Wednesday, June 15, 2011

A Vision of Lucy - Book Review

A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownley is the third book in the Rocky Creek Romance series.  This is the story of Lucy and her aspirations to capture the human emotion through her camera lens.  Being a picture taker and scrapbooker, I was instantly captivated by this book.  This story took place in 1878, and there were so many references to what picture taking was like and how people posed.  I also liked the “picture etiquette” quotes as the beginning of each chapter.  Each one held a little tiny piece of what was to come.  Lucy, herself, was a fabulous character!  Full of good-heartedness and loads of love, and yet it was her sense of adventure for getting the perfect picture that nearly always got her in trouble.  The strong family ties and the genuine romance in this book showed God’s continual care and the power of forgiveness. 

I think this is one of the most entertaining historical fiction novels I have read.  I would strongly recommend it to anyone looking for a “can’t put it down” love story.

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1 comment:

Karen Pedersen said...

I love that you love reading as much as I do!