A Grave Matter (Lady Darby, #3) by Anna Lee Huber

A Grave Matter (Lady Darby, #3)A Grave Matter by Anna Lee Huber

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Time and again The Lady Darby series has captivated me with it's storylines, the time period and of course Kiera and Gage. Two leads I can't get enough of and Huber finally brings things to head with these two that many readers have been waiting for since the start of the series!

After the events of the (previous book) months, Kiera is back at her childhood home with her brother Trevor trying to heal her soul and perhaps forget a certain inquiry agent.... Then when the clock strikes midnight for the new year, Kiera and her family are confronted with a grave robbing that is much more then meets the eyes. Again reunited with Gage in order to solve this case, Kiera and Gage slowly pick up the pieces of their newest case while revealing more secrets of one another..

While the book was excellent it wasn't as dark as portrayed in book 1 & 2. The focus was shifted more into the building relationship and trust between Gage and Kiera. With Gage "finally" showing more of himself. At times you had of tug and pull between the two and a few bumps in the road, that was expected and no doubt there will be even more bumps between these two, but it was such a joy to see these two individuals find one another and be able to open themselves up.

The mystery was again on the vein of knowing who was behind it but why we're they doing and for what purpose was the main push behind it all.

I find myself re-reading this series and going back to my favorite passages as I just can't get enough of the Lady Darby series and eagerly await the next book!

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