Number of pages: 280
Number of times read (including the time before this review): 1
Rating (out of five stars): 4.25
Release Date: August 21st, 2018
*Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing a copy in exchange for a review. My opinions are honest and my own.
I requested this solely because one of the characters is a dancer, and it was right around when Dance Force (the dance team people of any skill level can join at my university) ended for me. I ended up getting a book that was both sweet and heartbreaking. Something to note: this is probably going to be a fairly short review because the synopsis is super vague and I don’t want to spoil anyone, especially since the book isn’t out yet.
I read most of Brave Enough in one day when I was trying to do school work because I could not stop reading. I needed to know what happened to Carson. I needed to know that Davis was going to be okay. Brave Enough sucked me in and didn’t let go.
It was super heartbreaking to watch Davis struggle with addiction. He had to watch his ex-girlfriend struggle with addiction while he was in recovery, and he also had to face his old dealer. From what I could tell, Davis’ addiction looked well-researched, as did the dance aspects of the novel.
I thought Carson and Davis’ relationship was really sweet. They both helped each other through a lot, and they were super cute together.
I appear to have run out of notes. It’s a super short book, and while there is some stuff I still kind of want to talk about, I’m trying not to mention anything that isn’t really mentioned in the synopsis.
Overall, Brave Enough was both cute and heartbreaking, earning it 4.25 stars out of 5.