“Fairies need not apply.”
Denny Parker has seen that sign in the windows of far too many shops. But if he can’t find steady work, his drunk of a father will throw him out on the street. And now he has Pretty to think of, too. Without her father’s pay, she and her family are barely scraping by. Denny wants to support her and build a future with her, but he can’t stomach the thought of returning to work at the factory where his brother died. He’s running out of options, and he’ll need to do something desperate to find his place in the world.