WHY I LET MY HAIR GROW OUT by Maryrose Wood
WHY I LET MY HAIR GROW OUT tells the story of 16-year-old, Morgan, a heartbroken Connecticut girl who chops off all her hair in a fit of angst after her boyfriend dumps her on the last day of school. Her frantic parents spring into rescue mode and send her on a "let's-help-Morgan-get-over-it" vacation. Before you can say ow, my butt hurts, Morgan is biking her way across Ireland, where a most unusual accident sends her tumbling back through time to a magic, long-ago word full of faeries and enchantments. She even meets a hunky warrior-dude named Fergus who really knows how to treat a girl who's part goddess — guess who that turns out to be? For ages 12 and up.
This is the second novel from Maryrose Wood, author of SEX KITTENS AND HORN DAWGS FALL IN LOVE ("an uproariously funny debut" - ALA Booklist). For more info, visit www.maryrosewood.com.
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