This is romantic, suspenseful and hilarious. Trevor is an anthropologist who is a professor at a college. He took a group of kids to a dig in Costa Rica hoping to find something spectacular. Daisy is an inept fairy, currently trying to become a tooth fairy, which is almost impossible because she can't do magic, at least not without a scientifically engineered wand. Daisy gets sent to retrieve the tooth of Angus, age 8, in Trevor's tent. They argue, because he obviously isn't 8, and his name isn't Angus. To make her go away, because he thinks she's crazy, he gives her a rock and tells her that the tooth is inside of it. So she goes back to Nether-Netherland and turns it in. Then gets arrested for trying to pass a rock off as a tooth. She's sent back to get the real tooth, and ends up using a Himalayan Lust Charm on Trevor, which makes then rip off their clothes and have wild sex in his office. Afterwards she steals every tooth in his lab, figuring that one of the
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