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  • Author:
    Margaret Brownley
  • ISBN:
    1595548114
  • ISBN13:
    978-1595548115
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  • Publisher:
    Thomas Nelson Inc (June 28, 2011)
  • Pages:
    330 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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A Vision of Lucy book. Lucy Fairbanks dreams of working as a photographer at the Rocky Creek newspaper.

A Vision of Lucy book. Trouble follows Lucy wherever she goes. Her deepest hope is that her father will see her as an artist, the way he thought of her deceased mother, whose paintings still hang on their walls. But disaster follows Lucy on every photo assignment: a Trouble follows Lucy wherever she goes. So does a vision of second chances.

A Vision of Lucy by Margaret Brownley tells the story of Lucy Fairbanks, a young girl in the post-Civil War small town of Rocky Creek, Texas. Trying to follow her dream of becoming a photographer, Lucy meets a mysterious stranger with an even more mysterious past. Questions pour through Lucy’s heart as the stranger brings unwanted memories back to Rocky Creek. Brownley's ability to create characters meshes well with her ability to create strong background stories. Her descriptions and attention to detail do an excellent job of bringing the reader back in time to the late 1860s.

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Trouble follows Lucy wherever she goes. But disaster follows Lucy on every photo assignment: a mess of petticoats and ribbons, an accidental shooting, even a fire. When Lucy meets David Wolf-a rugged, reclusive man who lives on the outskirts of town-she thinks she can catch the attention of the town with his photograph.

The second book is A Suitor for Jenny and book three is A Vision of Lucy. Justin is on his way to Texas to accept his new position as pastor to a church in Rocky Creek

The second book is A Suitor for Jenny and book three is A Vision of Lucy. Justin is on his way to Texas to accept his new position as pastor to a church in Rocky Creek. He was forced to leave his previous church and now questions his path. On his way to Texas, he comes upon a strange sight.

Margaret Brownley: I dedicate my story to Robin, Mary, and Debra. Working with these three terrific ladies was a joy, a privilege, and an honor. Robin Lee Hatcher: To my readers

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Lucy Fairbanks dreams of working as a photographer at the Rocky Creek newspaper. And how will David accept this new vision of Lucy? Romance. When Lucy meets David Wolfùa rugged, reclusive man who lives on the outskirts of townùshe thinks she can catch the attention of the town with his photograph.

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Trouble follows Lucy wherever she goes. So does a vision of second chances . . . and love.

Lucy Fairbanks dreams of working as a photographer at the Rocky Creek newspaper. Her deepest hope is that her father will see her as an artist, the way he thought of her deceased mother, whose paintings still hang on their walls.

But disaster follows Lucy on every photo assignment: a mess of petticoats and ribbons, an accidental shooting, even a fire.

When Lucy meets David Wolf-a rugged, reclusive man who lives on the outskirts of town-she thinks she can catch the attention of the town with his photograph. She doesn't count on her feelings stirring whenever she's near him.

Two things happen next that forever change the course of Lucy's life. But will these events draw her closer to God or push her further away? And how will David accept this new vision of Lucy?


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Lucy Fairbanks could never have dreamt that her dream of becoming a photo-journalist would have landed her on top of a stagecoach . . . . in the middle of the woods .. . in the middle of an armed robbery. The ensuing wild ride lands her somewhere far more dangerous, however; landing at the feet of a handsome hero, who for all intents and purposes is a rather wild man himself. And catching him in a photograph could quite possibly secure her future as the Rocky Creek newspaper. Never would she have suspected that the end result would be quite opposite for her, and for the reclusive David Wolfe.

David Wolfe has returned to Rocky Creek after many years of transient living, in order to find answers about the cruel act that he endured as a young boy, which nearly killed him and ultimately stole his identity. Left on the doorsteps of a local mission as an infant, his bi-racial status has long ostracized him from both the Indian and white communities. Meeting a blond beauty on a runaway stage has left Wolfe in a quandary; could she possibly be trusted to help him and what purpose would it serve in the long run, if their friendship could never deepen into love? But he hardly has time to figure it out before he is a man on the run from local justice, after being accused of a crime that he did not commit.

"A Vision of Lucy" is the final book in Margaret Brownley's very entertaining and well-written "Rocky Creek Romance" series; each with endearing characters, inspirational depth and stirring romance. It will take the efforts of this entire community to solve the decades old mystery surrounding David Wolfe and the power of forgiveness to transform revenge into restoration.
Boraston
This book is part of a series with A Lady Like Sarah being the first book and A Suitor for Jenny being the second.

Lucy's passion is taking photographs. Her dream is to see her pictures printed in a newspaper. In the beginning, we find Lucy up in a tree trying to find the legendary white mustang. Instead, she witnesses a stagecoach robbery and her life is in danger.

David saves her and the stagecoach, but can't quite figure Lucy out. She doesn't stop talking, so he uses his own methods to put her off balance. While he is attracted to her, he tries to push those feelings aside. Since he's half-white, half-Indian, prejudice has kept him from being an accepted member of society. David is in town to find something that was taken from him years ago. When a man disappears and David is suspected, both their lives get more complicated than they thought.

I finished this book in a day. Honestly, I had a feeling I was going to love it when I saw the first quote in the book, "Never climb higher to take a photograph than you can afford to fall." It was an unusual opening and immediately caught my curiosity. At the beginning of every chapter is a quote from Miss Gertrude Hasslebrink. I found them to be interesting, but I'm not quite sure if they are from a real book or not.

I haven't read the first two in the series, which are about Sarah and Jenny. These characters made appearances in this book, but I didn't feel like I was missing vital information. I really enjoyed this book.
Elildelm
Reviewed by Karen P. for Readers Favorite

"A Vision of Lucy" by Margaret Brownley is the third and last book of the 'Rocky Creek Series'. Not having read the first two books, I can advise the reader that this book stands well by itself as a delightful read.

Lucy Fairbanks longs for validation from her father as a budding artist. Lucy's deceased mother was an artist and Lucy hopes to convince her father that her photography work at the Rocky Creek newspaper is every bit as valid an expression of art as were her mother's paintings. But, disaster seems to follow Lucy's attempts to become the featured photographer she imagines herself to be. And then, additional complications set in when David Wolf happens upon the scene. David is imagined by the townsfolk to be a wild man. He is a halfbreed and a man feared by the community at large. Lucy has other observations about David and the feelings related to her observations eventually bring her into close contact with the man. The closer Lucy becomes to David, the more confused her feelings are toward the handsome and complex man. Lucy wonders how she can harbor such intense feelings toward a man and still remain true to God in her beliefs.

Brownley has written an easy and delightful story which will tease the feelings of the reader with tension, sadness, expectation and hope. In the end, Lucy must decide who she must please and her direction can then be established. With the abundant character development in this story, most readers will identify with one of the characters and go through the story with reckless abandon!
Haralem
Lucy was determined to take pictures that could go in the Rocky Creek newspaper, in spite of all the people who tried to tell her that a woman's place was to get married and stay home. Lucy was trying to get a picture of the elusive white stallion, when she fell out of a tree in the middle of a stage coach robbery. She was rescued on the run-away coach by the handsome stranger, David Wolf, a half breed who was looking for his identity and the four men who had nearly killed him when he was 10 years old. In a charming story of a wounded man who finds love and the ability to forgive, Margaret Brownley captures a time and place in Texas, when legalized discrimination could only be overcome by the love of God working through imperfect people.