Author of Young Adult/New Adult Paranormal/Fantasy

​​​​​Nia Markos

Aidan has lost his will to live. Held prisoner by Elsam for months, he waits to finally be free. Only death can end his suffering. With Alexa presumed dead, Liam is forced to face a harsh reality. He has betrayed the one woman he truly loved. As our heroes band together, the final stage is set. Will the prophecy be fulfilled or will they face destruction?

​​​Alexa is discovering that her whole life has been a lie. As her nineteenth birthday approaches, her true identity is revealed. The incredible world of witchcraft and Otherworlds come to light. Pulled into a prophecy centuries old, her existence takes a turn for the surreal. As well as having to save all worlds, the choice of who to love is presumably not hers.
Unknowingly drawn into a union with Aidan, the prince of Eruva, Alexa cannot help but be attracted to his younger, carefree brother Liam.
With her destiny set centuries ago, can she save the worlds by forging her own path, or is she fighting the inevitable in love and destruction. 

Cover design by: Cynthia Amato
Copyright: Casther
Editor: Jacqueline Snider



Liam is injured, Aidan is missing and Alexa is alone. Continuing on her search for the Kaemorra, Alexa must push aside everything else and concentrate only on her mission. It becomes impossible to ignore what she must do, who to trust with her heart. Fearing her life was never her own, the ache she experiences over the absence of one of the brothers forces her to come to a realization . 

Perils, dangers await her at every turn. In order to save the one she loves, she may have to forfeit her own life. Just when it seems she has the upper hand, her actions have the most unfortunate results.

Book 3 of The Crystal Series - 10 September 2017


Book 2 of The Crystal Series - 5 June 2017

Book 1 of The Crystal Series - 10 March 2017

Cover design by: Cynthia Amato
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Editor: Jacqueline Snider

Cover design by: Cynthia Amato

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Editor: Jacqueline Snider