“Exposed” by a Boston Herald reporter, Lucy 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…
This book, and this series for that matter, are exactly what they seem. Short and sweet mystery novels. I adore these books, they have just the right balance of mystery, romance, and whimsy. I do believe this book delves a bit deeper into the main characters Lucy and Sean, both into them apart and as a couple.
I think the plot in this book was expertly weaved, even if I predicted the ending in the opening scene, it was still an excellent journey to take. I think that Ms. Webber should continue writing these books, I will continue to read and adore them.
Sorry this review isn't longer, like the book wanted to keep it short and sweet.
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