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Friday, August 26, 2011

Review- Truly Madly

Book Review: Truly Madly
Truly, Madly: A Novel
By Heather Webb

     Lucy Valentine’s family has a secret that has kept their family in the matchmaking business for centuries .When Lucy father has a heart attack with his mistress on the beach it brings bad press and ill health to her father. Lucy’s parents want her to step in and save the family business while they go away together and Lucy’s father recuperates. The only problem is Lucy doesn’t have the gift that all Valentine’s have hers has been corrupted with an electrical shock when she was young. She can only find things people lost. Lucy is overwhelmed but takes over the family business. When a client she touches reveals a missing ring on a corpse Lucy is propelled into a murder mystery and a new romance with the handsome P.I. Sean who works in the same building. As Sean and Lucy delve into the mystery Lucy wonders if maybe this talent isn’t so bad after all?
      Truly Madly is a humorous fun romp into the paranormal. It also a look into a young woman’s finding of herself .A very captivating, enjoyable story.
***** 5 stars out of five

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