The Love Potion

The Love Potion

by Sandra Hill
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Love Potion 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sandra has done it again! Nobody, and I mean nobody does romantic comedy like Sandra Hill. Add to that smoldering love scenes and well ... you've got a hit. This plot is built around a love potion,steamy Louisiana nights and two characters that really don't need a love potion to set off sparks. Sandra has a way of painting a picture before your eyes with her scenerios and doubling you over in laughter with her words. You best lay off the coffee and invest in some Depends because sure as sugar you're going to need them to handle the bladder weakening humor in this book. Keep'em coming Sandra. Life doesn't get any better then this.
PDX_reader_Jane More than 1 year ago
I have read all the other Sandra Hill Cajun series books, but not this one. It is the first one in the series and I am glad that it was re-issued! Sandra's books have it all --- mystery, romance, sex, humor and just a good read! Her other books on Vikings, Navy Seals and vampire Angels are fun, too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
has it all -- great book
MOJO-ML More than 1 year ago
Lucien LeDeux, handsome Cajun and extraordinary lawyer, has always been attracted to Sylvie Fontaine, a scientific researcher. Lucien went to Sylvies lab to have her test some bayou waters that seem to be polluted by an oil company. Sparks fly when Lucien gobbles up Sylvies latest invention while talking to her, jelly beans! Not any ordinary jelly beans, but ones with her enzymes in them to act as a LOVE POTION!. Between fighting their attraction to each other and fighting the oil companies machinations to stop their report on the polluted bayou waters this book will keep you laughing and avidly turning the pages to see what happens next. Oh by the way, beware of Tante Lulu!
Jenrae More than 1 year ago
Humorous and sexy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good set-up for next stories. I have read them all and each one just got better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good book
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PrincessThuy1 More than 1 year ago
Funny and sizzling hot. Loved it. Sandra Hill has a way of writing that just keeps you coming back for more. I love all her work and this story was no exception.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So do i drink it?
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Jeanette Torres More than 1 year ago
A great read!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Research chemist Dr. Sylvie Fontaine is ecstatic over her scientific breakthrough that she believes is the greatest since Viagra. Sylvie created the Jelly Bean Fix (JBX), a love potion that uses female enzymes to attract males, albeit after he has swallowed the sweet ¿pill¿.

Attorney Luc ¿Swamp Solicitor¿ LeDeux heads to Sylvie¿s lab to ask her to test a water sample that he believes has been polluted by Cypress Oil. Sylvie and Luc have been ¿enemies¿ since she rejected his offer to dance at a Houma, Louisiana sixth grade event. He informed her then that one day they will dance naked together.

Sylvie agrees to look at the sample. However, she panics when he eats the jellybeans containing her enzymes that were targeted for her boss. Not long afterward, he accuses her of trying to kill him with over testosterone production as he cannot get Sylvie out of his head. As they fall in love, Sylvie believes it is her sugar pill, but Luc knows otherwise for he has loved her since elementary school.

Though love potions sound inane, Sandra Hill provides a delightful Bayou romance that will bewitch the audience though mindful of the Bullock movie Love Potion #9. The story line is filled with double entendres as Sylvie and Luc, supported by a cast of eccentrics, debate chemistry. Their dynamic relationship is so much fun to observe that the strong pollution subplot involving Luc¿s estranged dad seems out of place except for bringing the hero to her lab. Throw in a Samson hunk on the cover of this fine tale readers will be seeking the JBX or green M&Ms.

Harriet Klausner

Guest More than 1 year ago
Luc accidentally eats jelly beans filled with love potion and falls head over heals for Sylvie, who just so happens to be pretty crazy about him. But how can Sylvie be with a man who only loves her because of a potion, and once the love potion wears off, will Luc's love for her die? Sandra Hill is a talented author, but this story would have been more entertaining for me if it was around 200 pages. It seemed to be puffed up with miscellaneous details about cajun tradition that had no place in this book. Luc sounded like a good looking guy, but for the first half of the book I really disliked him. He seemed like a loser and it's hard for me to like a guy like that, but it becomes apparent that he isn't what he seems. By the end of the novel, the character of Luc was very three-dimensional and he seemed to come alive for me, but even the 'Cajun Knight' couldn't save this book. I usually read novels this length in a few days. This novel took me three weeks. I just couldn't get into it. The love potion idea was so intriguing but it fell flat. I was very dissapointed because I really wanted to like this novel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book. If you haven't read it you should! I couldn't put it down. The main characters were funny. I was glad when they ended up together.