Bluehour (A Water Magic Novel)
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A Watermagic Novel
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Chapter 1: Full Moon
“Okay! Enough already,” my mother said with narrow eyes. “You can go to the beach party, but whatever you do, don’t go in the ocean.” She was setting a plate of macaroni and cheese on the kitchen table before my seven-year-old sister, Lucy. The kitchen was a mess with stacked up dishes in the sink.
“I’m not going to go in the water, Mom,” I huffed as I tucked my brown, straight hair behind my ears.
My well meaning friend, Agatha Obrien, who was standing beside me, wearing only a bathing suit interjected, “We would never swim in the Pacific Ocean, Carolyn. The waves at Santa Monica Beach are so lame. You don’t have to worry at all. We just want to roast marshmallows.”