Honey, does this taste like poison to you?

I've never been a fan of murder. The mess, the smell, the whole hiding the body thing after - it always seemed like way too much work. But trust me, when you're married to Richard Morningstar, that "work" starts to feel an awful lot like "play". The man is a snake and king of the fairies. A barbarian. A war monger. A sex god.

Uh, I mean ex pod?

Doesn't matter. The point is, it's either him or me. Because one of us is going to die, and at the moment, it's my execution scheduled in two weeks. So I just have to figure out a way to kiss him - kill him - before then, take his throne, and turn his whole nightmarish kingdom upside down. Easy right?

Maybe - if the guy wasn't freaking immortal.

And if my panties didn't drop every time he snapped his stupid fingers.


I never actually planned on writing this book. I made this (crap) cover and put it on Amazon, not thinking I'd actually have to honour it. I'm not sure why, but it just didn't click that making it available for preorder meant I actually had to write it. Lols. But given the original cover looked way too YA and my books are DEFINITELY NOT for children, I ended up hiring a cover designer (Magnetra's Designs, the same lady who did my Fairytales of the Myth Series) and she made this awesome beauty. As soon as I saw it, I came up with a different blurb (seen above) and viola, Death Do Us Part was born.

I really struggled with pushing Fabia to the back. The bloody twat kept jumping into the forefront and stealing Arienna's show at the start. She was *almost* as big of a pain as Galvanor was. But I got there in the end. She stayed back enough not to be too overwhelming - but only because I promised myself I'd give her her very own book! So yeah, this did not stay as a standalone...

Arienna was originally supposed to tresspass into the Fairylands in order to get a dog. As much as I tried to keep that in, though, it just did not work. So she became a mother of wasps instead. Wanna see a picture of Wyatt? (: Isn't he adorable!

And last, but not least, although Richard wasn't based off my husband, a lot of the scenes he and Arienna shared (NOT THE SEX ONES!) were ones that took place in real life between the two of us. I won't say which ones they are though, but you can have fun guessing.

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