Love Potion #9 is now available at all retail portals again, after a run in Kindle Unlimited this summer. Although this is one of the four books I wrote for Berkley imprints (Time Passages and Magical Love) it’s the one that isn’t really a time travel. It’s a reincarnation story and a romantic comedy: Lilith is a witch who has lived a long time, waiting for her true love to reappear. In fact, she hunted down the elixir for immortality just to be able to wait long enough. Impatient, she casts a little spell to hurry him along—and is convinced that her new neighbor is her lover true returned. Single father and reporter Mitch gets a greeting to the neighborhood he’ll never forget, and soon, he’s trying to get to the bottom of the real story. I love this book so much, and it will always hold a special place in my heart.
Italy, August 1420: A gypsy named Lilith sees her lover hanged for a crime he didn’t commit. On the gallows, he swears to return to her. Convinced that one day he’ll be reborn, she searched for a fabled elixir—rumored to grant immortality…
Toronto, August 1999: Waiting has taken its toll on Lilith, now a fortune-teller with a gift for matchmaking. So she concocts her strongest love potion ever. She is certain her magic has worked when the spitting image of her one true love moves in next door.
A very practical—and skeptical—single father, Mitch Davison is intrigued by Lilith’s passionate welcome, yet suspicious of her motives. After all, he’s never believed in magic—and hasn’t believed in love since his wife left him. But when Lilith doubts her own intuition, it’s Mitch who must convince her that the greatest gift of all is the talent to follow your own heart…
A Romantic Times Top Pick
Winner of the Colorado Romance Writers’ Award of Excellence for Best Paranormal, Fantasy or Time Travel Romance
“Four and a half stars! Love Potion #9 is utterly charming, mixing a centuries-old myth and a modern day love story with a fast-paced plot that keeps you laughing and wondering if you can really believe.”—Romantic Times