Touchdowns And Potions

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Real estate agent Jenna Steele has to sell pro quarterback Andy McKnight’s mansion. She hates professional athletes. When he convinces her he does have a heart, she falls in love with the man. There’s only one problem—Jenna’s been splashed with a love potion and now men are falling at her feet. Once the potion wears off, Andy will be gone and she’ll be forced to find another job.

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Words: 71,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452323831
About Markee Anderson

Markee writes romances, and also writes as all the author names on Writing is escapism, at its finest. It's like playing with dolls all over again--giving them a life, problems, a past...and it all happens in her head, keeping her entertained.

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Review by: Larry Hammersley on May 27, 2011 :
This was a great romance between the football quarterback, Andy, and real estate agent, Jenna. This was a page turner for me, leaving me anxious to read what happened next. I hated to have to read it in segments. The growing love between Andy and Jenna was tastefully done and Jenna held to her convictions throughout. There was love, excitement, and intrigue involved. Jenna was a gal who could take care of herself and Andy was a guy who wanted to take care of her.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Connie Dash on April 25, 2011 :
You dont have to understand football to follow the play by play of Quarterback Andy and no-nonsense real-estate Jenna. His determination to win her love, her refusal to believe him and the hilarious involvement of a well intended, meddling old woman had me laughing out loud! A wonderful book by Markee Anderson that your sure to enjoy.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ginger Simpson on Feb. 01, 2011 :
My second voyage into a Markee Anderson tale, and I certainly wasn't disappointed. I love a feisty heroine, and that's exactly what I got in Touchdowns and Potions. This story is filled with twists and turns, believable characters, and grins and giggles at the appropriate times. I always love a book I can relate to, and that's what I got. Kudos to the author for an entertaining read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Larry Kegley on Jan. 08, 2011 :
Touchdowns and Potions was a delightful read. Typically I favor mystery/crime/suspense fiction, but am very glad that I took the time to read this romantic book. The characters are either likable or the type you like to dislike. While the final ending was somewhat predictable, the trip along the way was most enjoyable. You won't go wrong if you decide to read this book, you will be entertained.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Val Pearson on Jan. 05, 2011 :
In Touchdowns and potions, we meet Andy, football superstar and every woman's dream. He's used to getting what he wants so when he meets real estate agent Jenna Mathis, he's in for a fight. Jenna's character is driven, strong and is a woman who knows what she wants or at least thinks she knows what she wants. The fact that Andy has to fight to show Jenna how he feels is the obstacle that makes this story so exciting. Throw in paparazzi, a crazy old lady, a love potion that turns men aggressive and a very nasty ex girlfriend and you get one hilarious read.

Touchdowns and Potions was such a fun book and I found myself laughing out loud. The unruly adventures that Jenna experienced were entertaining and made this book a page turner. This was the kind of book you pick up to escape the real world and leave remembering the funny characters and events that took place. You won't walk away from it without laughing. I found this book to be emotional at times with humorous moments that kept the story interesting. I am very interested in reading more of Ms. Anderson's work. She writes in a way that I can relate to. I definitely recommend Touchdowns and potions. It's an extremely funny book with twists and turns throughout the book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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