REVIEW ➼ Brazen Girl by Ali Dean


It only takes a second for her world to come crashing down.

Jordan’s crash is a wake-up call for everyone.

Recovering from a head injury brings new challenges no one is expecting or prepared to handle. Jordan begins to doubt that she has what it takes to make it as a pro skateboarder. Is she tough enough to be part of Beckett Steele’s world? Or is this crash a sign she lacks what it takes?

With the filming Shred Live looming, Beck is forced to re-evaluate his priorities. The risks that come with being one of the world’s best skateboarders aren’t always what they seem. Add Jordan to the equation, and the dangers take on a whole new meaning.

A few seconds can change everything. Especially mid-air on one of the largest half pipes in the world.


With how things were left in Brazen Steele I was DYING for this one.

Since meeting Jordan in the first book to where she is now there has been so much in her as a character, however, there are still some insecurities she has in the beginning of this book. Beck, I love him. He is caring, loving and supportive.

The chemistry and connection between Jordan and Beck only continues to grow and gets stronger as the story progresses. I love that Jordan continues to be a role model for young girls everywhere, despite her having some struggles.

The Brazen series has been completely addicting from the start and is full of characters that you’ll fall in love with you. A MUST READ!


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