I was born in Montreal, Canada, to Greek parents who loved to indulge me with tales of mythology and history. I draw inspiration from their stories and combine them with my love of the paranormal. The tales I tell are from the heart, personal to me, and my characters hopefully come alive for you.
My first novel, Elements, was published in March 2017 to great reviews. Three books later, The Crystal Series trilogy is complete. In 2017, I also developed, wrote, and published a new continuing series by adding new characters and developing the world of The Crystal Series further. This new series, The Eleanor Stone Collection, has one book published under the name Sudden Shock.
I still live in Montreal with my husband and can’t imagine anywhere else that I would make my home. In between our travels, I am writing, reading, bingeing my favorite shows, hitting the movie theatre for anything fantasy or sci-fi or entertaining for friends and family.
“What would you do if you suddenly discovered that nothing about life was as you thought it was and all your choices seem to have been made for you centuries before you were born? That’s the reality young Alexa faces, and how well she copes will determine the fate of her world and that of the preternatural. Now, if only someone would explain what is going on!”
For eighteen-year-old Alexa finding a place to put down roots after being forced into a nomadic life by her paranoid mother was not as simple as she had believed. Her attempt to settle down in the coastal town of Beverly comes to an abrupt halt. Within months an explosion levels her apartment building, and all her preconceived ideas of her world come to an end.
Now on the run, Alexa can only follow Bet, her roommate, into the unknown, where the worlds of the Sidhe race of faeries, warlocks, daemons, and shadows, threaten her very existence.
Pulled into a prophecy that she together with Aidan, the Sidhe Prince, would right their worlds, Alexa finds herself fighting against the prophecy’s telling of her being bound to Aidan. What makes it worse is her increasing attachment to his brother Liam.
With her destiny set centuries ago, can she save their worlds in time, does she have a choice in whom to love, or will choosing her own path lead to their destruction?