Set in the contemporary United States this is a story of friendship and love. Circumstances have made it difficult the twelve year olds, Patty Nolan and Mike Parsons, to have good friends until they meet each other. Everything is going fine until Aunt Meg invites Mike out to dinner with Patty and herself. The problem? Aunt Meg doesn’t think boys are suitable company for her young niece, and with her poor eyesight she has been tricked into believing Mike is Michelle…
Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: It's All New - Again! - [Comments - 2] - (5152 words)
- Chapter 2: A Night On The Town - [Comments - 0] - (9519 words)
- Chapter 3: Some Moms Are Great - [Comments - 5] - (3407 words)
- Chapter 4: A Most Curious Arrangement - [Comments - 1] - (2471 words)
- Chapter 5: Walking In Anotherís Shoes - [Comments - 8] - (4868 words)
- Chapter 6: A Closer Look At Roger - [Comments - 0] - (1515 words)
- Chapter 7: Pirates? Ghosts? Or What? - [Comments - 1] - (4916 words)
- Chapter 8: More Than A Little Evil - [Comments - 5] - (8680 words)
Story Attributes: Caught With Consequences, Consensual Change, Petticoats/Crinolines, School Girl/Girl's School, Sweet and Sentimental, Temporary Change
Story Era: 4 - Modern Times (1951-2020)
Story Warnings: Contains Violence References
Chapters: 8 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 40528 Read Count: 55241
Copyright © 2000 by Constance Grant, Manasquan, NJ, all rights reserved
My heartfelt thanks goes to the real Teddi Sue for translating my English into Standard English, and most of all – for being a great friend. And to July Bristow for keeping us both honest.
This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons or events is unintended.
This episode (and eventual series) deals with two twelve-year-old children as they mature. A major sub-plot involves cross-dressing – at times, the young hero becomes an apparent heroine, and the young heroine becomes an apparent hero. There are no sexually explicit situations herein, and my intent was to make this story no more salacious than a PG movie. There is more (non-graphic) violence than I prefer, and the kids must deal with the criminals and the results of crime, but unfortunately, all of that is a fact of life in this time and place. A few miles from where these privileged kids live, truly terrible conditions prevail for many. If such material upsets you, or if it’s illegal for you to read this - DON’T.