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  • Published: 26 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781448176960
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336

Dark Touch




A modern tale of magic, love and destiny.

It’s not easy finding out you’re a Goddess.

For Lily McCain, the move from local music journalist to being the incarnation of Mabe, Mother of Mortals was a surprise to say the least.

Thrust into a game of gods and monsters, the rules of which she barely knows, one thing is clear: if you have power, someone will try to take it from you.

A Daily Express magazine 'Must Read!'

Debbie Johnson is also winner of the Best Short Romance for Pippa's Cornish Dream at the Love Stories Awards 2015.

  • Pub date: 26 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781448176960
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 336

About the Author

Debbie Johnson

Debbie Johnson is a journalist and writer based in Merseyside. After a lifetime of retelling other people's stories, she decided to come up with some of her own. Debbie has won several awards for her writing, including the Harry Bowling Prize in 2010, and Best Short Romance for Pippa's Cornish Dream at the Love Stories Awards 2015.

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Praise for Dark Touch

“A sizzling debut about goddesses, vampires and rock 'n' roll, you'll love Debbie Johnson's sassy page-turner.”

Jane Costello

“Johnson just gets better. Dark Touch is the sequel to Dark Vision and takes us to a completely different level. The writing is assured, the storytelling tight and the characters fully and realistically developed.”

Lancashire Evening Post

“...the story manages to be romantic without being simpering, sexy without being sordid, funny without being flippant, and exciting without being histrionic.”

Starburst Magazine

“If future instalments build on the strength of this debut, they’ll be ones to look out for.”

Starburst magazine

“A sizzling debut about goddesses, vampires and rock 'n' roll, you'll love Debbie Johnson's sassy page-turner.”

Jane Costello

“A sassy and often very funny fantasy romp, lifted above the mass by the wit of protagonist Lily and her best friend, the fabulously ballsy Carmel… Clever and full of sharp wisecracks … a deftly told entertainment that shows there is certainly room in the world for a Liverpudlian Charlaine Harris.”

The Guardian

“very Mortal Instruments, very Secret CIrcle ... Yet, there is a little something extra to be found in Dark Vision ... she has the insight to blend in the right amount of otherwordly action, humour, Irish folklore and the magnificent setting of Liverpool”

Sci-Fi Now


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