I believe their emotions were real, and the potion only pushed them toward having sex sooner than they probably would have otherwise.AliceofX wrote: ↑01 Sep 2018, 01:33The more I think about it the more confused I get. Since Agrona used that love potion and who knows what other magic, how do we know how "real" their love really was? It's probably not something that we can judge just from the first book.
But what really bugs me is that Marcellus was willing to give up his family and country for Catrin, but she didn't do the same. It's like if Juliet had said, "Capulet's rule," at the end and walked off.
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