Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge)

Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge)

Lucy's Journey Home (Hunter's Ridge)

Leaving her twin sister Louisa and her husband, Lord Edward Wintercrest behind, Lucy knows that while she is sad, it is only right that she follow her husband. Every aspect of traveling by train fascinates her.

While her husband loves seeing her so excited, he has no intention of allowing her to forget his rules of behavior or the vows she spoke less than a week earlier. Lucy’s lessons continue as she adapts to the dual roles she has accepted as both his bride and his little girl.
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3 thoughts on “Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge)

  1. Anonymous
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Hunter’s Ridge Book I, April 30, 2014
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    KArc (Manchester, NH, US) –

    This review is from: Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge) (Kindle Edition)
    This is a great addition to Lucy and Louise’s journey into submission as child-brides. Though technically book one of Hunter’s Ridge, it leaves off where Women of Wintercrest ends. While on the train to Lucas’s home, Lucas, Lucy and Miss Molly meet Stefan, Emmie and Miss Bertha. They quickly discover that they share the same kind of relationships and become fast friends. Miss Molly finds the support and encouragement she needs as a new nanny, in Miss Bertha. Lucy is very afraid and anxious in her new role and absorbs all she can from Emmie’s advice and actions. Lucy and Emmie suffer from and thrive on harsh punishments and the constant care and understanding of the adults around them is comforting to them and me as the reader. I loved all the silent communication that went on between all the adults to be sure the little ones were safe in all instances. I also loved the character of Mr. Brannon, his understanding of and response to Lucy was delightful.

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  2. Anonymous
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow! What a pleasant surprise…, April 28, 2014
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    K Tyler

    This review is from: Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge) (Kindle Edition)
    Wow! What a captivating story. This is the story of a young bride that is recently separated from her sister. Lucy is truly in love with Lucas and is committed to her role as both wife and little girl. It is clear that she is loved and cherished in the way she is cared for by both her husband and Nanny. This is Lucy first trip on a train and she is adjusting to married life as a little. The discipline at times seems harsh but the love is clear and the tale is tastefully told. I hope to read more from previous series and hopefully this new spin off. I would have liked it to be longer.

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  3. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    So glad the series continues with Lucy and Lucas, April 21, 2014
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    Meggie “Peg” (Brooklyn, NY) –

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    This review is from: Lucy’s Journey Home (Hunter’s Ridge) (Kindle Edition)
    I am so glad this series was continued with Lucy’s story. They are married only a couple of days and take a train ride to her Papa’s home. She continues to learn how to be a child bride and Lucas her papa is very patient but very strict and consistent with his little girl. She is learning how to be Papa’s good little girl and also learn how to listen and obey her new nanny Molly.

    She meets another child bride like herself and has someone to learn from and talk to who understands. I cannot wait until the next book to find out if Lucas’ family is receptive to his new bride.

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