- Nov 25, 2013
- Reaction score
I was surprised, and then again, I wasn't. She'd already seen what her mom and siblings had to do to escape a violent male. But unlike them, she would never leave her marsh, so the only way to stop Chase, would be to do as she'd seen female insects do, and lure him, likely with a "mating call", and kill him.Was I the only totally shocked at the end to find that Kya was the killer? A wonderful twist I thought
However, I still had my doubts that she was the killer. Especially, when she refused to go with a lesser plea, as her lawyer suggested. And there were, I guess red herrings, that either Tate, or Jumpin', had gotten rid of Chase to protect Kya. So, yes, a good twist.