The Love PotionBook - 1999
"Always fresh, romantic, inventive, and hilarious."
--New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs
Speaking of New York Times and USA Today bestseller Sandra Hill, Romantic Times BOOKclub declares that, "humor and Hill are a winning team." Whether she's entangling handsome Viking warriors in outrageously hot and funny romantic adventures--in the distant past or, remarkably, in the modern day--or creating contemporary love stories as hilarious as they are scorchingly hot, Hill is a master. The marvelously hysterical The Love Potion is the first in her Cajun Men series, and introduces readers to the amazing Tante Lulu. Hill updates (sort of) William Shakespeare's classic A Midsummer Night's Dream, when a sexy scientist inadvertently casts a love spell on the last man she'd ever want to fall in love with.
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What if a chemist invented a real love potion?
What if the elixir were put in jelly beans?
What if a man...the wrong man...ate the jelly beans?
Dr. Sylvie Fontaine...chemist extraordinaire.
Lucien LeDeux..."The Swamp Solicitor," AKA "Bad Boy of the Bayou."
Holy Crawfish! The South might indeed rise again...
If the rebels could just stop laughing.
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