I LOVE LACY
February 29, 2008
Rating: 4 Cups
Mason O’Malley works as a private investigator at the Reno Police Department. The ex-cop thought he had seen everything, until he met Lacy, who he finds one sexy nutcase.
Lacy Kane has been a disappointment to her mother most of her life. Her mother calls her flighty because she chose to be a chef instead of a professional Aromatherapian.
Mason is surprised when a woman urges him to locate her tiara. She is outright adorable, but once she starts flapping that tongue, he hears the word, ‘cuckoo,’ in the back of his head. Just how important can one tiara be in judging food? Lacy assures him money is no object. She insists a food critic needs her tiara to judge food competitions. One encounter with Mason and she becomes weak in the knees and dizzy, and it has nothing to do with the fact she just swallowed three Benadryl. He thinks she is a nutcase. Lacy explains she is an aromatherapian who needs to wear the tiara thirty-seven minutes each morning so her abilities for a good sense of smell will kick in. This is a first for Mason, who wonders just what he can find in the arms of a naughty aromatherapian after she needs to kiss him to get a whiff of him.
I Love Lacy is a fun story; hilarious with air-tight dialogue and characters brilliantly alive. The moment I started reading I was immediately hooked. There is great depiction of the players that keep the story moving at a fast-pace and never loses the reader. Ms. Feisty crafts a page-turner; this reader could read again and again and still love every detail. I love how she creates Lacy and Mason, not to mention their delightful banter that gives that believable feeling in this highly recommended read.
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