Aye, I am a Fairy by Dani Haviland

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Leah crawled back into bed after her little ‘hair of the dog’ cocktail, still not ready to face the day. She snuggled up to Harry the stuffed hippo and let him lead her into sleep’s sweet oblivion. Seconds, hours—maybe it was only minutes later—she was rudely awakened by her polyester pellet-filled buddy blowing raspberries in her ear. “Hmph.” Her phone had fallen onto her pillow and was vibrating, signaling the hour. She picked it up and squinted: ten o’clock. She blinked and refocused: the little pigeon icon was fluttering across the screen. She had mail. Flight arrives at noon today, Flt 3923, Greensboro. Let me know if we can get together. James Melbourne First the condolences—and he didn’t even know whether I was her sister or her daughter—and now he wants to meet me? “Ho-kay.” Leah snorted, “Time to Google the name.” She searched the full name listed in the email’s return address properties. “Right…a British lord, and a randy one at that, according to the tabloids. Not bad looking, though… Why are all the cute ones gay?” (Read this epic time travel novel for free with Kindle Unlimited)

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