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This is the prequel to the bonkers fantasy romcom Death Do Us Part, book one of the Deathly Beloved series
THERE’S NO ONE I HATE MORE THAN MY BROTHER’S BEST FRIEND.
Jace is arrogant, annoying, and has been tormenting me my whole life. So I've done what any fairy princess would do: I've waged war on him. He wants to teach all the birds in our aviary to crap on me, then I'll sic a creature in heat on him. He attacks my books, I'll wax off all his hair.
But then the jerk does something truly horrendous: he becomes my royal guard.
Now I'm stuck with him all the bloody time.
But when we're called away to war, that annoyance he fills me with starts to turn into something else... Something hot and dangerous that will destroy us both.
For if our enemies find out he can be used to break me, they won't stop until they have his head.
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
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Aurelia is a fairy princess with the world on her shoulders. For as long as she can remember there has been war it's down to her to end it all.
I love Miranda's writing it's always one that captures me and makes me want to read more, I'm always disappointed when I get to the end of one of her stories.
This is the prequel to death do us part and is pretty gut-wrenching in parts. It's a fast-paced book with some rather hot sex scenes and a lot of blood.
I can't say too much without giving away what happens and nobody likes spoilers!
I hope you read it and enjoy it as much as I have.
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Miranda Grant has cycled three thousand miles up the Rocky Mountains on a tandem bike, launched herself off a cliff to go soar under a giant piece of thin fabric, and has stared down a mamma grizzly and her cub without losing a single limb. A true believer in that life is too short to waste away, she has a comprehensive bucket list and becoming a successful writer is just the next item on it. She defines success as not how much money she makes or how wide of an audience she captivates. To her, it's defined by transporting her readers into a new world and have them fall in love with its occupants. If she can do that, then this item is done. Though that is not to say her writing will be.