Love Potion #9 [NOOK Book]

Overview

They are best friends. They grew up right next door to each other. They think alike. They act alike. They are perfect for each other. So--why can't they see that? What's a frustrated mother supposed to do? Desperate to open their children's eyes, two mothers gift their offspring with bottles of Love Potion #9. Now all they can do it cross their fingers and hope it works--if the stubborn twosome will even drink it...
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Love Potion #9

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Overview

They are best friends. They grew up right next door to each other. They think alike. They act alike. They are perfect for each other. So--why can't they see that? What's a frustrated mother supposed to do? Desperate to open their children's eyes, two mothers gift their offspring with bottles of Love Potion #9. Now all they can do it cross their fingers and hope it works--if the stubborn twosome will even drink it...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592794119
  • Publisher: Amber Quill Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,138,056
  • File size: 79 KB

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Theo's frown deepened. They were on each other's bank accounts and car registrations. While they might not call what they did dating, they went out to dinner, movies, and amusement parks together. They even vacationed together. For all intents and purposes, they were a couple. Except for one small, tiny, minor detail ... the sex.

Theo lifted the beer can to his lips, wincing with his sip. He upended the stuff into the sink--no one should be forced to drink swill like that. He'd obviously gotten a bad can. Hands braced on the edge of the counter, he stared at Lori. She did have the brightest smile. He loved to hear her laugh, and hated it when she cried. What would sex with her be like? They'd never so much as kissed. Oh, but to kiss her!

Another shiver wiggled through him, straight to his crotch. Now he couldn't move from the sink. This was the last thing the Moms needed to focus on. Did his jacket hide his erection? Theo didn't dare check; he simply continued watching Lori, seeing her through different eyes. Were her lips as soft as they looked? Her mouth as hot? Theo pressed his lips together to keep from licking them.

He'd heard her with dates before, heard her soft cries when she came. No doubt she'd heard him too, less quiet. Now, he imagined her in his arms, clutched to him body and soul as she climaxed. Theo swallowed hard. Now he really couldn't move.

Would it be so bad, having sex with her? After all they'd been through, couldn't they make this work too? Why hadn't they tried?

But ... what if I lose her? Just the thought scared him. But up until now, he'd never considered they had been missing out on something wonderful.

Hewilled her to look his way. Within a heartbeat she did, locking her gaze with his, her lips slightly parted. And it was all Theo could do to keep from charging out there to claim her.

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