Vision in White (Nora Roberts' Bride Quartet Series #1)

Vision in White (Nora Roberts' Bride Quartet Series #1)

by Nora Roberts
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Vision in White (Nora Roberts' Bride Quartet Series #1) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 986 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think it's pretty low that you can buy the paperback for $3 cheaper than the e-book. I love my nook but i'm starting to wonder if im getting ripped-off. Will not read these books for that reason!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why would the ebook be higher than the paperback. Based solely on that fact, I certainly wouldn't start this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How sad, I own a Nook and bought the paperback because of the price. This needs to be changed.
sand7s More than 1 year ago
Very good book. one of the better Nora roberts reads I enjoyed
Jeannine12 More than 1 year ago
I have read tons of different books but never a Nora Roberts book...but this was a good book. I took it on my beach vacation and it took me 2 days to finish and i didnt want to put it down. I cant wait til December to get the next part of the series.
KayNYCNY More than 1 year ago
I have been a Nora Robert's reader for many years. She is my go-to author for escapism and romance. I read this book in less than two weekend evenings. It was not particularly original although I enjoyed the characters and found it romantic (the characters are wedding planners). Reading this book was a good escape on a hot, humid weekend in NYC with ice tea in hand and the air-conditioner on cool. After a stress-laden work week, it provided exactly what I needed. Thanks again Nora Roberts.
bitoflaurie More than 1 year ago
In the romantic genre, I pretty much exclusively read Nora Roberts books, as I have never found another author with the same feminist, creative female and male characters and story-lines that involve single 20- and 30- somethings in large family situations. My absolutely favorite series was the Chesapeake Bay series, with the four adopted Quinn brothers - the characters had difficult pasts, a challenging present and a very menacing villain to sort through and they did so with admirable character, while going through the usual romantic-novel-plot-points. I have also enjoyed Nora's other series with magical elements to them as the paranormal world is interesting in its own way. What I didn't care that much for, is the wedding planning world. The four women are bound together by their history playing together as kids - in one too many make-believe weddings. The women grow up (so to speak), and begin organizing real weddings but with the same kiddie-style drama and wedding-speak - the MOB, MOG, BM and what not. Are we in high school? Evidently not. But we seem to have emotional breakdowns that are dealt with using profane yelling, denial, dramatics and chocolate, in that order. The men come and go on the periphery, but the meat of the matter is the wedding, not the relationship. And then we have several cliched wedding scenarios that are dealt with as if the city is on attack. I understand that in wedding planning, these situations may seem as critical as anywhere else. But we are not pulled all the way into this world, so we end up seeing these women dealing with made-up crises in a superficial manner. I am quite disappointed that this book does not have the same bite as her other series, and I dread having to read three more books in the same vein. Looks like I might have to shop for another author until this series runs its course by the end of 2010.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Mac, Parker, Emma and Laurel have been friends forever so it is not a shocker that these buddies formed a business together; nor that their company Vows provides wedding and event planning, as they used to play at bride and groom as kids. When Parker's parents died, she renovated the house so her friends could comfortably move in with her as well as be on site at all times for the business. During the planning of a wedding, Mac (short for Mackenzie) runs into classmate Carter Maguire; he had a crush on her back in their school days. Mac fears relationships ever since her father abandoned his family to marry someone else and her mother's marriages turned her trepidation into a phobia. While Carter courts her thinking long term, she prefers a short fling. Meanwhile Mac's mother Linda makes a zillion selfish demands on her, but that does not disturb Mac as much as her feelings for Carter do. The first book in the Bride Quartet is a deep contemporary tale that contains the profundity expected of a Nora Roberts story. Mac is still hurt by her mother, but hides from understanding what is happening because she is expected to love her mom right or wrong. Carter has the patience of a saint as he tries to be there for his Mac and demonstrate love does not mean abuse. Ms. Roberts provides a deep relationship drama starring a wedding photographer caught on the one hand in a dysfunctional relationahip with her mom and if she reaches out with the other hand a warm caring sharing with her beloved. Harriet Klausner
mizzrizz More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Visions in White. It was romantic and sweet. Can't wait for the rest of the series. It was my vacation book.
EffieTX More than 1 year ago
An ebook should not cost this much...
eccOR More than 1 year ago
i read this book mostly because of the cover, and in hopes that my now husband would get a clue and propose already! i found this book to be ok. i'm not a big fan of reading. i've only become a "reader" the past few years in hopes to not get alhimerz like my grandmother. i find most books have that "slow" period in the first few chapters that describe the characters and what not, that's what this book is. i wasn't planning on buying the second book, but my husband saw it, remembered i read the first, and bought it one day when i was sick. i'm glad he did I LOVED IT!!! i just got done with the third, and am impatiently waiting to see how they end!! if you can bare through this one the other two, so far, are well worth it!!
Susan51 More than 1 year ago
This book is another winner by Nora Roberts! The heroine and the hero were terrific and the whole book was fabulous. Their relationship was believable and enjoyable to read. I also loved the interaction among the four friends who owned the bridal business. Can't wait to read the next book in the series!
TAMN More than 1 year ago
I wasn't sure I would like it but I am glad I read it. I love Nora Roberts and she didn't disappoint.
PittyPatMO More than 1 year ago
I read this book in one day! I have always enjoyed reading Nora Roberts, this was definitely a true romance. No paranormal and no suspense but still great!
TheMisses More than 1 year ago
This was my first time reading a book by Nora Roberts, i read her book because of all the raving reviews. This book took some getting used to because of her writing style i felt it very hard to understand which character was speaking and when, it is very easy to get lost in this book in the beginning. Also there are a lot of characters so try to understand their personalities or else the book wont be as good. The ending was too quick i had to read it twice because it came so fast. Other than that the book was not an escape but it was a good read to pass the time by.
bookstn More than 1 year ago
Nora Roberts continues to excell in everything she writes. I have always loved her "family" series and with the Bride Quartet Series she redifines the word. Mac Elliot is the girl all of us can see a little of ourselves as. Not quite as cute, sweet or built like the others but still alot to love. Speaking of love, Carter McQuire as the man we all love with his sexy understated bubbling professor person. The sparks that fly between these two are even hotter than Mac's red hair. What a book!Five Stars! A must read for all Nora fans and all this series will add many, many new fans.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in this new book by Nora Roberts. I was bored from the very beginning but decided to plow through because I normally enjoy her books. Sadly, for me, it just stayed so-so throughout the book. I could of put it down and totally forgotten about it if I chose to.
KLVK More than 1 year ago
I've read that this book is a return to the series romance style that made Nora Roberts famous. Perhaps, there are no demon's, vampire's or witches. However the core of a Nora Robert's book no matter what the genre is the people. It does not matter if they are fighting evil or dealing with mother issues as Mac does in this book. You root for their happiness. I enjoyed spending time with Mac and Carter and look forward to visiting with them again when the other ladies at Vows meet their matches.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Perfect start to a series. Looking forward to diving into the other girls lives
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Sue5 More than 1 year ago
When I need a love story between the heavy reads I pick Nora.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love, love this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldnt wait to finish it!! I skimmed through several parts. I really like nora roberts, but for some reason i couldnt get into it, until about the last 50-75 pages. It was then that it was a cute story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book about friendship and love. A quick, fun, easy read. Nora Roberts never disappoints!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyef this one and the three the followed it