Cairo is the youngest of the three Wagstaff sisters and the one without magic. Refusing to accept this definition, she sets out to prove her own abilities, but unlike her older sisters who use their talents for altrustic purposes, she chooses more personal goals. Using an old 'recipe' book left by her great-grandmother, she attempts to make a love potion and inadvertently traps herself and the wrong man in its coils.
About the Author
Barbara Bartholomew lives in western Oklahoma, dividing her time between the farm which has been in the family for over a hundred years and a 1940s house in a neighboring small town. She frequently draws on this background and her years living in Texas for her books. She is the author of more than forty published novels and dozens of short stories.