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Ivy's Eyes by Linda Palmer

Ivy Warren, owner of pagan supply shop Something's Brewing, is a white witch with a secret power—the ability to read a soul by gazing into someone's eyes.  Sometimes her power is wonderful; sometimes it's not.  When Ember, a witch with nominal powers, tries to buy a love potion, Ivy won't sell it to her and not because she has seen Ember's soul. No man should be tricked into loving a woman. A glimpse of Ember and an unknown male on the sidewalk later that day pokes Ivy's conscience. Should she warn the handsome stranger that Ember is after him?

 

Amos "Hutch" Hutchinson is the new pharmacist in town. He and Ivy meet when she picks up a prescription for her aunt. They wind up flirting with each other and making a coffee date, but she never shows up. He decides she didn't like him as much as he liked her.


What Hutch doesn't know is that Ivy missed their date because she was drugged. Even worse, her love potions were stolen. Now she has no ethical choice but to knock on his door, apologize for being a no show, and ask if Ember has offered him a drink. But will a down-to-earth chemist ever believe her crazy story? And what if it's already too late to save him?

58 pages

Release date: March 18, 2016

  • $2.99
  • ISBN
    978-1-60174-213-1