Born of Water (Elemental Origins #1)
Everything you thought you knew about mermaids is wrong.
Life for a small-town high school kid in Saltford should be simple and straightforward – for 17-year-old Targa MacAuley, it’s anything but. Navigating life with a supernatural mother is tricky enough, but dealing with the feelings of guilt that she’s never been able to ‘change’, and confusion that she doesn’t seem to be attracted to boys (or girls for that matter), Targa feels like she’s got more demons than the average kid.
When the opportunity to salvage a mysterious wreck in the Baltic arises for her mom, a professional salvage diver by day, Targa jumps at the chance to go abroad for the summer. But it’s when she meets Antoni Baranek, and a boating accident puts them both in danger, that Targa’s world turns completely inside out in more ways than one.
Born of Fire (Elemental Origins #2)
What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger. Right?
Saxony Cagney counts herself lucky when she wins a position as an au pair in Venice for the summer. It’s her responsibility to take care of two young boys – speak to them in English, make sure they get to their swimming lessons on time. Piece of cake, right? She unexpectedly forms a strong bond with the youngest, Isaia, although its a mystery why. She also meets two Italian men… both are smart, successful, sexy. So far things are going her way. Who doesn’t like options?
When she discovers that Isaia is actually dying, and his mom is trying to keep it a secret from his dad, things get a violent shove into complicated…and then contagious. She’ll never be the same again. Just when she’s got more on her plate than she can handle, she accidentally gets tangled up with the most powerful crime family in Venezia.
Born of Earth (Elemental Origins #3)
17-year-old Georjayna Sutherland isn’t exactly thrilled about going to Ireland to live with her aunt for the summer, and even less thrilled when her adopted cousin Jasher (cute though he may be) turns out to be as friendly as a nest of vipers. But at least it gets her out of Saltford and away from her neglectful mother, Liz.
When Georjie unearths Jasher’s terrifying secret, and things she never knew about her own family begin to come to light; a heartbroken woman who disappeared without a trace, a desiccated body, and strange cocoons hanging in the greenhouse, she finds herself embroiled in a mystery that involves the very power of nature itself.
But it’s when Georjayna herself begins to change in new and powerful ways she doesn’t understand that she realizes…
…things have gotten personal.
Born of Aether (Elemental Origins #4)
They say if you tell a lie long enough, you’ll eventually believe it, but Akiko will never forget who she really is.
Akiko Susumu is not what she seems. Her life as a normal teen living in a coastal Canadian town is a complete sham. The old man she lives with is not her grandfather, he’s her captor. And Akiko isn’t a teen. In fact, she isn’t even human.
But Akiko isn’t allowed to share the reality of her true nature with a single soul. Not even her three best friends know of the power she could wield, given the chance.
So, when she’s sent back to her homeland to steal an ancient samurai sword, she jumps at the chance to secure her freedom. Only to get caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the most dangerous crime syndicate in Japan.
Can Akiko escape with her life and her soul, or is true freedom as elusive as the Aether she was born from?
Born of Air (Elemental Origins #5)
She is not what you are expecting. She’s not what they are expecting either.
All Petra Kara wants in life is to study Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. And she’s close, so close. She’s got the grades, she’s got the ambition. All she needs now is an outrageous sum of money, and experience on a serious archaeological excavation for her volunteer credits.
If only she could find a way to get rid of her annoying low-grade telepathy. There’s nothing Petra hates more than a cheat and a liar, and its too easy to cheat when you can read people’s minds.
When Petra spies an ad for a volunteer position on an excavation to North Africa, she knows its meant for her.
But there is more waiting for her in Libya than broken pottery and human remains.
When Petra finds herself in an ancient cave-system with strange stones embedded in the walls and a petroglyph of a figure of power, her life changes forever. As her powers manifest, there are those in their own positions of power who think they have reason to destroy her.
Petra knows she is far more than gales of wind. But will she survive long enough to learn who she is and what she’s really capable of?