Jude is in denial, and Lizzie wants both brothers, but by the time the truth comes out everyone is in too deep. No one
wants to get hurt, but love and desire have a way of testing even the strongest
bonds. Fans of Tamarra Webber and Erin
McCarthy will adore this emotional and heartfelt RITA nominated family drama.
head, and he wouldn’t leave me alone. He had a younger brother that he loved
more than anything in the world, so I sat down and tried to write their story.
And it wasn’t very good. But these brothers–Jude and Ryan–never left me. A
decade later, I realized that, like Frankenstein’s monster, they were waiting
for me to create their loves. And a few months later, Tell Me How This Ends was
heartfelt, fun, and sometimes emotional. It was my pleasure to follow Jude,
Ryan, and their friends through three books. I’m not going to lie; there were
tears when I wrote the final scene.
Me How This Ends has been
nominated for a RITA award, but I’m even more humbled by the readers who have
taken the time to tell me they love the book. I hope you love it, too.
McAllister are inseparable. When Jude stepped in to raise Ryan after the death
of their mother, it became the two of them against the world. But the scars it
left were bone-deep. Then Lizzie Price comes along.
Lizzie hopes Ryan’s kindness can help heal her wounds from a toxic
relationship. But when she meets Jude, their powerful attraction makes him
difficult to resist. The problem is, Lizzie doesn’t realize Jude and Ryan are
brothers, and they don’t know they’re falling for the same girl.
By the time the truth comes out, everyone is in too deep. Ryan is in love, Jude
is in denial, and Lizzie wants both brothers. All of them agree that no one
deserves to get hurt. But love and desire have a way of testing even the
Tell Me Series
Tell Me How This Ends
Tell Me Not to Go
That You’re Mine (coming summer 2017)
to the kitchen. I don’t bother to turn on the lights, because the dark doesn’t
scare me. Most of the terrifying things in life happen in the daylight.
because I see light coming from the kitchen. Sometimes we meet like this
in the middle of the night and eat a snack. I make the PB&J, and he pours
standing at the faucet but it’s not Ryan, and my brain takes an extra couple
seconds to compute what I’m seeing. Elizabeth is there, her back turned to me,
her face in profile. Her hair is messy and long, and she’s wearing a shirt that
comes to midthigh. She turns around and sees me. Her mouth and eyes go wide, but
she doesn’t scream, like a silent movie actress.
here?” she asks, which doesn’t make sense to me at first. Then I see she’s
wearing Ryan’s Panic! at the Disco T-shirt. My brain has apparently been
dormant for the past two minutes, because suddenly, it chugs to life. My
synapses fire, and I make connections, and I know that this is the girl my
brother has just fucked, and even worse, has fallen for.
to laugh. I laugh so hard that my eyes water, and I slide against the cabinets
to the floor. She walks around the counter and stands in front of me. I stare
at her legs, which are long and smooth. She crouches down, pulling
her—Ryan’s—T-shirt down so I don’t see anything essential on the way.
looking at me like I’m crazy.
taking in her bedhead. “You definitely picked the better brother.”
her mouth, and I feel like a bully, but I can’t care.
these protagonists that they’ll keep flipping through the pages to see how
everything turns out.”—Library Journal
Victoria De La O, stop what you are reading and go read Tell Me How This Ends!
If you are an Abbi Glines fan, you will love Victoria De La O’s writing.”—My
Girlfriend’s Couch Blog
one of my favorite books ever—I was totally engrossed in the love triangle
between brothers Ryan and Jude and sweet Lizzie.”—Siobhan Davis, Amazon Bestselling
About Victoria De La O:
De La O is the award-winning and RITA®-nominated author of the Tell Me romance
trilogy, including Tell Me
How This Ends. A native of California’s Silicon Valley, she spends time hanging
out with her family, arguing about films, and partaking in chicanery.
also enjoys writing about women’s issues, practicing Wonder Woman
spins, and talking to readers, so hit her up on Facebook or Twitter.