Gaia's Guardian

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Gaia's Guardian is the sequel to Artemisian Artist. These are contemporary stories dedicated to the spiritual energy these Goddesses can bring to our lives. In this second book, Gerry takes up the narration. Six months into their relationship, two women begin to realize how little they know about each other. They begin the task of finding and establishing common ground. When an assassin's bullet shatters their world, Liz and Gerry find themselves drawn together in an even deeper way. As they try to put their ...
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Overview

Gaia's Guardian is the sequel to Artemisian Artist. These are contemporary stories dedicated to the spiritual energy these Goddesses can bring to our lives. In this second book, Gerry takes up the narration. Six months into their relationship, two women begin to realize how little they know about each other. They begin the task of finding and establishing common ground. When an assassin's bullet shatters their world, Liz and Gerry find themselves drawn together in an even deeper way. As they try to put their lives back together, they receive other life-changing news. Liz's mother, who has been missing for more than a decade, has been found.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438295435
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/24/2009
  • Pages: 266
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Beth Mitchum is currently living in Central Florida. She lived in the Seattle area from 1993 to 2010. When she moved there, she was able to say, for the first time in her life, that she felt at home. Although she has lived in multiple places all around the Seattle area, her favorite nesting spot was on the Kitsap Peninsula, where she has been able to enjoy waterfront living and bald eagle watching for most of the time she lived there. Before moving to Seattle, she spent eight years in the Asheville, North Carolina area, a place of great beauty and folk art culture. The thing she misses most about living there is the great community of lesbians. You could walk into Malaprop's (a most excellent bookstore) in downtown Asheville and be guaranteed to run into several lesbians, many of whom she’d already know. Before moving to North Carolina in 1985, she lived in Lakeland, Florida, where she attended college, landed her first great job, and found the first of many really cool living spaces. Beth grew up in Winter Park, Florida, a European-style city in the heart of Central Florida.

Follow Beth’s work and life at BethMitchum.com and SlicesOfMyLife.net. All of her books are available at Amazon.com, CreateSpace.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and bethmitchum.com, where you can order autographed and personalized copies online bookseller, . You can also write to the author at the above email address.
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  • Posted December 23, 2011

    Highly Recommended book - spend a winter day with Gaia

    This book is the second in a great series by Beth Mitchum. Officer Gaia and her girlfriend Liz take you through a walk in their young relationship while dealing with an unpredictable fear. Through it all they are able to grow and learn about each other along the way. I don't want to spoil this great read for you. Read it for yourself!

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