A Vision of Lucy was written by Margaret Brownley and is the third and final novel in The Rocky Creek Romance Series.
Lucy Fairbanks has always dreamed of being a professional photographer and working for the Rocky Creek newspaper. Her biggest hope is that if she is able to get a real job as a photographer, her father will see that her photography is art just like her mother's paintings.
But Lucy cannot get away from disaster which follows her on every photoshoot. Stampedes, stolen stagecoaches, and even a fire.
When Lucy literally runs to David Wolf, the rumored wild man, she suddenly sees a way to make her dreams come true. She is convinced that if she could only get his picture, then her job with the newspaper would materialize. However, Lucy does not realize how she has fallen for the man and how hard this makes her task.
But Lucy's life is about to forever change. Secrets fill Rocky Creek, and she will not rest until she can get to the bottom of them -even if it means losing loved ones.
A Vision of Lucy is a lovely novels, full of fun and laughs. The plot line was good, and it was filled with both romance and some mystery. The characters were laughable and lovable, and they were created in a way that made them seem real to the reader. The quotes that began each chapter were sweet and funny. God and His nature were woven into the novel in such a way to make the reader feel that the book would not have been nearly as good without it.
This novel was a great read, and I enjoyed it immensely. When I finished the book, I was left with a sense of great satisfaction from both the story line and time well spent. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is in need of a light, wholesome read.