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The man Mary Anne Drew wants is marrying someone else! So to win him back, she buys a love potion. Mary Anne's not convinced spells and potions work, but still, she has to do something.

Too bad the wrong man - aka Graham Corbett - drinks it.

Then strange things begin to happen....

Graham has never shown any interest in Mary Anne. In fact, their arguments are legendary. But no

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ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1546, 256 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Harlequin Superromance (first published January 1st 2009)
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Empi Baryeh
From the blurb: The man Mary Anne Drew wants is marrying someone else! So to win him back, she buys a love potion... Too bad the wrong man-’aka Graham Corbett-’drinks it.

I was drawn to this book after reading the blurb, since I enjoy weaving some fantasy into contemporary stories.

The Bad: There's no sex scene. For a story that starts out with something as unconventional as a love potion (to win the love of someone else's fiance no less) I thought the story turned out to be quite tame. I didn't
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Fringilla Passerina
Standard plot with a very refreshing touch - I like it :)
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