An old and deadly enemy.
A danger reaching beyond life's boundaries.
A love destined for all eternity...
A silent killer sweeps humanity, consuming its life force, threatening an eternal reign of darkness. After narrowly escaping this shadowy force in the highlands of Scotland, New York psychiatrist Sara Forrester is tasked with finding the second key of life--by unlocking the riddles of Mayan myth in the shrouded depths of the Yucatan jungle. As Sara and her team are plunged into a history rooted in magic and mystery, they struggle to find light in the darkest corners of the unfamiliar. At risk are the billions of lives on Earth and a future Sara longs to keep with the man she bonded with before either were ever born.
But when age-old myths of a lost civilization come to life, Sara suspects the very Order she serves might have other intentions--using her to achieve a separate and malevolent purpose. She's vowed that no matter who or what might be working against her and the immortals, nothing will stand in the way of achieving her vital goal.
"A zealous, entertaining entry in a fantasy saga with a determined heroine." --Kirkus Reviews
"...imaginative and very well written. I was amazed at the details the author included in describing everything in a way that did not weigh down the novel, but allowed the reader to delve further into the story and imagine themselves alongside the main character, Sara Forrester..." -Amazon Review
"...The background of the Yucatan wilderness and Mayan temples, gods and powers beyond our comprehension... all of the details are incredibly rich, as is the ongoing character development. We see Sarah continue to grow into herself as an unexpected heroine, and she is blossoming into a powerful leader who just might be able to hold the shadows at bay..." -Amazon Review
"...an extremely imaginative and exciting story which keeps you on the edge of your seat. The magic quotient is high and the story keeps taking an unexpected turn thereby keeping the mystery alive while not allowing the story to fall into a predictable pit..." -Net Galley