologize, I read this book a while back and completely forgot to hit the "post" button when I was done.  This book may have been out for a couple of weeks by now!A Vision of Lucy  By Margaret Brownley This books wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but it was a fun read that offered a ... Book Review: A Vision of Lucy

jr911's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/14 Kristen Richardson wrote: When David was a child he was dropped off at the orphanage. He decided to run away at the age of 10. What happened after that, affected everyone involved for years to come. David must learn to forgive the boys who made him the man he is today. Lucy must learn to trust God with her future--with David ... a vision of lucy

Kristen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/13 Emily N. wrote: Okay, I loved this book.  It was truly a pleasure to read A Vision for Lucy.  I am a photography lover, so I was almost instantly hooked by the main character's passion of the wonderful hobby.  It was a very unique plot- a young woman and photographer in the late 1800s who meets ... Book Review: A Vision of Lucy

Emily N. 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/22 Danyelle Hunnicutt wrote: Trouble seems to follow Lucy Fairbanks wherever she happens to go, so it’s no surprise that she found herself in a pickle again. When Lucy is trying to get a photograph of the elusive and possibly mythical white mustang she discovers something else entirely. A Wells Fargo stage robbery. When she somehow ... A Vision of Lucy

Danyelle's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/10 amydeanne wrote: ... David Wolf made for an interesting character – I will admit the flags when up and a touch of heat when he commented about himself being a “half breed” ~ being Canadian and knowing the history of the Metis people that is an extremely touchy word even in today’s society (or just perhaps because ... fun and easy read

amydeanne's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/2 StebStott wrote: Margaret Brownly's book "A Vision of Lucy" was creative, romatic, exciting, and fun to read. I was hooked at the very beginning. The story is based in a small town called Rocky Creek. She dreams of becoming a photographer. Lucy always falls into trouble when she is trying to capture just the right picture. ... a Vision of Lucy

StebStott's Rating:

5 Stars