The town of Burghville is a peaceful place of backyard cookouts, quiet neighborhoods, Memorial Day parades, and rummage sales. But one Spring something new arrives, an invasive species of a sort no one could have imagined: a marauding band of mischievous and magical Scottish wee folk, foot-high anarchists with a taste for grass-root tea, front yard bonfires... and absolutely no respect for business as usual.
To young and sexy clairvoyant Helen Keller, the wee folk are nothing less than a glimpse into the very magic and wisdom of the earth itself. To Dick Dick Buckthorn, Burghville's wealthiest and most powerful citizen, they are the enemy of everything good and pure in America. And to still others, the playful little creatures are catalysts to a personal growth and change so profound nothing will ever be the same again.
In this sometimes rollicking, sometimes poignant, frequently bawdy tale, Todd Michael Cox reminds us that love, in a time of wee folk or otherwise, is positively magical.