Higher Love

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Beth Mitchum, Nov 15, 2008 - Fiction - 216 pages
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..".I do believe in you, Ricky... It's something that comes so easily to me." "As though you've done it before?" "Exactly. You know, part of me is interested in learning more about my past lives, while another part of me is afraid how that will affect the choices I make in this life." "Like having to decide whether to love me?" Lingering memories of their past life together leads a young couple to hunt for clues to explain the deep connection between them. When darkness cuts off their search and threatens to consume their souls, love and light find a way to unite them again. Ricky Boston is a budding young artist on his way to art school and a future illustrating fantasy novels when his life and that of his fiance is cut short in a senseless act of violence and depravity. Blinded by the need to right the wrongs of the past, Ricky's reincarnated soul battles recurring nightmares and feelings of grief and despair, until peace arrives at last in a most ironic and unexpected way."
 

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
12
Section 3
25
Section 4
48
Section 5
60
Section 6
71
Section 7
77
Section 8
84
Section 13
134
Section 14
143
Section 15
151
Section 16
161
Section 17
178
Section 18
185
Section 19
193
Section 20
200

Section 9
95
Section 10
104
Section 11
116
Section 12
127
Section 21
211
Section 22
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Beth Mitchum is an author, singer/songwriter, poet, artist, editor, and publisher. The overriding theme of all the hats she wears is creation. She has been a singer/songwriter and guitarist since she was twelve. She has released one music CD (Driftwood: The Music), which is a companion to her novel, Driftwood. She has had several other novels published, including, Artemisian Artist and Gaia's Guardian, the first two books in the Goddess series, which is about women's empowerment. She has also published Higher Love, a stand alone novel. Poetry came later in high school, but not in earnest until her early thirties. Her poetry collection is entitled, bethwor(l)ds: 20 years of poetry. She is working on several more stand alone novels: Naked on the Beach, If Wishes were Horses, and The Diary of Allie Katz, a re-working of her masters project at UNC-Asheville, as well as Demeter's Daughter, the third book in the Goddess series. The author grew up in Winter Park, Florida, but has been residing in the Seattle area since 1993. She lives with her four cats, who keep her entertained while she works at home.

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