As she's settling into her new life, a lump begins forming on her back. It grows, bigger and bigger, until eventually a beautiful blue blossom sprouts. It sure is pretty, but this strange blossom on her back shouldn't be there! She manages to hide it from her friends and family, but Laurel really needs some answers. Eventually she tells David, and they begin investigating. The conclusion David comes to is that Laurel's cells are more plant than animal.
Major things begin happening around Laurel, and maybe these "wings" have something to do with it. When Laurel's father becomes ill, a strange man begins inquiring about her family's land surrounding the cabin. Can Laurel find any answers to the mystery there?
Where to begin? I could not get into this book... at all! I really struggled with finishing it. It was a very slow read for me. The storyline dragged along. The characters were underdeveloped. I've always been intrigued by faeries, but the fact that Laurel is some type of plant completely put me off. Each time I tried to envision Laurel, I kept picturing this ugly flower. I couldn't envision a "blossom" looking like beautiful wings. I just don't see faeries as plants. Overall, another let down in the faery department.