Bad hair Day Everyday Book Two by Amy Mah




by Amy Mah

A Bad Hair Day (Everyday)

A Funny and Unique take on Male to Female body changing, Age Regression. Alien possession and School work Starting High School with a hair style that can kill.

But having living hair is nothing compared to the day to day problems of being host to an alien parasite.

Excerpt:... Mistakenly making herself home for an Alien Parasite was not as bad as it sounded or so the voices in her head told her, She was of course too old to have invisible friends, so she had put the voices down to just being mad and normally simply tried to ignore them. Now her hair was a completely different matter as if ignored then it became unmanageable. Looking in the bathroom mirror, what she saw was a naked but well-formed, lightly tanned body. Using two hands, she pushed her breasts up and smiled at the result. Firm-breasted and with an air of someone who looked after her figure, she was "Hot": shoulder-length natural (or maybe supernatural) blonde Hair had a cute fringe that curled down one side of her face. As she watched, the fringe began to braid itself until it looked more like a snake than a cute hairstyle, and the rest of the Hair had now decided to form a tight bun on the top of her head.She knew it was normal for a girl to worry about her hair, but that was as far as normal went; her personal worry was how to explain to the police about the bodies if she forgot to feed it again, and it would get in a bad mood and kill someone. She had heard of other people having uncontrollable hair, but she was sure that they did not mean it in quite the same way.

A Bad Hair Day (Everyday) Book 2 Continuing the stress of starting High School with a hair style that can kill. But having living hair is nothing compared to the day to day problems of being host to an alien parasite. A unique and sometimes very funny take on Male to Female body changing, Gender Bender, Age Regression. Alien possession and School work. .......

Excerpt: ......School and the Art of War ........The Coach had them all stay late, and Abbey thought that no one could have assembled an odder group of students if they had tried.First was Sue. She was a large girl, but not in a fat way, as she was an ex-ice-hockey player who apparently had been thrown off the girl's team for excess violence to other players, including those on her own team. In its infinite wisdom, the school had enrolled her in an anger-management course, which included martial arts training. She could now do things with a quarterstaff that ruled her out of ever being allowed to join a hockey team-or, in fact, any team sport. Abbey expected firearms training would be next on the anger-management list! Next was Jilly Tan. She was Oriental and was even shorter than Abbey but made up for it by having a massive ego. She must have had a private trainer since she was born, and she was good at everything connected to fighting: not just good, but outstandingly good, and she knew it. If her father hadn't had plans for her to take over the family business, she could have easily turned professional. Abbey couldn't help but wonder what type of city finance business they had that required martial arts training. Third, of course, was Zoe the love of her life, who had only joined to be close to her. But she was getting better all the time, if you could call the love of using fighting batons or anything hard she could hit people with a character-building trait. Zoe looked soft and gentle but was a lot tougher than she looked.

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