Kelly Parra writes with the keen eye of an artist. Graffiti Girl is warm, gutsy, and true-to-life — an unflinching, honest portrayal of young adults. [Anne Frasier, Bestselling author]

 

With characters as bold and exciting as the art they love, and an honesty that keeps them raw and real, Graffiti Girl shows us that the only thing better than discovering your talent is finding yourself along the way. [Jenny O’Connell, Bestselling author]

 

Kelly, felicidades on your first novel, it’s great to see Latinas writing positive novels about subjects that young people can relate to. I felt you weaved Angel’s personal journey as a writer and growing young women with humor, realness and craft. [E-Fierce aka Elisha Miranda]

 

A magical blending of mystery, romance, and deep and dangerous secrets. Kelly Parra’s Invisible Touch is an action-packed coming-of-age novel, sure to keep readers turning pages and begging for a sequel. [Bestselling author, Laurie Faria Stolarz]

 

INVISIBLE TOUCH, an amazing, touching novel that deals with big issues in an original context. [TeensReadToo]

 

Kelly Parra brings a distinctive voice and style to her intense suspense novels that sucks you in from page one and holds you prisoner. [NYT Bestselling author, Dianna Love]

 

“Readers, hold on tightly to your horses, because Criminal Instinct will take you on an uncontrollable, wild ride that you will never forget!” [Joyfully Reviewed]

 

‘Graffiti’ a strong debut novel for teens…Five out of five gold pens for ‘Graffiti Girl.’ [The Salinas Californian]

 

There is only one word that can describe Graffiti Girl, and that word is ‘Amazing’. [Book Divas]

 

Kelly Parra’s Supernatural Hunters has just the right combination of butt-kicking and romance to keep you on the edge of your seat! [Allison van Diepen, author]

 

Kelly just has a very unique writing style that just completely captures a teenage girls feelings and sucks in the reader. [Book Bite Reviews]

 

GRAFFITI GIRL is a fast-paced story that boldly looks dreams and temptations in the eye. Angel steals your heart as she tries to find her place in the world–artistically, socially, and even inside her own family. [Author Tina Ferraro]

 

Invisible Touch is a fast-paced, gripping book full of teenage secrets, alienation, and hidden pain. It’s also incredibly tender and full of hope and made me stay up all night to finish it. [Amanda Ashby, author]