Lady Darby a.k.a. Kiera Gage and her husband Sebastian Gage return to Sebastian's childhood home, Langstone Manor, at the request of his grandfather, Viscount Tavistock, to investigate the disappearance of his cousin Alfred. His family hinders their investigation from the start by either withholding information or misleading them so what should have been an easy inquiry turns in to much more that...
I enjoyed the story but I don't think the author used the Moors and the family curse to its full potential. Also, I've noticed in the last couple of books, especially this one, that the author doesn't give Kiera the opportunity to use her medical background. She's fell into more of a questioner role like Sebastian. I kind of liked the series more when she applied her "knowledge of the macabre."
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The Backstagers uncover a bigger group of outsiders living inside the magical backstage universe, and an offer is put on the table for them to leave their real world forever.
REVIEW: so this is after the events of the backstagers being gone for two months and one of the actors goes missing cause that ghost took him so the backstagers go to find him.
The Backstagers meet their lady counterparts from the All-Girls school, and it turns out that they have way more in common than they’d think. Working together to put on the best show this town’s ever seen should be as simple as pie, right? ...RIGHT?
REVIEW: the backstagers hear something from the door and go to check it out and find the all girl versions of themselves and they are in London what I love this series .