December 23, 2009

Review: Truly, Madly: A Novel by Heather Webber

Truly, Madly: A Novel


When the head of the highly successful, family run matchmaking service, Valentine, Inc gets caught in a compromising situation with a woman other than his wife he turns his daughter Lucy Valentine to run the business while he and his wife try to make nice for the media on a spur of the moment vacation. There’s just one problem. Every member of the Valentine family is blessed by Cupid with an ability that guarantees a perfect match. Unfortunately for Lucy she was exposed to an electrical sure at the age of fourteen and lost her ability. In its place she can now find lost objects.

With the very first client she tries to match, she immediately sees the client’s lost love by zeroing in on the ring he gave her that he now considers lost. But she’s horrified by what she sees. The ring is on a skeleton long buried in a park near the client’s house.

Lucy then turns to a sexy private investigator for help and this time her visions have nothing to do with lost objects. She sees herself and Sean in bed!

This is the first book in the new Lucy Valentine series by Heather Webber and I LOVED it!! It was funny, sexy and smart. There is a little bit mystery and a little bit of romance and it all blended well with an intriguing storyline and well developed characters. I highly recommend this one if you love a cute contemporary romance with a slight paranormal twist.

*I received a free copy of this book for review from the LibraryThing Early Reviewer program.

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5 comments :

bermudaonion said...

I had the chance to get this one, and didn't and now I could just kick myself. It sounds great!

Angela said...

I got this one through Goodreads and I can't wait to read it. It sounds so fun!

Ladytink_534 said...

Ooh! I'm very, very intrigued. Unfortunately my library doesn't have it :(

Martha Lawson said...

Well, one more to add to the to buy list! this one sounds really good.

Kaye said...

hey Monie- Just popping in to wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.