Willow Brown, American Fairy (The Willow Brown Stories, #2)

Willow Brown, American Fairy (The Willow Brown Stories, #2)

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by John Osborne
     
 

Book Two of the Willow Brown stories.

Noah Phelps looks forward to a quiet visit at his parents’ Wisconsin home, accompanied by his lover and fairy friend, Willow Brown, but a late night phone call shatters their serenity. Tragedy has struck in the life of Willow’s best friend and fellow fairy, Rowan Westfall: her partner, Ruthie, has suffered a

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Book Two of the Willow Brown stories.

Noah Phelps looks forward to a quiet visit at his parents’ Wisconsin home, accompanied by his lover and fairy friend, Willow Brown, but a late night phone call shatters their serenity. Tragedy has struck in the life of Willow’s best friend and fellow fairy, Rowan Westfall: her partner, Ruthie, has suffered a fatal accident.

After a hasty trip to Rowan’s Kentucky home and a strange meeting with the sheriff, it appears all was not as first believed. Suspicion grows when Ruthie’s computer is stolen. The three friends hunt for answers, but sink deeper into mystery, as Noah learns what it’s like coping with two spirited fairies. Just as they near the solution, a fairy Hunter comes onto the scene, disrupting their progress and threatening the two fairies’ lives.

Noah continues his struggle with Willow’s secrecy, until conflict erupts between them. Only an unexpected crisis reunites their magic, forcing Willow to reveal her past. Aided by a band of misfit teens who know Rowan’s secret nature, Noah and Willow must use all their skills when the Hunter strikes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148462453
Publisher:
John Osborne
Publication date:
03/15/2012
Series:
Willow Brown Stories , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
976,268
File size:
380 KB

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Willow Brown, American Fairy 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these stories. Well written and well edited. Thank you John Osborne.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the two books in this series!!! I didn't want it to end! I just want to say that do believe in faries- I do, I do!
MystieMuun More than 1 year ago
An entertaining read Willow Brown returns in this second book of the series. this time the action revolves around the secrets of a fatal tragedy. Twists abound in this rendition of a mystery thriller with intersecting plots. Once again Osborne has given them all individuality that sometimes clashes. It isn't easy mediating between fairies under the best circumstances. When their lives are torn apart by tragedy and ancient foes, secrets can prove even more deadly. The wrap-up brought things to a conclusion that was entertaining with solutions that appeared at the last minute. I'm hoping for a continuation to this very good series.