By the time his father died, the family business, Alexander Industries, was nearly insolvent. To avoid bankruptcy, Mason Alexander decides to marry money. He chooses to merge with Caroline Wickersham. In exchange for her financing, she gains entrance into the elite of Seattle high society.
Mason's sister and mother want Caroline and him to love each other. Being practicing witches, they concoct a love potion. They spice some ice tea, but instead of Caroline drinking the brew, the gardener, Raine Hobart sips the elixir. The two Alexander witches desperately need to reverse their error, but must wait two weeks for the proper moon face to succeed. Meanwhile, Mason and Raine fall in love, but when he learns that she leads the opposition to a neighborhood construction project, he feels betrayed by her.
Highly regarded historical romance writer Lisa Hendrix demonstrates her width of talent by successfully stepping into the contemporary sub-genre with a warm novel. The story line is humorous as the various relationships propel the tale forward. The lead characters are an enticing pair and the two witches provide jocularity to the brew. Though Caroline comes across as a bit too harsh, readers will feel that Ms. Hendrix has RAZZLE DAZZLEd them with an amusing tale.