When the new emperor takes power on
Laden, Silus knows everything will change Ė and heís right.
The emperor has declared that all males age eighteen and
over must find a mate within the month or else face criminal
charges. For Silus, who doesnít believe love exists and has
no interest in being trapped in a monogamous relationship,
this decree is unacceptable. When heís dragged before his
judge, the emperorís son Crash, Silus canít believe what
heís told. Crash is in danger of violating his fatherís
rule, so heís gives Silus an offer he canít refuse Ė marry
him or die.
Opposites attract in this sexy offering from D.J. Manly.
Marry Me or Die is a red-hot read with heart I
could not put down. I flat-out adored Crash. His
brazenness combined with his romantic nature made him a
sweet but strong-willed character, a perfect match for Silus.
Silus, though stubbornly refusing to accept that love could
be possible (at least in the beginning), was a good balance
for the more buoyant Crash. They tempered one another as
they both learned what it really means to love someone. I
didnít want to stop reading Marry Me or Die
because I so adored Crash and Silus together and wanted to
see them get their happily ever after. Fast-paced, fun, and
sexy as hell, Marry Me or Die is not to be