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Truly, Madly by Heather Webber
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Sep 12, 2011

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Read in February, 2011

Truly, Madly (St. Martin’s Press 2010) introduces Lucy Valentine, the only member of the psychic matchmaking Valentine family not able to see the colored auras that identify perfect couples. Unfortunately, the Valentine matchmaking talent doesn’t work within the family — no Valentines have yet managed a lasting relationship. When Lucy’s father is caught with another woman, her parents decide they must take a romantic vacation together to convince the press that their marriage isn’t a sham, leaving the woefully unprepared Lucy in charge of the family business, Valentine, Inc. Lucy does have one secret talent: the lightning strike that destroyed her ability to see auras did give her the ability to find lost inanimate objects. When a client tells Lucy that he feels he will never replace his lost love from high school, Lucy sees a vision of the engagement ring his girlfriend never returned — on the hand of a skeleton buried in a shallow grave. Worried that her client might be a murderer, Lucy hires a sexy private detective to track down the missing girlfriend. One thing leads to another and Lucy is soon trying to figure out how to explain to the police why she just happened to dig up a body in the woods. This clever series opener featuring a very appealing amateur sleuth is quite entertaining.
Heather Webber page at SYKM


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