Victoria reached into her handbag,  pulled out a massive wad of cash, rose from her chair, swiped the money back and forth under Floyd’s nose.

“Take a whiff,” she said seductively.

Floyd sucked in deep, his nostrils partying from the sweet aroma. – Murder Can Be Messy.

What is it about a mere smell that can transform an atmosphere from dreary to dynamic? Entice even the most unromantic romance cynic to want to sniff out a partner? Oh, the funk, the scent, the smell!


Walk up to any cosmetic counter and you will find a vast array of perfumes, colognes and aftershaves, with a variety of scents, packaged in perfectly shaped, tempting bottles. From designer perfumes to celebrity endorsed colognes, no product on the market is more fitting for subtly flirting than a seductive, sensuous scent.

Personally, as a female, I love the smell of a great cologne lingering off of a man. If I was asked to give one piece of advice to the male gender on how to attract a mate, my response would be, “Wear cologne!” I go cuckoo over classic cologne. If I step into an elevator, and there are five men closed in with me, and of those five men, one is wearing cologne, the other four men around me evaporate. I immediately go where my nose goes, and I suck in deep and take a whiff. I can truly get lost in the luxury of breathing in a masculine, sassy scent.

Who is that fine fellow floating in the fantastic fragrance?

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Fragrance is fun! Fragrance is fabulous! Fragrance is flirting!

What can you expect when splashed in the greatest scents of all? Pheromone phenomenon! Pheromone pandemonium! Pure pheromone party!

I attended a party, was introduced to a guy. When I greeted him, the aroma of his cologne transformed me to a different dimension. I hugged him – twice! Whiff, whiff!

I couldn’t deny myself the pure joy of breathing in the blissful aroma, much like when you see a young boy who just got a buzz haircut, and you have an overpowering need to rub his head and meander your hand through the blunt bristles!

Ah, the overpowering power of a powerful perfume!




So, when you’re too shy to talk to that guy or that girl, or you want to speak loudly without talking at all, smolder yourself in an intriguing smell and shout out with your sexy, sensual scent – – – attract with your aroma.

I love your funk, your scent, your smell! Flirt with fragrance!

Animalistic appeal!  Grrrr!

Celebrity endorsed perfumes are hot, hot, hot! Think Jennifer Lopez, Paris Hilton, Elizabeth Taylor’s White Diamonds, and of course, the Biebs, Someday!

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Someday I hope to have my own perfume, my own signature scent! We’ll call it “Nonci”!

Fragrance – What a playful, easy way to entice! Nice!

“Excuse me miss, I adore your smell.”

“Why thank you.”

“Very fitting. You wear that fragrance well.”

“You’re invading my space, so close to my face. Please step back a bit.”

“I must keep smelling your fabulous perfume! I can’t get enough of it!”

Pheromone fever! Live it! Love it! Smell it! Sniff it! Ah, a perfect, pleasant fit!


Nancy Mangano is an American fashion journalist and author of the Natalie North murder mystery series, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy. Nancy has blended her love of detective work and her lifelong love affair with fashion into her books. Visit Nancy on her author website http://www.nancymangano.com, her Fashion/Style/Beauty Bonanza Strutting in Style at http://www.passionforprying.wordpress.com, Twitter @https://twitter.com/nancymangano and her Facebook fan page Nancy Mangano https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nancy-Mangano/362187023895846?fref=ts


About authornancymangano

Nancy Mangano resides in Orange County, CA. She has blended her love of detective work and style in her novels, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy.
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