Truly, Madly (Lucy Valentine Series #1)

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Lucy Valentine is as smart as can be, as single as you can get, and so not qualified to run a matchmaking service. But when her parents temporarily step down from the family business, Valentine, Inc., it’s Lucy’s turn to step up and help out—in the name of love.

Plus, her rent is due.

Here’s the problem: Lucy doesn’t have the knack for matchmaking. According to family legend, every Valentine has been blessed by Cupid with the ability to read ...

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Overview

Lucy Valentine is as smart as can be, as single as you can get, and so not qualified to run a matchmaking service. But when her parents temporarily step down from the family business, Valentine, Inc., it’s Lucy’s turn to step up and help out—in the name of love.

Plus, her rent is due.

Here’s the problem: Lucy doesn’t have the knack for matchmaking. According to family legend, every Valentine has been blessed by Cupid with the ability to read “auras” and pair up perfect couples. But not Lucy. Her skills were zapped away years ago in an electrical surge, and now all she can do is find lost objects. What good is that in the matchmaking world? You’d be surprised. In a city like Boston, everyone’s looking for something. So when Lucy locates a missing wedding ring—on a dead body—she asks the sexy private eye who lives upstairs to help her solve the perfect crime. And who knows? Maybe she’ll find the perfect love while she’s at it…

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Editorial Reviews

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“Snappy and fresh—a delightful mix of intrigue and humor!”—Jane Porter, author of Mrs. Perfect and Easy On The Eyes

“Lucy Valentine is as comic and romantic as her name implies, not to mention engaging, sexy, and smart. She has an otherworldy knack for finding lost objects, and will undoubtedly find her creator, Heather Webber, many new fans.”—Harley Jane Kozak, Agatha, Anthony & Macavity-award winning author of A Date You Can’t Refuse

“With characters that sparkle like diamonds on the page, this is my new favorite Valentine! Heather Webber has created a bright new world, populated by quirky characters and brimming with non-stop action—I’m a fan!”—Beth Harbison, New York Times bestselling author of Shoe Addicts Anonymous and Hope in a Jar

Publishers Weekly
This clever paranormal mystery series launch is sure to delight fans of Webber’s gardening detective, Nina Quinn (Weeding Out Trouble, etc.). The Boston Valentines have been professional matchmakers for generations, but Lucy Valentine’s psychic talent tends to show her people’s lost car keys rather than their ideal mates, so she’s shocked when her parents stick her with running the company. A vision leaves her wondering whether a client murdered his girlfriend, so she hires sexy PI Sean Donahue to find the missing woman, but while she’s imagining them naked in bed, he’s suspecting her of murder. Lucy has to contend with her meddling grandmother’s efforts to find her a new boyfriend as she dodges the cops, hunts a killer, and struggles to explain the truth to Sean. Fun characters, sparkling prose, and a twisty plot add up to a great beginning for Valentine Inc. (Feb.)
Library Journal
Though she comes from a long line of matchmakers, Lucy Valentine's talent lies in another direction—she finds things. Normally, this wouldn't be useful in the family business, but when she is temporarily in charge of the firm and a meeting with a client sends her in search of a ring, she ends up knee-deep in a mystery—and maybe a murder—and in need of help from handsome PI Sean Donahue. VERDICT A charming cross between romance and mystery with liberal dashes of fantasy and chick-lit brass, this funny, effervescent story is a delightful start to Ohio-based Webber's (Weeding Out Trouble) new Lucy Valentine mystery series; the next installment, Deeply, Desperately, is scheduled for release this summer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312946135
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 2/2/2010
  • Series: Lucy Valentine Series , #1
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 316
  • Sales rank: 497,484
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Heather Webber grew up in a suburb of Boston, where she learned early on how to ride the T, skip rocks in the ocean, and root for the Red Sox. As a young mother, she tried her hand at writing novels and is now an Agatha Award-nominated author. She is the author of the Lucy Valentine novels—Deeply, Desperately and Absolutely, Positively—and the Nina Quinn mysteries, among other books. Heather now lives in southwestern Ohio with her high school sweetheart and their three children.

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

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    Nice mix of mystery, romance, and paranormal with a dash of funny!

    I received a copy of Truly, Madly from Barnes & Noble as part of their Sneak Peek program. It's sort of a romance, mystery, paranormal combination with a touch of humor. Lucy is a great character who has a talent for finding lost objects, which she feels is practically useless when compared to her family's talent for finding true love as matchmakers.

    This is a fast, fun read with likable characters. A little predictable, but I enjoyed the journey. The romance aspect wasn't hot & steamy, but still interesting. The mystery wasn't Agatha Christie hard, but still had a twist. I'd like to see more of Lucy, watch her relationship with Sean to see where it heads, see if she decides to stay with the family firm, and learn more about her grandmother Dovie.

    Gave this a 4/5 rating as it was an enjoyable read, Ms Webber is a talented writer, and it left me wanting more! Recommend this book as a light, enjoyable read.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 6, 2010

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    Loved it!

    What a fun, enjoyable book! I received an ARC of this book as part of a first-reads giveaway. I am really glad that I did!

    This is the story of Lucy Valentine. She is a girl with a problem! Lucy comes from a long line of matchmakers. The ability to match make is literally in their genes. All of the members of her family can see the colors of people's spirits. Then, they find two people who's spirits match, and presto! You have a match. In fact, their matchmaking business has a 98% success rate. But as I said, Lucy has a problem. When she was a teenager, she was electrocuted, and now, she can't see the colors any more. Instead, she has a new "talent". Whenever Lucy touches someone's hand, if they are thinking about something that they've lost, she can see where it is. When a family issue forces Lucy to temporarily take over the family matchmaking business, she is terrified. How in the world can her odd talent help her with matchmaking?

    I loved how unpredictable this book was! There was some great romance, but certainly not the type that you usually read. Also, there was a fantastic mystery that literally had me guessing all the way to the end. I kept being sure that I knew what the outcome of the mystery would be, but I was completely wrong!

    This book had a bit of everything! Mystery, romance, humor, phenomenal characters that you can't help but love, and just a perfect dose of the supernatural. Give it a try! Just a little note. If you really aren't into supernatural or fantasy, you should still give this book a try. There is a supernatural element, but not a huge dose of it.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 5, 2010

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    Wonderful first installment, can't wait for the next book

    Truly, Madly by Heather Webber is the first installment of the Lucy Valentine series. It is a well written fun read with characters that are authentic and relatable. This romantic story with a paranormal twist fits well with current popular trends. The reader follows Lucy as she is convinced to help out with the family business, Valentine, Inc. a storied match making service. Lacking the fundamental quality (or some might say flaw) which has made the business successful, Lucy has little faith in her abilities. However, with the support and encouragement of life long friends and quirky family members, Lucy finds her stride and is able to join forces with the dreamboat upstairs as she solves mysteries, uncovers dead bodies, and saves her clients from the law. This is a great start and I'll definitely be watching for more to come.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 31, 2009

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    A Wonderful Book to Cozy Up With

    Lucy Valentine came from a long line of matchmakers that had the psychic ability to read auras. As a teen, Lucy, was hit by lightning while on the phone and her abilities were jumbled, so now all she can do is find lost objects. That wouldn't be much of a problem, but Lucy finds herself having to take over her family's matchmaking business, without the ability to make matches. Will Lucy be able to successfully make matches? And what about her ability? Then there's the issue of the really gorgeous private investigator, Sean Donahue, who works upstairs...

    "Truly, Madly" was a delightful read. I fell in love with the main character and was enamored with her wit and charm. Lucy is the type of character that you wish lived next door to you - someone you could have over for coffee and sit and talk to. She has a quirky family and a heart of gold. So when she takes over her family's business, you really want her to succeed, and not just with the business but with her own personal romantic life as well.

    What made this book even more of a delight was I was expecting a romance, and I got so much more. Heather Webber spun a fantastic tale of romance and mystery with humor peppered throughout. What is even better is this is the first book of her new series. That means we will be able to get to know Lucy and her quirky family more, and hopefully see more of Sean in the future.

    I adored this story and will be looking for more of Heather's books!! A great read for everyone!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2009

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    Sookie,"If you are ever in Boston,please give Lucy Valentine a call"

    I have not read any of Heather Webber's other books,and was not expecting that "Truly Madly" would become my next go to "Series"for me.Unexpected,"Truly Madly" is a wonderful blend of suspense(a few moments of on the edge of my seat),paranormal(a chill came over me)and romance,realistic,and intense.Lucy Valentine could become Sookie"s next BFF.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 8, 2009

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    You must read this!!!

    This book was really cute and I loved the authors writing style. I am definitely looking forward to Heather's next novel. The characters were great and I loved the psychic abilities incorporated into the main character. I was fortunate enough to receive an advanced reader's copy and participate in an upcoming online discussion. The group that I am participating in is for Romance novels and I really felt this was not in that category, more like chick lit mixed with a little suspense, only a smidgeon of romance in here. I would recommend this book to any mystery/suspense/paranormal book lover

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 4, 2010

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    ABC-- Option this book!

    This delightfully engaging tale features Lucy Valentine, heir to the matchmaking business Valentine, Inc. The Valentines use their powers of aura reading (legendarily bestowed by Cupid, himself) to unite their clients in romantic relationships. Lucy, however, had an unfortunate lightning-related mishap as a teenager, and her psychic power now manifests as an ability to find lost objects. When Lucy's father needs to take a break from his business, Lucy apprehensively agrees to step in. Suddenly, she's making matches, and with the help of Sean, the studly PI upstairs, also investigating a possible murder.
    Lucy is a witty, charming and refreshing character, as are her friends and relatives. The narrative reads like a snappy, overly verbal television show. In fact, it would make a great television show, now that I think of it. The "will they/won't they" sexual tension of Lucy and Sean's relationship, the lost-object-mystery-of-the-week premise, the zany supporting characters. Yes, an excellent television show. ABC should option this. Immediately.
    My one complaint is that I had guessed the twist-y resolution to the whole murder mystery about halfway in, and that some of the other pairings seemed a little predictable, as well. But, I suppose it's impossible to be completely original.
    I did enjoy reading it very much, even though I knew what was going to happen, and I will be looking forward to the next volume in this series

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2010

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    Truly, Madly

    Truly, Madly is a fast, enjoyable read with just enough mystery, romance and a bit of paranormal thrown in to keep my interest. I thought at first that this was a chick-lit type of story and I do not read many of those because I find that they do not hold my interest as I am not a thirty something woman no longer. But I thought what the heck and signed up for an advanced copy. I won and I am glad I did because I really enjoyed it.
    Lucy Valentine, the daughter of a professional matchmaker, at the age of 14 lost her ability to see auras, thus making it impossible for her to eventually be able to work in the family business of being a matchmaker. What she does have though is the ability to find "lost" items. This ability she has been able to keep to herself except for her family and close friends and she wants to keep it that way until circumstances keep this from happening. When a little boy goes missing she decides that she needs to help find him.
    When her father is involved in a scandal, he and Lucy's mother who aren't an item but are still good friends, decide they need to get away from all the gossip of her father's (Oscar) little indescretion. Lucy reluctantly agrees to step in and manage the company while they are gone.
    She gets involved in the cases and one of the clients comes to her asking if she would be able to find his lost love. When he introduces himself by shaking hands, Lucy sees a terrible vision, of something that has happened in the clients life and makes her wonder if he is perhaps responsible for what Lucy saw in her vision.
    So while in the process of trying her skills as a matchmaker and helping her client, Michael, and trying to find a little boy she gets involved in a murder mystery with the help of Sean Donahue, her upstairs neighbor at her office whom she also has had a vision about, they start investigating. As they become more involved in investigating they become more attracted to each other. To say too much more would ruin the story for you, the reader. The other characters in the story, Dovie, Lucy's grandmother and Lucy's friends Em and Marisol and Raphael round out the story nicely. There is humor, mystery, and romance enough to keep the story flowing smoothly to the suspenseful conclusion.
    I sometimes like to read a story that is light reading and one where you do not have to do a lot of thinking, just enjoy the story and I definitely did..

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 1, 2010

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    Magical

    I usually enjoy a little magic in my books or TV. Truly, Madly reminded me of the canceled ABC series called Pushing Daisies; a little magic, a little mystery, and a little romance. The main character, Lucy Valentine, discovers that her 'special talent' of finding lost objects is useful in solving mysteries. A member of a matchmaking family, she also has to contend with the family business while her parents are out of town. I thought the premise was cute, and the novel was a good crossover between romance and mystery. Truly, Madly has the potential to become a charming little series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 31, 2009

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    A Fun Romantic Mystery!

    Truly, Madly is a quick, fun read about a quirky gal who has some psychic abilities. She comes from a long line of matchmaking psychics but after an electrical shock she no longer has the same abilities as her matchmaking family. She now sees lost objects and sees scenes when she touches the hands of certain people. She is not too sure what to do with this ability. She has to take over the family matchmaking business due to some unpleasantries on her father's part. While doing so she stumbles across a mystery which needs solving. There is a hunky private investigator, a great mystery, a little romance, and lots of fun in this book. I loved Lucy Valentine even though sometimes I thought she made alot of trouble for herself by keeping secrets. All in all it is a most enjoyable read and I can't wait to read more of Lucy's adventures.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

    Truly, Madly - Highly Recommended

    Truly, Madly is a unique blend of mystery, romance, and fantasy that is a pleasure to read. It is fun and fast-paced with interesting, believable characters, and unexpected plot twists. This is the first book in a new series by Heather Webber. I can't wait to read the next one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 21, 2009

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    Lucy Valentine book 1

    My first love in the book genre is the chick lit. They're funny, entertaining and light hearted and it gives me that feeling of falling in love over and over again. My favorites are Louise Bagshawe, Cecelia Ahern, Jennifer Crusie, Libby Street, and Lauren Weisberger and now I have an new addition in the name of Heather Webber, this book is so good I decided to put Cat & Bones on hold, can you imagine?!

    I was really excited when I won the ARC at a contest. I haven't read a chick flick genre in a long time. The last one that I enjoyed reading was Seven Up by Janet Evanovich but this one was better, I'm sorry I am a fan of the paranormal and Lucy and her world definitely fell under that category. Her family came from the world famous Valentine Inc. they do match making as a profession, they are the real thing. It was said that Cupid himself bestowed their gift to one of her ancestors. But not Lucy - well not anymore, she lost her powers during an electrical surge 14 years ago. But this doesn't mean that she is a normal person now, no, she possess a different psychic ability; She can find lost objects. Lucy thinks it was completely useless for their family business but she surprised herself on what it can actually contribute not only for their benefit but to the people of her community as well.

    Lucy is a loveable character, she is independent, funny, strong and kind hearted. Sean is your perfect guy next door. oozing with sex appeal, helpful, and mysterious. The secondary characters played well too on this book, they added necessary colors and intrigue for the book. Dovie is certainly a unique grandmother. her meddling is both hilarious and annoying. Her best friends; Em and Marisol didn't play so much role in this book (or not enough scenes) but you get the impression that they are there when Lucy needs them.

    It was really a fun book. A Murder-Mystery-Chick lit rolled into one. It marks as an excellent start of a series, well developed and engaging characters and interesting plot. It was a cross between Stephanie Plum (investigative), Sookie Stackhouse (psychic powers) and Ryan Hadley (independence). A must read Valentine's month release.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2009

    A fun, interesting read!

    This was a very fun and entertaining read! As other reviewers mentioned, don't expect Shakespeare but do expect a regular heroine with an interesting family and an even more interesting "talent". Lucy, the plucky heroine, is slightly "chick lit" like but she can find lost things just by touching someone! Shaking hands with someone has a whole new meaning.

    I didn't have high hopes for this book (bad cover art!) but I am happy to report that I was wrong! Even more surprising, the setting of the novel takes place in the next town so all of the normal location and traffic details made the story come alive! Good secondary characters, interesting mystery and a nice dose of romance.

    A great read for a long winter night or a snowy afternoon. Look for this author and her Lucy Valentine series - you won't be sorry.
    (This review is based on an advanced reader copy provided by the publisher.)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 19, 2009

    Truly Madly

    I truly madly loved this book. It is a comedy, romance & mystery all in one. If you need a good light hearted read that keeps you interested this is the one. And this is only book one of a series. You'll definitely want to come back for more. This is really a great author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 19, 2009

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    Truly, Madly is Truly Scrumptious

    The Valentine family for generations has been the best matchmakers ever because of their uncanny psychic ability that the brood claims come directly from Cupid. However, unlike the rest of Valentine, Inc., Lucy Valentine's extrasensory skills differ ever since an electrical surge assaulted her well being. She cannot match auras of soulmates like her DNA should, but she is quite good at finding lost items.

    So the Boston native is stunned when her parents inform her she is now running Valentine, Inc. When a vision of a client leads her to believe he murdered his girlfriend, Lucy hires her upstairs neighbor private investigator Sean Donahue to search for the missing woman. Lucy fantasizes making love with Sean while he wonders if she is a clever coldhearted killer as she knows too much but also fears he is attracted to her. Meanwhile her grandmother plays matchmaker with Lucy as her "client" and ringless BPD Detective Chapman suspects her of homicide while she fears Sean's reaction to how she knows so much.

    Truly, Madly is Truly Scrumptious as fans will relish this delightful urban fantasy with a touch of humor, plenty of suspense and a strong cast. The heroine is great as she struggles how to best use her gift when her extended family have always been matchmakers and the hunk who fears he is half in love with a truly beguiling killer. Readers will relish this lighthearted paranormal whodunit.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 18, 2009

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    Great new series....

    I loved Truly, Madly and still think about the characters long after I finished the book. This is a fast and entertaining read that will leave a smile on your face and keep you coming back for more. Great blend of romance, mystery, humor and woo woo. Characters are charming and Lucy's Grandmother Dovie is a real hoot. If you are looking for a feel good book, Truly, Madly is for you.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 18, 2009

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    A Great Escape

    I loved this book! Truly, Madly is one of the most unique books I have had the pleasure of reading in a long time. It's a great way to escape from everyday life and will leave you wanting more long after you've turned the last page. Lucky for us, this will be the first book in a series, because you cannot get enough of these characters. Highly recommended for anyone who loves mystery, romance, or both!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 18, 2009

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    Truly Madly

    I love this book. I loved the character Lucy. She sounds like some of women who have doubts about ourselves and our talents. She is very likeable and interesting. I want to know more about her.

    She is searching for her place in life and finds it and may have even found her own love, Sean.

    I want to read her next adventure. I recommend this book. It is a quick read and very enjoyable.

    ReadingPatti

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 18, 2009

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    Pleasantly Surprised

    I'm usually not very big on the whole mystery romance thing, but I was a bored employee surrounded by advanced reader copies of books. So I started reading, and am surprised that I'm excited to go to work to read on my break tomorrow. I would especially recommend this to fans of Katie MacAlister and Mary Janice Davidson

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 14, 2009

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    truly, enjoyable

    This is a light-hearted mystery with a bit of romance,humor and ESP. This is not a genre I would normally read but I rec'd it through the sneak peak and LOVED it. I will be looking for the next book in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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