Absolutely, Positively (Lucy Valentine Series #3)

Absolutely, Positively (Lucy Valentine Series #3)

by Heather Webber
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Absolutely, Positively (Lucy Valentine Series #3) by Heather Webber

"Exposed" by a Boston Herald reporter, Lucy Valentine is suddenly the talk of the town. Long back-story short: Even though the rest of her Valentine ancestors were blessed by Cupid with psychic abilities, Lucy's only special power lies in her ability to find things. This skill has proven quite a blessing for those who come to her matchmaking agency in search of finding their long-lost loves. Now that Lucy's secret is out, she has more new clients than she knows what to do with. But soon a certain man of mystery steals Lucy's spotlight…
No, it's not Sean Donahue, the sexy fireman-turned-private-eye who's stolen Lucy's heart. It's a masked man in a cowboy hat, dubbed "The Lone Ranger," who's been throwing handfuls of cash across the Common. Now all of Beantown's abuzz. Can Lucy unmask the mysterious money man, track down all her clients' old flames, and turn up the heat on her love life? Absolutely, positively…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429993487
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 02/01/2011
Series: Lucy Valentine Series , #3
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 191,016
File size: 336 KB

About 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--Truly, Madly and Deeply, Desperately--and the Nina Quinn mysteries, among other books. Heather now lives in southwestern Ohio with her high school sweetheart and their three children.


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--Truly, Madly; 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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Absolutely, Positively (Lucy Valentine Series #3) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 179 reviews.
fiorentina More than 1 year ago
This series is so sweet and fun! Well-written, entertaining and such a wonderful escape - brava, Heather! Please write more stories with Lucy and her adorable cast of characters - I'm not ready to say aura -revoir!! Thanks for sharing your talent.
nurseIL More than 1 year ago
Loved this Series of Lucy Valentine. I just wish there were more in the series. Could not put this series down.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Lucy Valentine knows she is the odd duck in her family as everyone else has the ability to play Cupid matching people up. Her talent is to find lost things. Lucy's current task is to locate a man who may be near death if he even still lives and to find a former criminal for a client of her family's firm Lost Loves. Lucy and her private investigator boyfriend Sean Donahue work on both cases. However, their efforts are turned complicated by the masked Lone Ranger who at the Commons throws money into the air before vanishing. As Lucy and Sean conduct inquiries, she has an attraction to the masked hombre until she suffers a horrifying vision of her boyfriend lying lifeless on the street. No one will care that the third Valentine tale is similar in tone to Truly, Madly and Deeply but, Kemo Sabe brings freshness to the mix. Though over the Green Monster yet filled with quirky family humor and a touch of the paranormal readers will Absolutely, Positively find Lucy's latest bodacious Boston brouhaha desperately zany yet truly scrumptious. Harriet Klausner
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Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
The amazing Heather Webber has done it again. I truly love the Lucy Valentine series. I love the people and the fact that she takes the mysteries she solves seriously. There is fun and humor in all of the books, even some real laughs, but she always addresses the jobs in an intelligent manner. I adore her relationship with Sean and I am satisfied with the pace even though she is a little insecure. I appreciate that he respects her insecurity even though he doesn't know all of the reasons. And I love that it is moving forward with every book. In Absolutely, Positively, she is working for her grandmother to locate a man who is missing, presumed dead. For Lost Loves, she has little trouble finding the ex-foster brother of her client but things are much more complicated with that situation that she ever expected which places her in a quandary. I read the books out of order, so I know how the trip that Em takes to Hawaii turns out!
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mbWA More than 1 year ago
The Lucy Valentine series continues to intrigue the reader
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE the Lucy Valentine series! The books are fun, easy to read, and hard to put down! Can't wait for the next in the series!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the whole series. Very cute story.
Mishlz1 More than 1 year ago
I have read all 4 in this series & am not disappointed one bit! It's got a cute story line, characters to love & hate, and keeps you wanting thenext book to come out soon!
barzac More than 1 year ago
I am SO enjoying reading Lucy Valentine Series! Can't wait to read more! Nice cozy read with just enough to keep you wondering who the culprit is! Plus the romance is nice! Start with #1 to really enjoy!
pagese More than 1 year ago
I hate it when I can't think of a good reason when I've let a book I know I will enjoy sitting on my shelf for so long. Especially when it's a series book that I have enjoyed. Such is the case with Absolutely, Positively. Thankfully, I was able to dive right into this book and be reminded about the characters I love. Lucy is so great when she's faced with the being in love. It's not something she's comfortable or familiar with. Her family is cursed after all. I love that Sean takes it all in stride and seems to know exactly when Lucy needs more and when she doesn't. Even their animals seem to be so in tune to each other. You would think that this perfect scenario might get cheesy, but it's doesn't. I also really enjoyed the dash of mystery thrown into each story. Lucy used her abilities to help those around her. I liked how the two mysteries she solves seem to vastly different. I also like how each case seems to get equal attention in the book. Neither is overshadowed by the other. I feel like it's a perfect balance between light romance and mystery. The only disappointing part of this book....there isn't another one at this time. While I think this book ended on a good note, I would like another one. The characters are still fresh and I think have something more to offer readers. I hope the author comes back to this series soon!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read all three of the Lucy Valentine books and have enjoyed every one of them. The books are enjoyable, light and easy to read. Lucy is easy to relate to, and you can't help but get sucked into her all of her adventures. This book is a great one to bring to the pool or beach!
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This book was romantic and mysterious. I think the two genres that fit perfectly together. The plot was easy to umderstand and was exiting all the way through. If you are xonsidering buying it it is great for ages 11 and up i am thinking and just captivating.
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