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Vision In White - Nora Roberts

Vision In White

By Nora Roberts

  • Release Date: 2009-04-28
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance
Score: 4.5
From 744 Ratings


#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a novel of love, friendship, and family in Book One in the Bride Quartet.

Wedding photographer Mackensie "Mac" Elliot is most at home behind the camera, but her focus is shattered moments before an important wedding rehearsal when she bumps into the bride-to-be's encounter that has them both seeing stars.

A stable, safe English teacher, Carter Maguire is definitely not Mac's type. But a casual fling might be just what she needs to take her mind off bridezillas. Of course, casual flings can turn into something more when you least expect it. And Mac will have to turn to her three best friends—and business partners—to see her way to her own happy ending.

Don't miss the other books in the Bride Quartet
Bed of Roses
Savor the Moment
Happy Ever After 


  • Great read!!!

    I love this story!! Never a disappointment when I read her books and this one is definitely not that. I recommend reading this one. I haven’t read the rest of these but definitely starting the next one!!
  • Great start

    By cmHtwoos
    I love most of this author but this series is by far my favorite.
  • Second Time

    By Redriderlara
    It’s my second reading of this series. Nora Roberts does as a great job of exploring love, laughter, complicated parent relationships and treats them in such a way that I think of these girls as my girls now. I tend to devour books quickly but if I go back for a second time, I savor it. And savor it I did!
  • Vision in White

    By CMRosebaom
    It’s been a while since I have read a Norah Roberts romance book. I had forgotten how enjoyable they are and was happy to rediscover that fact. Romance without detailed unneeded sexual details.
  • Lost

    By PSemones
    I have want to read this series for a while and I have had this book on my e-reader for a year. I have attempted to read it and can never get into it. Really slow,I finally read the last chapter and I found it no different that the first part of the book. I love Nora Robert and have most of her books, but this one is like someone else store it.
  • Juju

    By Zombeebug3
    A fun romantic read. Love the books.
  • Ends too quick IMO

    By AngelMichu
    I really liked the book, the characters were very down to earth, not overly done like in other novels where the male lead is a powerful and strong alpha male, or the girl is this incredible vision of perfection and beauty, and I really appreciated it. But I felt that it ended very quick, like now to find out more about them I have to read, I think Emma's story, but Mac and carter are not the center of attention anymore. I just felt that I didn't get my happy happy ending... But we'll see what happens, I suppose, on the next books.
  • One of my favorite series by her

    By mrsENEERG
    Anyone who gives this series less than a three either wants their romance books to be erotica or fluff. I like my romance to have a story. The person who said she got bored on the first chapter didn't get far enough in. This whole series keeps the storyline of four girls thriving in their own business and combining them to make something even better. It is a story of childhood friends who are family and support each other. Frankly, we need more romance stories where the women are in business, ballsy and settle nothing less than a partner who calls their VS and challenges them to be better. I love the men in this series too. They aren't pushovers or lovesick fools. What I like best is that with each new book, you continue to get the progression of relationships from the previous novel. I appreciate the "real"ness of her characters and the real problems they face. I am tired of seeing the @seduced by millionaire plot line or the woman who returns to hometown to be rescued by a man. Roberts keeps the relationship a partnership. Try Chesapeake Bay Quartet, Dream Trilogy and this whole Bride Series. Lastly, I find it great that the game lured someone back into reading. It intrigued me enough (they made a computer game to go with a romance book?) to go find the game. It is a seek and find kind of a game and it bored me but only because I am not a gamer, as a mom, I barely have time to read so each his own.
  • I Fell In Love

    By TianaNicole
    This is the second series of Nora Roberts' that I have read. I get so caught up in the story every time. Every Carter would say something cute, I would stop reading and think to myself where is this guy in real life? Nora Roberts knows how to capture your heart in the form of a book. I really do recommend this book because you won't regret it!!!! :)
  • Nora Roberts

    By RocioG15
    Soo cute! Loved all four books (: