Gaia’s Oath by Elin Peer & Pearl Beacon is now live!
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How do you hide your powers and pretend to be human when your anger alone makes the windows freeze over?
Thousands of years ago when humans still lived in caves, Gaia took an oath to keep humans connected to nature. At the time it seemed like an easy promise to make but much has changed. Desperate to get humans back on track, Gaia goes down to earth and enrolls at a Scottish boarding school where four old souls have the potential to become historical change-makers.
How will Gaia react when one of them turns out to be a soulmate from a previous life with whom she has unfinished business? Can she steady her heart and keep her focus? If she doesn’t get these four flawed human beings to step up and share their talents, will she run out of what little patience she has left and accidentally unleash another Ice Age?
Gaia’s Oath is the second installment in the thought-provoking trilogy called Ancient Souls. It’s written by Elin Peer and Pearl Beacon, the mother/daughter team behind several best-selling series such as Men of the North and Clashing Colors.
About the Author:
With a back ground in life coaching, Elin is easy to talk to.
Her fans rave about her unique writing style that has subtle elements of coaching mixed into fictional love stories with happy endings.
Elin is curious by nature. She likes to explore and can tell you about riding elephants through the Asian jungle, watching the sunset in the Sahara Desert from the back of a camel, sailing down the Nile in Egypt, kayaking in Alaska, river rafting in Indonesia, and flying over Greenland in a helicopter.
After traveling the world and living in different countries, Elin recently moved back to her home country Denmark after spending ten years in Seattle, USA.
She now lives in a cozy, yellow, witch’s cottage where she writes books with her talented daughter Pearl Beacon.
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