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Blue Willow
Blue Willow
Author: Deborah Smith
There had always been MacKenzies and Colebrooks at Blue Willow, their histories entangled like the graceful branches of the rare willow trees that thrived there. Artemas Colebrook and Lily MacKenzie shared more than that history, their souls bound to each other and to the land the day the boy held tiny Lily minutes after her birth. But the trage...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780553296907
ISBN-10: 0553296906
Publication Date: 1/4/1993
Pages: 544
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Blue Willow on + 3389 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 6
Phew! WHat a book! Sure it looks long and bland looking. But don't let that stop you. It is much more than a romance novel. It's about family, forgivness, fighting for what you believe in and also persistance. Halfway in the book , I was getting frustrated and hopeless, like the character of Lily. Lily and Artemas grew up loving each other. But litterally everything kept them apart. Everytime, they wanted to be together , someone or something drove a wedge between them. He had to choose between his family and Lily. The first time he chose his family, but the second time he was at a standstill.

All in all, the characters were well developed and believeable. The plot had many twists and turns and the family drama was aplenty.
kannth avatar reviewed Blue Willow on + 58 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
If you like Deborah Smith's stories, you'll surely like this one. She takes Lily and Artemas from childhood to adulthood with enough twists and turns in the action to make you not want to put the book down until you're finished.
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Helpful Score: 3
A powerful, poignant novel of a man and a woman from different worlds whose passion binds them together even as it tears them apart. A story of the MacKenzies and Colebrooks whose past binds them together with china making and landscaping.
legs avatar reviewed Blue Willow on + 86 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
good story line, just a little long--533 pages.
reviewed Blue Willow on + 24 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Good romance- lot's of twists in plot
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Pretty good . But not nearly as good as " Sleeping at the Magnolia" By Lisa G. Brown. The only reason I mention that is because they've been compared.


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