Tuesday, March 08, 2011

A Perfect 10:

A Lucy Valentine Mystery - Book 3
A Perfect 10
St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 978-0-312-94615-9
February 2011
Cozy Mystery

Boston - Present Day

Lucy Valentine is doing well with her part of Valentine, Inc., Lost Loves. She is finally putting her psychic gift to good use, helping to unite people who have been separated from their true loves. Partnered with her boyfriend, private investigator Sean Donahue, and constantly shadowed by family friend and reporter Preston Bailey, Lucy begins investigating a new case about two teenaged foster kids, Meaghan Archibald and Tristan Rourke, who lost contact years ago.

But this case turns out to be way more than Lucy bargained for. Tristan Rourke is wanted by the FBI and has a particularly bad habit of breaking into Lucy's car, home, office, where ever he needs to get what he wants. Lucy has also taken on a missing person's case for her grandmother, trying to find her friend Mac Gladstone. Lucy must solve the cases, take care of her menagerie of animals, worry about Sean, and somehow manage to actually sleep now and again.

Another excellent installment of the Lucy Valentine series, ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY definitely doesn't disappoint! A perfect mix of mystery with a pinch of paranormal, this heartwarming book offers a little something for everyone. Lucy Valentine is an extremely genuine character, unable to let a case go even when it looks as though she's hit a dead end. Each brilliant character adds a little something extra to the story, and readers will fall in love with the Valentine crew. A truly charming story and exciting mystery, ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY more than deserves a Perfect 10 rating.

While ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY can stand alone just fine, readers will definitely love catching up on Lucy's case solving skills in the first book, TRULY, MADLY released in February 2010, and DEEPLY, DESPERATELY, released August of 2010.

Amanda Toth

1 comment:

Tianna Xander said...

This sounds like a great read. I'm adding it to my TBR list. Thanks!