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Love's Potion Mass Market Paperback – 10 Jun 2005

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Love Out of This World 3 Jan. 2006
By The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Jasmine Flynn is a student of the school of hard knocks, it seems that in love and life, she just can't catch a break. Her family was tragically snatched away from her, leaving her alone in a big world to fend for herself. Unlucky in love, she connects with a man who is emotionally unavailable and who thrusts her into a world of sorrow and skepticism.

Then Jasmine stumbles across Raziq Djinni who sets her world on its ear. Believe me when I say, he is no ordinary man. He is a genie! Jasmine buys what she believes to be a beautiful perfume bottle but this bottle is really Raziq's eternal house. This is truly a case of "be careful of what you wish for! " When Jasmine is granted her wish, she gets more than she bargains for and Raziq's help literally saves Jasmine's life.

The chemistry between Jasmine and Raziq jumps off the pages. The way Ms. Jackson describes Raziq, he is melt-in-your-mouth fine and most importantly, he is everything Jasmine has never had in a man. He is good, honest, and has her best interest interests at heart. But, there are demonic forces that want to drive Raziq away from Jasmine. As the plot in this book thickens, you won't be able to put it down. The pages are filled with soul searching, crime and hot passionate scenes with a twist of paranormal flavoring to boot. This is a definite must read if you're looking for a different type of book. I particularly enjoyed it because although it was a romance, it wasn't your typical case of boy meets girl. The paranormal elements Ms. Jackson wove into her story were very creative. Who would have thought a human being could fall in love with a genie?

Reviewed by Nedine

of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Dream of Djinni! 8 Sept. 2005
By Reader Woman - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Monica Jackson has done it again--given all of us African American romance readers who enjoy a walk on the paranormal side another gem to enjoy. I read this book straight through--couldn't put it down. I loved the magical elements of this novel. I love that it is connected to In My Dreams and carries the theme and message of preparing for the last days and the final battle between demons and humans--good and evil. But what I loved most of all was the way she weaved in humor. What can I say. I laughed. I cried. I got really scared. Jackson took me there and back and I loved it. The heroine, Jasmine Flynn, is a black woman who has made some mistakes in her past and has some internal demons to deal with of her own. The hero, Raziq, is a djinni (that's genie to all you non-pc-folk) who is fine as all get out, feels her pain and wants to help her through it. (Having a flashback and stopping to fan myself--okay.) Anyway, the chemistry between the two of them is hot. Their passion and the love that develops between them is unforgettable. And just like with In My Dreams, Jackson has given readers just the right mixture of the paranormal, suspense, and romance. This book is a winner! Pick up your copy today!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hey, how do I get my own hot genie??? 24 Sept. 2005
By Roslyn Holcomb - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Okay, let me start by saying that under normal circumstances I DO NOT like paranormal romances. As a matter of fact, this is my first book in this genre, and my first by this author. I've typically found paranormals to be long on weirdo stuff, and very short on character development. Well, Love's Potion proved me wrong in my prejudices. These characters are deftly crafted, and so interesting that from the very beginning I cared what happened to them.

Ms. Jackson did what many authors fail to do; she created a hero that the reader can't help but fall passionately in love (and lust) with. I mean, what normal woman wouldn't love to have a totally hot genie (pardon me, djinni) grant her one wish? Sounds like the stuff of my fantasies anyway. But of course, it doesn't quite pan out that way (does it ever?) The course to true love never runs smooth, but poor Jasmine and Raziq have a bit more to contend with than usual; demons and sorceresses and even an honest-to-goodness succubi. But no incubi, oh well, maybe in the next book Ms. Jackson?

And did I mention that not only is this book hot and steamy with an engaging story that I couldn't put down, but its also mad funny? Ms. Jackson has a rapier wit that comes through in this story that had me laughing out loud at times (when she wasn't scaring the bejesus out of me!) All in all this was a great book, and I can't wait to get my hands on her backlist.
5.0 out of 5 stars Djinni, Djinni...come out wherever you are 10 Jan. 2006
By I Love To Read Romance - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Excellent book.

Monica Jackson is a talented author. She has a skill for creating likeable characters. The djinni, Raziq, nearly leaps off the page in all his sexiness. (Makes you wanna go hunt up your own antique perfume bottle).

The scenes where Raziq has to hide Jasmine from the forces of evil inside of a coke can are the best. You truly can viualize the haven he creates for her.

This book has it all good versus evil, action adventure, romance, intrigue, mystery, and all the passion you will ever need--you name it and this is the potpourri of romance books.

My only complaint: it was too short (210 pages) and that's only because I was not ready to leave Raziq and Jasmine alone.

Excellent book. Excellent.
4.0 out of 5 stars Love's Potion 10 May 2009
By Nichole - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a good book. It is anything but typical. Raziq is a dream and Jasmine is a typical woman struggling with mistakes she's made and hurts from her past. The story kept me on my feet. I never knew what to expect. It was not predictable and that was refreshing. I wish the romantic scenes had been more sensual instead of so raw. I thought Raziq and Jasmine would take long relaxing baths with flower petals by candle light, wash each others hair and cook gourmet food but that's not how it turned out. I do recommend this book. All the otherwordly stuff was interesting and yet it made a lot of sense on some level. I can't wait to read about Bless in "In my dreams".
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