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The Lovesick Cure
by Pamela Morsi

Overview - For Jesse Winsloe, the answer is clear: head into hiding. Single again and laid off from work, Jesse flees to Onery Cabin to lick her wounds with her ancient aunt Will--a Granny woman with the secret to healing the lovelorn.
Sure, Onery Cabin may be right out of Hollywood's "Lifestyles of the Poor and Hillbilly, " but Marrying Stone Mountain has its charm--including the local physician's assistant, Piney Baxley, a past recipient of Aunt Will's pungent "heartbreak poultice."
Between folk remedies and a "no strings attached" romance, Jesse is beginning to think she's found her own brand of lovesick cure--because there's nothing like a pinch of confidence and a dash of attraction to mend a broken heart.
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Overview
For Jesse Winsloe, the answer is clear: head into hiding. Single again and laid off from work, Jesse flees to Onery Cabin to lick her wounds with her ancient aunt Will--a Granny woman with the secret to healing the lovelorn.
Sure, Onery Cabin may be right out of Hollywood's "Lifestyles of the Poor and Hillbilly, " but Marrying Stone Mountain has its charm--including the local physician's assistant, Piney Baxley, a past recipient of Aunt Will's pungent "heartbreak poultice."
Between folk remedies and a "no strings attached" romance, Jesse is beginning to think she's found her own brand of lovesick cure--because there's nothing like a pinch of confidence and a dash of attraction to mend a broken heart.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780778313762
  • ISBN-10: 077831376X
  • Publisher: Mira Books
  • Publish Date: August 2012
  • Page Count: 409


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