Till Death: Miranda Lyn *Review*

Cover image of Till Death by Miranda Lyn is in the centre of a dark image of occult items. Added text: A dark destiny awaits Death's Maiden...

Genres: NA Fantasy, Romantic Fantasy, Dark Fantasy | Release Date: 23 April 2024 | Series: The Never Sky | Series Book: #1 | Pages: 633 | Indie Author | Review

“You really are a brutal little thing, Nightmare…”

Miranda Lyn


A massive thank you goes to indie author Miranda Lyn for letting me read an e-ARC of Till Death, a phenomenal romantasy! This beautiful dark fantasy is book one in a series of interconnected standalones (The Never Sky) and let me tell you, glitterbugs? You haven’t experienced a book like this before… It is such an emotional ride! But let’s give you an overview, shall we?

Within Requiem, Death is the only god to remain after the rest abandoned the realm long ago. Both worshipped and feared, Death has sent two Maidens amongst the populace. The Life Maiden can offer healing, but Death’s Maiden? She is the only person in the world who can kill. When Princess Deyanira comes into the Death’s Maiden power, she has no counterbalance in a Life Maiden. With two cities intent on tearing each other apart, Dey’s determined to broker peace despite her calling. But what happens when Dey is tricked into marrying an enemy, binding her to him for eternity? How can she find freedom, when even her husband is indentured to someone else? And what happens when Dey goes from being the most feared person in the realm to the hunted?

Cover image of Till Death by Miranda Lyn is to the bottom left of an image of gothic aesthetics. Added text: Dey is now eternally bound to her enemy... Is it possible for her to find her freedom?
I’m utterly enchanted by Till Death. It’s definitely a favourite read of 2024.

Happiness Boost:

It should come as no surprise that my first happiness boost is about our incredible Death’s Maiden. Dey is one of the most intriguing, deadly & heart-sore heroines I’ve ever come across. Miranda is no stranger to giving us complex heroines, but Deyanira is probably the most complicated one I’ve come across so far… And can I tell you something? She’s one of my all-time favourite heroines. I’m so in love with her tangled heart and mind, as well as her desperate desire for acceptance. I cannot give higher praise than that!

It wouldn’t be a Miranda Lyn story if there was an absence of tears. But rest assured glitterbugs, I was up at all hours, crying my little heart out! Till Death knows just where our weak spots are and grabs at the heart with a vice-like grip. Did I use a full box of tissues? Well, I came pretty close! So of course that’s a happiness boost, because I love when a book makes me feel everything in my soul!

Till Death is such a wonderfully chonky beast, coming in at over 600 pages. If you’ve been aching to read a hefty standalone which features all sorts of heartache, resilience and the wicked delights of enemies to lovers? I need you to read this book as soon as you possibly can! Seriously. Get this book. I adore every single word within this dark fantasy and cannot wait for it to be out in the wide world!


If you wanted me to have a downside? You’re going to be disappointed, because I have none for this gorgeous romantic fantasy!

Final Thoughts:

Till Death by indie author Miranda Lyn is a deliciously wicked standalone romantasy featuring the sweetest found family. If you’ve ever yearned for a dark romantasy which can be read as a standalone? How about a true enemies to lovers tale? I’m telling you right now, you *need* to read this. Till Death is a dark and enchanting story, and my heart is completely captivated by the journey Death’s Maiden has undertaken within these pages. If you love the sound of this tale from my review? Just click on either of the links below to pre-order a copy! Happy reading, glitterbugs!

You can pre-order Till Death via these links:

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