"If you think you know how this one will end, I promise, you don't." —Kara Thomas, author of That Weekend and The Cheerleaders
For fans of They Wish They Were Us and Sadie comes a propulsive thriller that reminds us that in real life, endings are rarely as neat as happily ever after. A contemporary take on the Lizzie Borden story that explores how grief can cut deep.
Charlotte lost her mother six months ago, and still no one will tell her exactly what happened the day she mysteriously died. They say her heart stopped, but Charlotte knows deep down that there's more to the story.
The only person who gets it is Charlotte's sister, Maddi. Maddi agrees—people’s hearts don’t just stop. There are too many questions left unanswered for the girls to move on.
But their father is moving on. With their mother’s personal assistant. And both girls are sure of one thing: she's going to steal everything that's theirs for herself. She'll even get rid of them eventually.
Now, in order to get their lives back, Charlotte and Maddi have to decide what kind of story they live in. Do they remain the obedient girls their father insists they be, or do they follow their rage to the end?
About the Author
Kyra Leigh lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. When she isn’t writing, Kyra spends her free time in the mountains with her husband and two dogs. She is the author of It Will End Like This and Reaper.
“It Will End Like This is startling, propulsive, and creepy as hell. Kyra Leigh lures you into the slow-burn nightmare of two sisters navigating a family tragedy that quickly intensifies into a twisty wild ride. This book is an adrenaline-charged thriller you won’t be able to put down.” —Jennifer Moffett, author of Those Who Prey
"Fantastically twisted, with shocking reveals up until the very last page—if you think you know how this one will end, I promise, you don't." —Kara Thomas, author of That Weekend and The Cheerleaders
“It Will End Like This is heart-wrenching and honest, and I wanted to protect these characters with my life. Leigh is a talent to watch.”—Victoria Lee, author of A Lesson in Vengeance