On Sale: January 15, 2019
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I knew she was trouble from the moment I saw her. I felt
it as she stood in the doorway that day: disaster. Not just
because she was so different, that skin and that hair, as
different from me as itís possible to be. There was
something wrong about her. Wrong for us. It was never going
Now she is dead and only I am left to love him. She is dead,
and itís all my fault.
A white teenage girl clashes with her new black stepmother
in this debut reading group thrilleróa suburban tragedy for
Lola doesnít particularly want a new stepmother. Especially
not one who has come out of nowhere and only been with her
dad for three months. Andósheís not racist or anythingóbut
since when did her dad fancy black women anyway?
Darling didnít particularly want a new stepdaughter.
Especially not one as spiteful and spoiled as Lola. She does
want Lolaís dad though. And he wants her, so thatís that:
Darling and Lola will just have to get used to each other.
Unless Lola can find a way to get rid of Darling.
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