“When the builders see my muffins they all crowd around me with a ravenous look on their faces - they won’t go away until I beat them off!” – Fanny Banghard Fanny Banghard is an American governess in London seeking employment. She attends an interview with the mercurial businessman R.C. Mood, a billionaire renown for his sizeable endowment. He needs her to play detective in uncovering a mystery. There has been a recent spate of attacks around his Manor House. Somebody has been interfering with his chickens and setting his sheds on fire. Enamoured by R.C.’s wit and charm, Fanny accepts his proposition. She travels to the quaint English town of Crickerty Wicke and meets an eccentric cast of characters including the lecherous gardener Hamish McGrind, the austere Lady Mood and Army captain Lafayette Lebatti who is always checking on his Privates. But in-between hosting summer fetes and hunting villains what Fanny dreams of is for R.C. Mood to take her up the aisle. Fifty Sheds Darker is a humorous British tale laced with daring double entendres and subtle references that Fifty Shades lovers (and haters) will recognise. It really does have something for everyone. A great laugh out loud romp filled with one-liners. If you love Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Sheds of Grey then it’s possible that you might, perhaps, like this. But we make no guarantees! Fifty Sheds Darker - Darker. More intense. Better varnished.