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This is a great read. I'm a city girl, so sometimes when I'm wedged under an armpit in the tube, the idea of packing up and moving to the country is terribly appealing. Christina Jones' fantastic book is just what I need in those situations; a little slice of rural England that I can carry around in my bag. Set in the village of Bagley, where everyone's business is common knowledge, Sukie Ambrose decides to use essential oils from the plants in her garden for her Aromatherapy business. She is surprised to discover that her potions help with a little more than her clients' aches and pains and soon the whole village seems to be under her spell. Plenty of humour, romance and a little touch of magic.

If you like Christina Jones you might also like to read books by Jenny Colgan, Milly Johnson and Carole Matthews.

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Love Potions by Christina Jones

When aromatherapist Sukie Ambrose starts using her cottage garden as inspiration – and raw ingredients – for her products, she thinks she’s just hit on a good way of saving money while offering her clients a way of de-stressing and relaxation. However, Sukie lives in a village where strange things have been known to happen…She discovers that her new improved lotions and potions are making her massages distinctly magical – and producing more star-crossed lovers than Shakespeare could ever dream of…

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Praise for Christina Jones:

‘H.E. Bates for the 21st Century’ Katie Fforde

‘sexy…unputdownable…a heart-thumping read’ Company

‘feisty tale of friendship and laughter, loyalty and love…engaging’ The Times

About the Author

Christina Jones

The only child of a Schoolteacher and a circus clown, Christina Jones has been writing all her life. As well as writing novels, Christina contributes short stories and articles to many national magazines and newspapers. Her first novel was chosen for WH Smith’s Fresh Talent promotion, and Nothing to Lose, was short-listed for the Thumping Good Read Award, with film and television rights sold.

After years of travelling, Christina now lives in Oxfordshire with her husband Rob and a houseful of rescued cats.

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Book Info

Publication date

5th October 2006

Author

Christina Jones

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Author's Website

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Publisher

Judy Piatkus Publishers Ltd

Format

Paperback
320 pages

Categories

Relationship Stories
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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9780749937355

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