Kate Johnson

Biography

Kate Johnson is a prolific writer of romantic and paranormal fiction. She is a self confessed fan of Terry Pratchett, whose fantasy fiction has inspired her to write her own books. Kate worked in an airport and a laboratory before escaping to write fiction full time. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has previously published short stories in the UK and romantic mysteries in the US. She’s a previous winner of the WisRWA’s Silver Quill and Passionate Ink’s Passionate Plume award.
Kate’s UK debut, The UnTied Kingdom, was shortlisted for the 2012 Contemporary Romantic Novel Award.
Kate's Choc Lit novels include: The UnTied Kingdom, Run Rabbit Run and Impossible Things (Feb 2014).

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Books

Impossible Things (Choc Lit)
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Price: $5.50 USD. Words: 108,400. Language: English. Published: February 18, 2014 by Choc Lit. Category: Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
Are they cursed as well as Chosen? Ishtaer is a mystery. A blind slave, beaten and broken by her sadistic mistress, with no memory of a time before her enslavement. Kael Vapensigsson is one of the elite Chosen – a warlord whose strength comes from the gods themselves. But despite all his power and prestige, he is plagued by a prophecy that threatens to destroy everything he loves.
Run Rabbit Run (Sophie Green Mysteries)
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Price: $4.90 USD. Words: 112,730. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2012 by Choc Lit. Category: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
Sophie’s in trouble. Must be Tuesday. Sophie Green’s an ex-spy, or trying to be. You wouldn’t believe the trouble she’s in. An MI5 officer has been shot with her gun, her fingerprints all over his office. And no, she didn’t kill him. But she has gone on the run.
The UnTied Kingdom
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Price: $4.90 USD. Words: 114,860. Language: English. Published: April 7, 2011 by Choc Lit. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
The portal to an alternate world was the start of all her troubles – or was it? When Eve Carpenter lands with a splash in the Thames, it’s not the London or England she’s used to. No one has a telephone or knows what a computer is. England’s a third world country and Princess Di is still alive. But worst of all, everyone thinks Eve’s a spy.

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