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Warrior's Touch

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by Deb E. Howell  NZ New Zealand

August 1, 2018   |    1,022 reads    |   0 comments

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Warrior's Touch - Book coverOnce upon a time, the last Immortal lost his powers to an Aenuk Healer and her tree. Nine hundred years later, he learns that an Immortal child is going to be born, and with it, the chance to regain his lost magic...

The Kara and Aenuk races have been enemies for centuries, but for Llew and Jonas, love won out. Now Llew faces an uncertain future: one nation wants her to breed their future army, and the other wants her dead. Her Healing talent also means she is feared - and the child she carries makes her a target.

Jonas has returned to his people, but he is torn. The woman he loves is being kept away from him, his superiors want him to carry on his bloodline with an appropriate mate, and he's being expected to fit back into a role he doesn't want. He is meant to be a hero, but the only champion he wants to be is Llew's and their child - a child who might change everything.

But for their enemy to regain his powers, Llew’s child must die; and in order for him to retain them, every Aenuk must be destroyed.

In Warrior’s Touch, loyalties will be tested, lives torn apart and magics rejoined.

Author's Note: 

While writing Healer's Touch, I sensed there was more of this world I had created that needed to be explored, but that I couldn't explore within the arcs of Healer's Touch, despite my initial plan to write a stand-alone fantasy novel. And so, Warrior's Touch and Magician's Touch were loosely planned. I've made it my mission to grow as a writer each time out of the gate, and I am confident that Warrior's Touch is an even better read than Healer's Touch (and HT is pretty good).

About The Author

Deb E. is a New Zealand author who writes fantasy because it is such a vast genre that can encompass romance, mystery, horror, and horses, of course. At primary school she spent her lunch times as a horse, galloping over woodchips and jumping logs, gutters and swing bridges. At intermediate she learned she would make a terrible mother when her egg rolled from its bed and splattered on the concrete tiles. At high school she entertained her friends with new music or stories she had written.

Outside of school she dabbled in computer animation (a horse galloping, of course) and game... more

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