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Wrath of Aphrodite

Chappas, Bess T

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ISBN 10: 1478746432 / ISBN 13: 9781478746430
Published by Outskirts Press, 2015
Condition: Collectible: Like New Soft cover
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Title: Wrath of Aphrodite

Publisher: Outskirts Press

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Collectible: Like New

Signed: Signed flat

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A love-struck and vengeful marble statue of Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love, becomes the third party in a love triangle in hot and sultry Savannah, GA in the 1970s. Michael Andrews, a gorgeous but troubled young Greek man, is on the run, fleeing Las Vegas pursued by a violent mobster. He seeks refuge with his godfather, Pinkie Masters - modeled on a real-life almost legendary Savannah figure. From there, Michael's southern sojourn includes an encounter with a powerful politician, who has unusual marriage plans for his beautiful daughter, Stephanie, and a mysterious sexual experience with a dangerous sculpture in the senator's garden. Maggie, the senator's housekeeper and granddaughter of a Gullah medicine woman, believes the statue is evil and becomes Michael's unlikely ally. Michael searches for history of the statue he admires and fears, and is led to an old Gullah settlement in the South Carolina low country, and to St. Augustine, FL, for a possible connection to a little known group of European settlers near New Smyrna established in 1767. Can he find a way to destroy the statue before he loses Stephanie's love and the surprisingly happy life he has discovered in Savannah?

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