The Shadow Society
by Marie Rutkoski
Darcy Jones was left at a fire station when she was just five years old with no idea who she was or how she'd gotten there.
Eleven years and far too many foster homes later, Darcy has finally found a town, a foster mother, and a school that she's been able to stay with for more than a year. But just when she seems to be getting everything on track, she finds herself drawn to a boy who seems to know more about her than she's ever known about herself.
He knows where she comes from.
He knows what she is.
He knows what she's capable of.
And he knows how to hurt her.
Will she be able to find out who she is and what she can do before everything she has worked so hard for is taken away from her forever?
Final thoughts: It's another supernatural book with a clueless, but powerful heroine, and a hunky, dangerous boy. This is a decent read and it has its moments, but some of the things that happen are just too unbelievable and the love triangle/quadrangle/whatever is predictable.