Healer's Touch

Healer's Touch

by Deb E. Howell
Healer's Touch

Healer's Touch

by Deb E. Howell

Paperback(3rd Edition)

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The Young Riders meet The Vampire Diaries in this tale of brother versus brother and blood-magic set in a gaslamp fantasy world. Book 1 in the Deadly Touch Trilogy.

Llew has a gift. Her body heals itself from any injury, at a cost to anyone nearby. Llew's father disappeared when she was eleven, leaving her orphaned, as far as she knew. Since then, Llew has learned to survive the streets of the gold-mining town of Cheer - full of opportunistic men and desperation. It's a hard existence made tougher when her so-called friend accuses Llew of murder, sending her to the gallows.

Llew's Aenuk ability to absorb life means she doesn't stay dead for long, but she does leave a trail of death behind her.

Escaping the hangman's noose sees Llew fall into the hands of Jonas: the man with the knife and the Karan power to kill Llew's kind. If Llew can nurture the attraction he has to her, maybe she can keep that knife from her heart.

But lurking in the shadows is Jonas's half-brother, Braph: the man who has learned to combine Aenuk and Karan powers into infinite and addictive magical potential.

Healer's Touch is a fantasy novel flavoured with a wild west setting, steampunk-like technology, enough romance to draw you in, horror to keep you hooked, and just enough sex to keep things spicy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780473618421
Publisher: Dragons Kiss Books
Publication date: 03/29/2022
Series: Deadly Touch , #1
Edition description: 3rd Edition
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Deb E. Howell is a mum from New Zealand who rediscovered her passion for writing during a quiet time at work and just before growing her first human. Suffice to say the journey has been slow and sporadic. One thing remains steady, though: the love of shaping stories through words.
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