Three strangers. One town. One VERY big secret.
When nineteen-year-old Ash O’Reilly goes for a quiet walk in the local woods, she doesn’t expect to run into a couple of half-crazed actors in full historical costume. But to make matters worse, her car (and the entire path) seem to have disappeared, and ‘Lady Anne’ and ‘the Honourable Mister George Seymour’ are insisting that she’s the one who’s confused, and that everything will be alright if she’d just direct them to the nearby village of Iversley.
To Ash’s great surprise, Iversley does exist - sort of - but there's a problem. The 'village' has other visitors: highly unusual ones with an uncomfortable interest in the three of them. And suddenly getting back home is the least of her worries...
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Praise for Breaking the Glass Slipper: ‘Rich and complex, with twists and turns all over the show.’