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A VISION OF LUCY
by Margaret Brownley

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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In the third book of the Rocky Creek Romance series we meet Lucy Fairbanks, a feisty female photographer Though the storyline drags a little in the beginning, it picks up and redeems itself and becomes a satisfying read.

Texas, 1882: Lucy Fairbanks finds herself in some strange situations just to get the best picture she can. She wants to prove to her father that what she loves to do is important. She also wants a job at the local newspaper, and thinks she can impress the editor by bringing him a picture of the elusive David Wolf, whom the townspeople refer to as the “wild man.”

When they meet, David knows right away that Lucy is a caring, if somewhat careless, person. Lucy is determined to show David that the tragedy that happened when he was young is not a reason to have so much distrust, and the right thing to do is forgive those who hurt him so deeply. (THOMAS NELSON, Jul., 320 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: THOMAS NELSON

Published: July 2011

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