The Walk of Shadows
Allesia Caine has been running from her destiny for a long time. Now she’s in hiding as an English teacher at an old school in the middle of the British countryside.
But time has run out and destiny has caught up with her.
Aided by a trickster and a grave keeper, Caine must face the dark secrets of her family’s past and fight to ensure she has any kind of future.
THE CHARCOAL CROWN
Wyrtham Academy’s headteacher has gone missing, and that spells trouble for Allesia Caine.
As she races to discover all she can about the disappearance, she is thrown into a hunt for a mysterious artefact capable of rewriting a person’s fate.
Who wants it, and to what end? More importantly, can it change the course her ignorance has set her upon?
RIVERS OF INK
The plan was for Loki to bury her dad’s head in a lake of fire. Apparently the plan hadn’t worked.
When an Asgardian god turns up on her doorstep, demanding to know what has become of his kin, Allesia Caine has to pull out all the stops to find out what trouble the Trickster has gotten himself into.
But to find him, she has to wade through rivers of ink…
ADDICTED TO LOVE
Valentine’s Day approaches, and Allesia Caine hasn’t got a stitch to wear.
While on the hunt for something suitable, Caine and Nevermore get involved in someone else’s hunt: with deadly consequences.
SHADOWS IN TIME
When a school trip to London goes very wrong, events from her forgotten past intrude violently into her present, and Allesia Caine finds herself dangerously entangled in family matters once again.
Betrayed and injured, can Caine fix a mistake before her past and everything she holds dear become nothing more than shadows in time…
QUEEN OF AIR AND DARKNESS
Allesia Caine has been many things over the centuries. ‘Lucky’ isn’t one of them.
With her uncle trapped in crystal, her father skulking in the shadows, and the threat of ancient Things lurking at the back of her mind, Allesia Caine can no longer run.
When a mysterious voice starts whispering her name, and the moon fills the sky, it’s time for her to take a stand.
It might be her last.