Gaia

Gaia

by Monica La Porta
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Gaia by Monica La Porta

While vacationing in Greece, Gaia locks eyes with a stranger, twice. Two years later, back in Rome, she should be enjoying college life; instead, the memories of his lapis lazuli eyes and Mona Lisa smile still haunt her. Gaia longs to meet him again and unwittingly sabotages her romantic life by refusing to move on. Only her anthropological studies about the mysterious Etruscans make her feel alive. A chance to breathe new air is presented to her when she wins a full scholarship to study abroad at the University of Washington. In rainy Seattle, Gaia finally meets the man of her dreams, but he proves to be... otherworldly. Meanwhile, in her field of studies, what starts as an interesting archeological finding about a six-fingered human image, soon evolves into the discovery of the millennium, but not where Earth is concerned. Although Gaia is a companion novel of Elios, you can read these in either order. They are both stand-alone stories from different points of view. You met Gaia and Elios in his book; now hear her story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781939843111
Publisher: Monica La Porta
Publication date: 12/01/2013
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Gaia 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
AnyTime_ReaderSF More than 1 year ago
This story surrounds a girl who felt a man not once but twice in a city while on vacation. Now 2 years later she feels him again and this time speaks to him but he does not let her get close to him or touch him. This is a story that is good but I had a hard time getting attached to the characters. In a way it was a little too over my head kind of a story for me to grasp.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gaia and Uranus (Can't say that name or Ouranous without someone snickering) are from Greek myths, though, sorry, Gaia is Greek and Uranus is Roman. Ouranous is Uranus, Greek. And Gaia love/hates Uranus/Ouranous, not like bro/sis type of stuff. She had kids with him. Ugly kids. O.o Who wanted to take over the world. Sorry. Rambling. #MythologyNerd
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One thing that dawn didnt know is that even before i could change forms to a form that its each element. Air, Earth, Water, Fire, Darkness, Light, Sky, ect. Just so you know. Just pls let me be in it