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Truly, Madly

by Heather Webber

Rated: Mild

Lucy Valentine (this book is the first in a series) has temporarily taken over her family’s business, in which generations of Valentines have been matchmaking professionally. The problem is that her psychic ability leans toward finding people’s lost belongings, not their true love. When she shakes hands with a new client, she sees a vision of a wedding ring on the body of a corpse and knows exactly where this body is buried. With the help of the sexy private investigator upstairs, she embarks on an adventure hoping that maybe in finding this lost ring, and the client’s lost girlfriend, she’ll also be able to find him true love.

This book was a fun, easy, sort of paranormal detective story with a little love thrown in to make it exciting.

Rated: Mild. A handful of mild swearing throughout. But the main reason for the rating is that every time the main character shakes hands with the sexy P.I., instead of seeing something he’s lost, she sees visions of them in bed together. So every time they touch, she gets a little sexualized in her thoughts and descriptions, but nothing overly descriptive.

— Reviewed by Nancy Minster

Nancy Minster is an avid reader, is married to an avid reader and is the mother to four little kids who seem to like books as well. One can only wonder where they get it from!

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  • Truly, Madly
  • by Heather Webber
  • Rated: Mild
  • Genre: Fiction
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