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Doorway of the Triquetra [NOOK Book]

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On the misty streets of Saint Louis, late at one night, Mira spots something she could not possibly be seeing on these city streets, unless the zoo has lost a large black cat, a jaguar to be exact. When she peeks to see if the cat has come after her, an old woman stands before her, long, black hair, threaded with black fur, and shot through with silver, falls down the old woman's back. She cannot get a sense of her age. Mira senses the jaguar she'd spotted, only moments before, in the movements of this old woman ...

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On the misty streets of Saint Louis, late at one night, Mira spots something she could not possibly be seeing on these city streets, unless the zoo has lost a large black cat, a jaguar to be exact. When she peeks to see if the cat has come after her, an old woman stands before her, long, black hair, threaded with black fur, and shot through with silver, falls down the old woman's back. She cannot get a sense of her age. Mira senses the jaguar she'd spotted, only moments before, in the movements of this old woman before her. One moment, she appears very old, the next, strong and supple. Her eyes have a strange mixture of yellow-gold, and dark gray. She hands Mira a large, silver disk. Mira looks down at the ancient disk, to find she is holding some kind of medallion, engraved with Hebrew lettering, and when she looks up, the old woman is gone.

The answers to the medallion lead her on a journey to find the Doorway of the Triquerta and revelations of her kin, the Jaguar people, the ancient shapeshifters. Before the doorway stands an old dragon. He is the keeper of the doorway. Once the doorway is open, she can see across the veil. There is no turning back. There is no shutting the door, once it's opened. Mira must find a way to go through the doorway. She is kin to the Jaguar People. She must walk the dangerous path of the Way of the Stone and live to write the book, a key to those who can perceive that which they cannot see. But she must journey into the underworld and learn ancient mysteries to be the living key--and there are those who do not want this book written--and will do anything to stop her.
The old woman's words lead Mira to Denver, Colorado where she finds herself at a huge, gothic mansion and meets a handsome man, by the name of Micah, who shows her how the paths she has taken, in her past lives, have led her to this place, now, in her current life. She must learn to integrate her past lives to succeed in taking her rightful place as the next Jaguar Witch to walk the Way of the Stone. Mira also meets a man in silver and white, named Lucius, and two other men, named Roman and Caesar, named after the lifetimes they had led in Rome. These four men have come to awaken her, to help her remember her past lives, and the part they will play now.
Mira must come into her next power to stop forces, who will do anything to stop her. The old woman comes to her, again, and teaches her the magic of shape-shifting. She is part of an ancient clan of shape-shifters, the Jaguar People. Magic presses in on her everywhere. She must fight old fears, taught to her by the church, and remember knowledge of things she does not want to remember, things that will bring back an evil sorcerer, who has destroyed her before. Forces of chaos press in on her. Behind every corner hides another attempt on her life, and she does not know what power lies waiting to destroy her, in this lifetime, too, if she should fail, yet again. Not everything is as it seems.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011383298
  • Publisher: Triquetra Press Publications
  • Publication date: 6/12/2011
  • Series: Children of Atlantis , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 290,298
  • File size: 303 KB

Meet the Author

Lenore Wolfe writes dark fantasy, and paranormal & historical romance.

Lenore grew up in Montana, where her great-grandmother and father taught her about the real Old West—and Alaska, where she fell in love with the wild beauty of the Last Frontier. She currently lives in central US, where she finds that each day holds a lesson in the value and history of those who have walked before us—and what we can learn from their experiences while walking on our own unique path. Lenora holds a BA in Sociology with a minor in writing from the University of Northern Colorado. She is a student of earth based and Shamanic Studies.


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http://herbrokenwingscouldfly.blogspot.com

Lenore Wolfe writes for Ruby Lioness Press and Triquetra Press
http://rubylionesspress.com
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  • Posted July 25, 2011

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    Important ideas, interesting story - needs polishing

    Mira has always felt like she doesn't quite fit, and has always had a feeling like something is missing that should be there in her life. Then one night a mysterious old woman gives her a medallion and tells her that she must go to Denver, where she will find the four who will help her find the answers to all her questions. At first reluctant, she decides (after much prompting by her best friend) to take the journey - and discovers a whole new world. Mira is a Jaguar witch, one of an ancient bloodline, and she also learns that among her seven past lives she has been killed over and over by an evil sorcerer named Xavier Dubioux (or maybe Dubious - it is spelled both ways in the text) - and that in this life, she must stop him before he finally destroys the world.

    Filled with mysticism, shamanic journeys and interaction with the Fae, this is a book with enormously important work with a lot of potential for helping the readers to achieve a higher level of consciousness, despite the fact that it is fiction - or fantasy. The story itself is fascinating, and the idea powerful. However, I have had to knock off a star because the author is in desperate need of an editor. The first third of the book is choppy and disjointed, and rife with misspellings and grammatical mistakes. If you are able and willing to look past that, those interested in mysticism, shamanism, the Fae and achieving a higher consciousness through understanding their past lives should all enjoy this story. Readers who enjoy an interesting fantasy story will also find much to appreciate in this book, which is the first book in a trilogy. If you enjoy the author's writing and ideas, she has several other books coming out within the next couple of years, so keep an eye open for them.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 19, 2011

    URBAN FANTASY WITH A BIT OF PARANORMAL....

    DOORWAY OF THE TRIQUETRA:CHILDREN OF THE ATLANTIS SERIES by Lenore Wolfe is an interesting urban fantasy with a bit of paranormal romance. It has mysticism,shaman,the Fae,a medallion,.Starbourne,master Illusionst,shifter,Jaquar shifter,witch,ancient bloodlines,zombies,soul thief,Queen of Darkness,mystery,Atlantis with a bit of King Arthur and a few hot,steamy sex scenes. It is a fast paced story of Mira,and four immortal men she was connected to in her past lives. Any urban fantasy,paranormal,readers who enjoy the supernatural will enjoy this read. Received for review from the author and Library Thing. Details can be found at Triquetra Press Publications and My Book Addictiction Reviews.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    recommend

    This was about a women named Mira that discovers her past lives and the men that she loved are still alive and her soul mate Micah, Great fantasy read and I look forward to reading other books in this series.
    Leonore Wolfe takes you on a great adventure.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2012

    Good story

    Writing is good tho a jittle wordy
    I want to read more

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    Slow

    It was so slow moving and wordy that I couldnt enjoy it. Didnt finish it.
    Mmad Cricket

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2012

    Loved it!

    I loved this book. At the beging when she met all of her past lovers i wanted to know who she would pick. I think this was a great good. ;-)

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2012

    Ok

    it was ok

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 17, 2012

    I need to find something nice to say about Doorway

    Great Cover!

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