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SUGAR PLUM (Damselfly)

At six inches tall with gorgeous purple wings, seventeen-year-old Sugar is the spitting image of a fairy – and that makes her the perfect spy.

It’s the year 2081 and the USA hasn’t been united for five years. Now it’s divided into three bitterly feuding sections – the West, the East, and the Mids, and thousands of families have been separated by the conflict. In order to figure out how spies are crossing from the right coast, the West is targeting caravans of families crossing the Mids illegally. Trouble is, the crossers are hard to track, and that’s where Sugar comes in.

Every week, she and hundreds of others like her are packaged as Christmas tree ornaments and “donated” to poor children. If they’re lucky, they’ll end up with a crosser kid and dig up valuable information about the clandestine caravans while their wings serve as a tracking device. If not, they fly back to the Candy Factory for reassignment. Wash, Rinse, Repeat until they’ve served enough missions to earn their freedom.

When Sugar is placed with a crosser kid named Clara, she quickly discovers that the conflict is more complicated than she thought. Clara’s uncle and his family were assassinated and now her parents are running for their lives. Every second that Sugar remains with the family, she puts them in danger. If she leaves, she’ll surely be caught and lose any chance at freedom. If she stays, she might lose everything.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.Sugar Plum is a fairy with beautiful purple wings and only six inches tall. Every year at Christmas Sugar and hundreds of other fairies like her are given away as Christmas tree ornaments to poor children and most of the time these children are crossers. Crossers are families who are trying to cross the Mids illegally. The US has been divided into three sections, the West, the East and the Mids.Sugar is given to a little girl named Clara who is told not to open her gift until Christmas. She is told if she waits until Christmas that her little fairy will then magically turn into a real girl. Clara wants so badly to open her present before Christmas but she doesn’t because she believes that her little fairy might not turn into a real girl if she opens her before Christmas so therefore she waits.Sugar finds out that there is more going on about the crossers and the conflict than what she has been told. She finds out that Clara’s uncle and his family was killed and that now Clara and her family are running for their lives. Sugar is stuck between a rock and a hard place when she learns of the danger she has put Clara’s family into just by being with them. She doesn’t know where to stay with Clara and her family or leave them. Sugar has become to care about Clara and her family and doesn’t want to do anything that would cause them harm. So what should she do? Should she stay or leave?I read Damselfly before reading Sugar Plum and really loved it. So then I just had to read Sugar Plum. I wanted to find out more about the little humans. I have so much loved reading about the six inch humans. I hope that there will be more books in the Damselfly series. I would love to know more about Sugar and Clara. If you have not read Sugar Plum then I highly recommend that you pick up your copy today. It is free on Smashwords.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Where is the rest of this story?? I loved her other book, Damsel fly, so I grabbed this up. Is this supposed to be a highlight for the next book?

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