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   Ordinary Fairy, An, by John Osborne  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2010
 
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      For thirty years, Willow Brown has lived in the woods on her deceased parent's estate, where she follows a reclusive lifestyle caring for the wildlife and avoiding human contact. Then Willow's quiet world turns upside down when nature photographer Noah Phelps crosses her path and discovers she can fly... Noah quickly learns there is more to fairies than just flying. Gifted with magical powers far beyond his Wiccan charms, Willow is also a woman with issues and a haunting past. When local bully Chester Jones reignites a long-standing feud, Willow turns to her "mere human" friend for help and finds love as well. Willow is the most delightful, mysterious, feisty, irritating, yet lovable woman Noah has ever known. At his urging, she seeks the answer to the mystery of her parents' death and Jones's sudden interest in her woodland home. Fairy magic, Wiccan spells, and the Jones brand of folk magic crisscross the ether, as a race ensues to find the clues hidden in the woods. After Willow casts her spell, you will believe in fairies.

     
     
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  • Fairy
  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards

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