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Til Death Do Us Bard: A heart-warming tale of marriage, magic, and monster-slaying

Rose Black

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Of specific Gay interest, Crime & mystery, Fantasy, Fantasy romance, Rural communities, Role-playing, war games & fantasy sports

Legends & Lattes meets Kings of the Wyld in this queer cosy fantasy, in which a grumpy ex-adventurer must come out of retirement to save the kingdom... after he saves his sunshiny bard husband.

Marriage isn't always sunshine and unicorns . . . sometimes it's monsters and necromancy.

It's been almost a year since Logan 'The Bear' Theaker hung up his axe and settled down with his sunshiny bard husband, Pie. But when Pie disappears, Logan is forced back into a world he thought he'd left behind.

Logan quickly discovers that Pie has been blackmailed into stealing a powerful artifact capable of creating an undead army. With the help of an old adversary and a ghost from his past, Logan sets out to rescue his husband.

But the further the quest takes him, the more secrets Logan uncovers. He'll need all his strength to rescue his husband - but can he save their marriage?

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Praise for Til Death Do Us Bard: A heart-warming tale of marriage, magic, and monster-slaying

  • This is an absolute bear-hug of a book! A grumpy ex-adventurer, a hilarious necromancer, a queernormative world, and delightfully cosy Dungeons & Dragons vibes-what more could you ask for?? - Sangu Mandanna, bestselling author of The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches

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Rose Black

Rose Black is a combination of anxiety and dyslexia in a hoodie, bi, a professional computer wrangler, and mother to the world's wiggliest child. She's lucky enough to live in the historic city of Bath and is capable of eating her weight in sushi.

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