Happiest in a mobile office, typically out in nature and near the sea, characters come to life. Below are links to Aleka’s latest works. Scroll down the page and click on titles or covers for a preview. Be ready to pack that suitcase!
A Knight In Greece Lovers, born centuries apart, are still lovers meant to betogether. Nature has a way of correcting all things. Faith is the key. An uncharacteristic storm catapults Effie Genes to the night medieval Rhodes fell into the Ottoman hands. Pulled onto Lord Kavin’s stallion, the modern day Effie experiences the war and degrading occupation of her birthplace, as passion and danger dictate the fate of lovers born five hundred years apart. Lord Kavin risks his life to keep Effie out of a Sultanzada’s bed and claim her as his own. But once he has her in his arms, will he need to release her in order to save her?
Bought His Life by Aleka Nakis and Tia Fanning Captain Jack Carter and OSS Agent Lawson Grey’s plane catches on fire, their co-pilot is lost, and instead of going back in time to assassinate Adolf Hitler, Jack and Lawson are thrust forward and stranded in the year 2015. Just when they thought their failure couldn’t get any worse, they helplessly watch as two beautiful women purchase their hope for a return to 1944.
Emily and Kimberleigh Mitchell are having a great morning. An estate sale of a deceased Navy admiral allows the women to find and purchase some interesting WWII era memorabilia. Unbeknownst to the ladies, they buy the personal possessions of two time-stranded men…the only link to these men’s past lives, their secret mission, and the only material left to prove their identities. Retrieving these important items from Emily and Kimber is Jack and Lawson’s new mission, and a mission they are determined to complete.
Dante’s Deal Two months before her twenty-third birthday, Sapphyra Morelli pumps herself up with confidence and corporate bravado and storms into her husband’s conference room a changed woman. In spite of all her preparations, pride blinds her to the truth about the relationship she shares with Dante Morelli, and she cannot recognize that the life she craves is already her own.
Dante headquarters his business in the shady alleys of Naples, lives in the picturesque seaside of Positano, and keeps his wife on the busy avenues of New York City. Sapphyra is the young wife who he has been responsible for and whom he’s held at arm’s length, waiting for her to mature into a woman who knows her own mind and heart.
As obligated by the contract, Dante accepts her in the boardroom as an equal. Battling between the carnal need for his wife and the promise he’d made to her dying father to take care of her like he would his own sister, he decides he’s entitled to Sapphy—at least for the two months remaining in their marriage contract. Because of his insistence that Sapphy stand beside him as his wife, the plan to be a real business partner expands to winning her husband’s heart and body.