The Path of Lord Jaguar by Margaret Donnelly

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A sacred altar dedicated to Lord Jaguar in Chichen Itza protects the people of the Americas. According to the ancients, Lord Jaguar protects the path of life, or kuxan sum, so that the hemisphere will survive cataclysms that will soon befall the earth. Only a few are aware that the path gives instructions to those who will listen.

In a dream, Pablo Balam is told that he must strengthen the path. To complete this task, he must build nine gardens that represent the nine Maya Underworlds in the fabulously wealthy estate for which he works. He's helped by Kemi. Not only do they share an intense physical connection, they also share a spiritual relationship grounded on their ancient religions. He's a Maya prayer man. She's a Nigerian priestess. Together, they must build the ninth garden before 2012 to repair the road that leads to the salvation of millions of people. Their quest, however, pushes them into a confrontation with evil that must be conquered at all cost.
 

About Margaret Donnelly

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After a childhood in Venezuela, the author moved to the United States and created a successful career as a lawyer in the field of international and immigration law. She received her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Universtiy of Texas at Austin, and her undergraduate degree from the prestigious Institute of Latin American Studies at U.T./Austin. Today, she divides her time between her law practice, writing, and civic/community projects. Royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Institue of Indigenous Studies of Texas.
 
Published July 10, 2012 by Margaret Donnelly. 257 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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