Flossed & Found: A Faery's Tale and Letters

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When a tooth retrieval faery is caught in the act by the only child on a hippy commune, the two forge a forbidden friendship that will affect both of their worlds. Through narrative and letters, Flossed & Found tracks Maeve Faedent, the feisty faery’s meddling with her clients’ lives, using the relationships to undermine the secrecy protocols in her own world and rescue a few humans along the way. More

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Words: 100,900
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310424670
About Pepper MacDonald

Pepper MacDonald is a low-level, behind-the-scenes diplomatic consultant. She works primarily for western governments, but also native peoples and environmental and human rights organizations. She lives with her changeling daughter and companion in suburbia. Pepper enjoys learning, helping a stranger in crisis, and encountering glitter in unexpected places.

Reviews

Review by: J on June 04, 2017 :
The delightful Flossed & Found is fantasy, cozy, and pep talk all in one. I so enjoyed being pulled into Maeve's world and meeting Pepper. I highly recommend this funny, serious, whimsical, and moving story.
(reviewed 13 months after purchase)

Review by: Tara Prior on April 28, 2016 :
I’ll be honest – as a contributing writer of this book, I am slightly biased! However, I wanted to write a review anyway because it really does deserve a look. Pillow Talk is an atypical book – part fantasy, part autobiography, part history. While it is most definitely a work of fiction, some of the most surprising and unusual events in the story are based on facts. Books have been written about tooth fairies before, but the story of Maeve Faedent, the tooth retrieval faery, and her loyal human friends is not just a light and fluffy piece of fun but an inspiring tale of life, replete with all of life’s usual challenges. Women take charge of their lives and a boy becomes much more than his upbringing suggested he could be. While Maeve is the central, unifying force of the novel, the other characters are strong and important in their own right. In short, Pillow Talk is a fun, unusual and uplifting read. (Make sure your teeth are sparkly clean before you begin!)
(reviewed 47 days after purchase)

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