Published: January 7, 2013
Revised: July 28, 2014

Tessa longs for freedom…  Morik won’t stop looking for her…

"...this one is way up there on my favorites list." - Karen Lynch, Author of Relentless

A touch. That’s all it takes for Tessa to know her future with a boy. According to the family curse, she needs to choose her best option before her next birthday. Problem is, she sees all her ‘options’ dying before they turn thirty. Choosing the best option may have worked for the last fourteen generations of women in her family tree, but Tessa won’t choose and condemn someone to an early grave.

An unfortunate incident at school starts a chain of events that reveals a centuries old chaos demon and a chance to remove her ‘gift’ forever.

Cover art by Jessica Allain Art.

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  1. Angelica

    I’ve read (or rather devoured) the Judgement of the Six series and its companion series and I love the different PoVs. I’ve read Touch several times and well… any chance of a PoV for Morik?

    • Melissa Haag

      I’d love to write a sequel, which would include Morik’s POV, but it’s a back-burned project at this point. 🙁

  2. Minette Snow

    Touch is one of my favorite books. I love it so much!! It sucks you in and you can’t put the book down. I wish the story continued, so we could see how Tessa and Morik’s love continue to grow, and her transition with families life with that of Morik’s. All I can say is this is a must read book with great characters and a great plot.
    Thank you Melissa Haag!!!!

  3. Sunaina

    Love your books..Absolutely Awesome!!

    Once i satart reading i can’t take my hands off turning pages to pages to read and to learn more how the story progresses. I must say you are an amazing writer. The language and the flow of events is so smooth that none of it let us distract while reading. Thanks for such good series of The Judgement (hoping forward for the last book.) as well as the standalone titles.

    All the Best (Y)

    • Melissa Haag

      Thank you for reading!


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