Warning - this question contains significant spoilers from "Changes" and "Ghost Story".
In "Changes", a wounded Dresden is forced to ask Queen Mab for help. She is a bit worried that Harry will try to cheat her out of the deal:
[Mab] paused and murmured, “But you have proven willing to destroy yourself in the past. You won your last confrontation with my handmaiden in just such a fashion, by partaking of the death angel. What prevents you from taking a similar action to cheat me of my prize?” “My word,” I said quietly. “I know I can’t bluff you. I won’t suicide. I’m here to deal in good faith.”
But we know that Harry is not too honest in his promise, as the climax of both books says that
Dresden hired Kincaid to shoot him and asked Molly to hide this memory.
It's almost certain that Mab knows what has happened (Leanansidhe knew but Demonreach forbade that she say it.), yet she seems more worried than angry. And the fate of Lloyd Slate shows that she can hold a grudge.
So why hasn't she punished Harry for this misdeed?