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The Fairy Forest

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Author: Kayla Coleman and Tyler Bussmann

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An 18 year old girl named Mayrose is living in the medieval times when fairies and dragons were looked upon as mysterious evil creatures. But Mayrose knew different. After her father died, Mayrose always ventured into the fairy forest as if she belonged there, and spent her time hidden away from her life in the human world. Her betrothed Thomas Baker was waiting for her to start a new life. But she didn’t want that. She didn’t want him. She wanted Chandresh, a half fairy that wouldn’t ever be able to find a home in the human world. Mayrose has to find a way to have a life with the one she truly loves, without breaking her mother’s heart and losing her place in the human world. A romantic medieval fantasy story, twisted with fairies and dragons.

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Kayla Coleman and Tyler Bussmann

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