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The Love Potionby Sandra Hill
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A love potion in a jelly bean?
Fame and fortune are surely only a swallow awaywhen Dr. Sylvie Fontaine discovers a chemicalformula guaranteed to attract the opposite sex.Though her own love life is purely hypothetical,the shy chemist's professional future is assured . . .as soon as she can find a human guinea pig.
The only problem is the wrong man has swallowedSylvie's love potion. Bad boy Lucien LeDeux ismore than she can handle even before he's dosedwith the Jelly Bean Fix. The wildly virile lawyeris the last person she'd choose to subject tothe scientific method.
When the dust settles, Sylvie and Luc have theanswers to some burning questions: Can a mandie of testosterone overload? Can a straightlacedfemale lose every single one of her inhibitions?And they learn that old-fashioned romanceis still the best catalyst for love.
“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 shes 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. In her marvelously hysterical The Love Potion, she updates (sort of) William Shakespeares classic A Midsummer Nights Dream, when a sexy scientist inadvertently casts a love spell on the last man shed ever want to fall in love with.
Hijinks ensue when a beautiful chemist unwittingly tests her new love potion on a wildly handsome lawyer.
About the Author
Sandra Hill is a graduate of Penn State and worked for more than ten years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories.
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