Milly Hope is the Crossover child of fae folklore, but her parents don't know that yet. Of course, they know that their little girl is going to be special - just not exactly how special.
To complete the Crossover process, she has to learn how to become fae before her 7th Birthday, and Barry Goodfellow, publican at the Royal Oak, and the rest of the faery community of Whimbury will have their work cut out to help her to do it.
First, they have to find the ideal person to teach her about fae history and legends, and then they must decide how much time they have to complete the task. The first Crossover experience must take place at just the right moment. Failure isn't an option.
But should they believe the call for urgency, impressed upon them by the tall stranger and his quiet friend, or is the cautionary approach demanded by Eric O'Shy the right one?
The human inhabitants of Whimbury know nothing of this dilemma - they have their hands full fighting plans for a lot of new housing in the village, which may affect the Royal Oak itself.
All that Miranda and Will Hope know is that their child has a vivid imagination and an apparent ability to communicate, at length, with animals and invisible friends. But will this help her to fulfil her destiny?
Oh Fae is the second book of The Crossover series.