By Alyxandra Harvey
In 1814, 3 cousins—Gretchen, Emma, and Penelope—discover their mystery kinfolk lineage of witchcraft while a binding spell is damaged, permitting their person magical powers to appear. Now, past the manicured gardens and ballrooms of Regency London, an captivating underworld on hand merely to these with strength is printed to the cousins. by way of claiming their energy, the 3 cousins have by chance opened the gates to the underworld. Now ghouls, hellhounds—and so much terrifying of all, the spirits of darkish witches referred to as the Greymalkin Sisters—are searching and killing younger debutante witches for his or her powers. And, someway, Emma is hooked up to the murders…because she retains discovering the our bodies. Can the cousins seal the gates prior to one other witch is killed…or even worse, prior to their new presents are stripped away?
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