Actually Ever After

redhead woman with leaves and branchesBe careful what you wish for. You just might get it.

13-year-old Sketch doesn’t believe in fairies. Unfortunately, her mother believes she is one, and since being declared mentally unstable by her doctors, Sketch has to take care of her full-time. Sketch’s anger and resentment run high until she finds her mother’s diary with a gold coin hidden inside. Struck by the beautiful drawings and stories, Sketch wishes she could have known the girl her mother used to be.

The leprechaun gold still had one wish left in it, and Sketch suddenly finds herself in the body of her 13-year-old mother. In Northern Ireland. In the year 1508. And she’s a candidate to become the Queen of the Fae.

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