Fortune Cookie Magic


Fortune Cookie Magic      Free with Ku 

If you were told that eating a fortune cookie could bring you lust, sex, love, and the man of your dreams, would you go for it? Find out what four professional women decide in this hilarious erotic romance.

Meeting for lunch at a Chinese restaurant, Jill’s friends are shocked by the improbable, amazing tale of good fortune she spins. Lust, sex, love, pregnancy, and a planned marriage to a strapping young hunk, all from eating a red fortune cookie? A FORTUNE COOKIE? Give me a break!
The owner of the Chinese restaurant sets one of the miracle red fortune cookies in front of each of Jill’s friends. Gail, the hi-powered attorney, Rita, the gorgeous model, and Saundra, the uppity socialite, look at each other, then at Chad, Jill’s dreamboat fiancée. What should they do? What would you do?
Fortune Cookies is a deliciously naughty, whimsical, tongue in cheek, romantic story that leads four friends on a paranormal journey into the supernatural in search of love, fulfillment and happiness. It is a novel for couples, about couples. Erotic and funny, Fortune Cookies will send you searching Chinese restaurants for the elusive red fortune cookie!

Fortune Cookie Magic, a 2008 Eppies Finalist, which was subsequently rewritten, originally was published as Fortune Cookies by eXtasy Books


Beverly smiled. Go on, eat one, but save the other for your partner next time you get…you know…intimate.”

She was serious.

Jill laughed quietly, “I wish! I haven’t had sex with anyone in six months, and the cookie would be hard as a rock by the time I have an opportunity to give it to my sex partner.”

Beverly lifted her eyes to the ceiling and smiled, shaking her head in a wry all-knowing manner. “Honey, your luck is about to change. Prepare to be swept off your feet.”

Jill absorbed what Beverly said and found it hilarious. She laughed uproariously.

“What’s so funny?”

Jill paused to pick up a napkin and wipe her eyes. “Nothing. It’s really stupid. It’s just when you said I would be swept off my feet. I thought I could use a good sweeping.”

Beverly joined in laughing with Jill, tears running down their cheeks.

Suddenly, a flash of lighting lit up the gray outside. The lights inside flickered off momentarily, followed by an earsplitting thunderclap and a cloudburst. Jill and Beverly jumped, then laughed at the other’s jumpiness.

Beverly put her hand to her chest and took a deep breath. “Dang. That scarred the bejesus out of me. Where did that come from?”

“I know. The weather forecast didn’t say anything about rain today.I don’t even have an umbrella.”

Beverly’s hands swung outward, palms up. “Me either.”

The rain hadn’t diminished one iota by the time they finished and were ready to leave. In fact, it seemed stronger. Outside of the restaurant under the protective overhang of the awning, they said their goodbyes and hugged. Then Beverly dashed back to the office.

Jill had an assignment to complete, so she sat down at the nearby bus stop to wait for a bus. She felt lucky because it was covered, which kept the rain off of her, but that lasted only until Chad showed up.

Jill sat there, reading a Danielle Steele paperback, waiting for the bus, when without warning, a wave of cool rainwater swamped her. She and Danielle Steele were both soaked. Nothing was spared. Not even her hair. Shocked, she glanced up and glimpsed a red Corvette rounding the corner. She noticed the silhouette of a man and cursed his stupidity under her breath. Now, she was going to have to either take a cab home, or go buy a new outfit, which she’d have to charge since she’d just been paid and as usual, was already broke.

A Checker Cab approached and she rose to wave, when suddenly, the same Corvette cut the cab off, and pulled alongside the curb. The driver leaned over, after rolling down the window. His friendly blue eyes twinkled, and he lavished her with the friendliest smile she’d seen in years.


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