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Truly, Madly by Heather Webber
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Jan 04, 2010

Read in January, 2010 , read count: 1

Come February, you need to be looking for a fabulous new read entitiled "truly, madly." It is funny, romantic, mysterious and all things needed for a long winter afternoon of reading.

Lucy Valentine is cursed, sort of. She was hit by lightening when she was thirteen which ended her reading of auras and her participation in the family business of matchmaking. No one knows that Valentines don't really do research and all that other stuff, they read the person's aura and match them with someone who has the same one.

Which is why, when Dad gets caught with his pants down (literally), Lucy gets the job of running the office while he takes off to let things cool down. Panicky but determined, Lucy heads off for her first day of matchmaking with absolutely no clue. Her one ability is to find lost objects, not match people! She meets a lovely man named Michael who has been looking for six years for his first, and lost, love. Some high school bad girls came between them and Jennifer disappeared. He wants her back. Factor in Lola, a Type AAAA personality who refuses to date anyone beneath her social standing and then there is Sean. The guy upstairs who runs a detective agency with his brother and who is in the middle of breaking off an engagement, probably, maybe...

Lucy has her hands full. A lost little boy, a best friend in crisis add to the chaos and make this one of the best novels I've been privileged to review in awhile. Mark your calendars - Lucy is coming your way soon!

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