The Good Fairies of New York Characters

Martin Millar
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Heather MacKintosh

Heather MacKintosh is a fairy from Scotland. After cutting blankets from a sacred banner, Heather was forced out of Scotland and began wandering the English countryside looking for a place where she might fit in. Along with her good friend, Morag, Heather wants to form a punk rock band. However, since she and Morag cannot decide who the best fiddle player is, among the many other things they fight over, they have never been successful in forming a band. One night, while drinking with friends, Heather and Morag became so drunk that they end up on a plane to New York City. Heather wakes just before crashing into the apartment of Dinnie MacKintosh, a human who is less than happy to have Heather and Morag in his house.

Heather and Morag have a fight, causing Morag to abandon Heather in Dinnie's apartment. Out of a sense of...

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