Tag: Witchcraft

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

Without fanfare, he simply vanished before my eyes. The red aura that had surrounded him faded, the people around me started to move. The image that he planted in my head pushed to the forefront of my mind. How was I to maneuver it…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

  It was in this state that Elron and Tory found us. Their appearance came seconds after Meredith had departed. I was still recovering on the ground, Liam supporting me, and everyone was speechless. Bet immediately ran to Elron, jumping into his waiting arms….

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

“It’s time.” I heard Bet call out to us. Liam’s arms tightened around me. His fear was about more than something happening to me in the past. It might be the last time we had alone together. What the future held for us was…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

“I have to stay. My son needs me. Elsam already suspects us, but he won’t harm us. He needs my son and for that he can’t hurt me. Tell Eliana that Elsam has Aidan. I don’t know where he is keeping him. I will…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

Grabbed from behind, hauled to their feet, they were both propelled towards the stairs at the far end of the room. Thalia kept her eyes on Bet, who was roughly picked up by another guard. Not caring how he handled her, he half-dragged her…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

On the ridge, high above the seashore, Elron waited, his eyes fastened on a small craft as it bobbed its way towards land. Breaking waves marked its advance, as it rapidly sped towards him. Every now and then it dropped out of sight when…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

“Dad, why are we so messed up? We have got to be the most dysfunctional family around.” Bet remarked. Asher laughed at her description. In more ways than one, she was right. Their family was messed up, but there was also a lot of…

Excerpt from Venture by Nia Markos

Was it less than three months ago my existence had altered? So much had happened, I was struggling to accept what my life had become. Living in fear of shadows, the constant, never-ending upheavals, made me long for my previous ignorance of what I…