"Dead If I Do" by Tate Hallaway is the fourth book of the Garnet series. I've been craving to read it for a long time, finally got it..and disappointed. It's OK, but sooooo over the place. Here Garnet and Sebastian get married, but not before havoc of all sorts occur. But I did like the last chapter, the actual marriage, and the lesson Garnet learns: "Once I let go of an idea of what my marriage was supposed to be, everything fell into place." (page 285) Then the closing line: "Even though it was nothing like I'd planned, it was the most perfect day of my life." (page 290).
A lesson I still to continue to learn and learn and learn.
Can you tell you a secret: No matter how I felt about the book, I hope there's a book 5 (and a baby?).