Darkness Becomes Her

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 3, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 273 pages
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A dark and lush paranormal romance set in a richly reimagined New Orleans—now in paperback!

Ari can’t help feeling lost and alone. With teal eyes and freakish silver hair that can’t be changed or destroyed, Ari has always stood out. And after growing up in foster care, she longs for some understanding of where she came from and who she is.

Her search for answers uncovers a message from her long dead mother: Run. Ari can sense that someone, or something, is getting closer than they should. But it’s impossible to protect herself when she doesn’t know what she’s running from or why she is being pursued.

She knows only one thing: she must return to her birthplace of New 2, the lush rebuilt city of New Orleans. Upon arriving, she discovers that New 2 is very...different. Here, Ari is seemingly normal. But every creature she encounters, no matter how deadly or horrifying, is afraid of her.

Ari won’t stop until she knows why. But some truths are too haunting, too terrifying, to ever be revealed.
 

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User Review  - MadameWho - LibraryThing

A solid YA paranormal romance from Kelly Keaton, whose adult urban fantasy books I've enjoyed. The real star of the show is the post-Katrina New Orleans, now privately owned by a cabal of sorcerers, vampires, and shapeshifters. Read full review

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User Review  - ashpapoye - LibraryThing

This book tells us two things: a) Kelly Keaton's favorite fantasy creatures are Vampires. b) And she loves Greek Myths. So much so that she wrote a book about bothof them without giving a second ... Read full review

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Kelly Keaton is the critically acclaimed author of Darkness Becomes Her and Beautiful Evil. As Kelly Gay, she writes the popular adult series, Charlie Madigan, for Pocket Books. While she calls Raleigh, North Carolina, home, she can also be found chatting about books and life on Facebook and Twitter. Read more about Kelly on her website at KellyKeaton.net.