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Ninja Girl

3.99  ·  Rating details ·  1,505 ratings  ·  185 reviews
Seventeen-year-old Snow-Soon Lee kicks ass--literally. She teaches at her family-owned martial arts gym, The Academy, and cares more about training to be the next Bruce Lee than hooking up. In fact, Snow's never even been kissed. But when Girls Night rolls around, Snow decides to prove to her friends (and herself) that she's not just some boring tomboy. Impulsively, she ki ...more
Kindle Edition, 202 pages
Published March 30th 2017
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Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
Ninja Girl was the most adorable story ever. Seriously, I can't get over how cute it was! I picked this book up because I fell madly in love with Adorkable, this author's first release. And now I've fallen just as hard for her second release, Ninja Girl. So if you adore ya romance that makes you smile, laugh and leaves you feeling oh so happy, then I highly recommend Ninja Girl! And Adorkable too, if you haven't read that one yet.
“Alright, alright,” I shrugged. “You caught me. I’m here for yo
May 08, 2017 rated it liked it
adorkable is still my number one by cookie, but this was a fun read too 💖 (plus diversity and bad ass females yasss)
Annie O
Mar 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Such a good book. I love that we get to see what happens to one of Adorkable's coolest characters, Ash. I also love that this is a story about another strong, smart female. I love the diversity aspect of the book. I think the dialog is really fun. Really well done! Yay!
Irma *Irma The Book Whisperer*
~ 3 Adorkable Ninja stars~

After Adorkable I just couldn't wait to read more by Cookie. I think that Ninja Girl was adorable and a quite funny story. Usually there's always a guy who saves a girl and this time it's the other way around.


However, this time was the first time ever, that I asked myself if I was just a bit too old for the story.
Apr 14, 2018 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars. This was pretty cute. I liked how Snow was the one doing the saving/protecting, even if I thought hiring a teenage girl to be a bodyguard was a little unbelievable. I liked Snow and Ash and their relationship. I thought the rest of the characters were a little underdeveloped, though. And just like in Adorkable, the best friend character brought the story down a bit. Min-Lee was supportive of Snow for the most part, but I thought her not only staying friends with the mean girl that con ...more
Jun 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: audiobooks
Funny YA story with a bit of suspense/mystery and of course Bruce Lee...
Mar 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What a fun book! Love the female lead, Snow, and of course the male lead is Ash who was one of my favorites from "Adorkable". This YA has a little bit of mystery and drama that adds a nice touch. I really enjoyed this book.
Apr 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Yea, Girl power! I hope someday all girls will see themselves like Cookie O'Gorman sees Snow. Snow is who she is and does not compromise! The great thing is Ash is who he is, too. This story is way better than Geek to Chic transformation story. Cookie's characters are strong and uncompromising. Ninja Girl is an empowering story with romance, action, and mystery!
Raven_Blake (dreamy addictions)
Same Review Also Posted In My Blog: Dreamy Addicitons

I loved Cookie O' Gorman's Adorkable which Is really an adorkable read and when I heard that she's releasing another adorable book featuring Ash as the main lead, I was very eager to read it. I loved Ash and Snow as much as I loved Becks and Spitz from Adorkable. They are both fun characters and complete opposite to each other but we know opposites always attract. I liked the fun concept of this story where the girl protects the boy and not th
Mar 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Ninja Girl was as cute and adorable as Adorkable.

I love that Ash loves Country music.

This book was fast to read, and a super entertaining adventure.
Mar 05, 2017 marked it as to-read

Oh. My. Gosh.
This looks AH-MAZING!!!!!
Freakin' adorable and so worth reading!! Love these characters ^_^
This book immediately caught my eye when YA Bound Book Tours notified me about the blog tour. So, I signed up, then went on to Amazon and promptly bought the book!

Although I don't usually read contemporary YA fiction, I was willing to try this one because the plot fascinated me from the get-go! And I was DEFINITELY not disappointed! This novel hooked me in right away, and didn't let go until I had devoured it completely! In fact, I'm now wishing it had been just a bit longer, so I could have rem
Maxine Livingstone
Rating: 3.5 stars

A kick ass heroine who is hired to be a bodyguard for a boy who's father is running for Mayor. This book was really good. The most important thing I loved about it is the fact that a a woman can be strong and still be attractive to a guy. The is proven by Ash Stryker. He is first attracted by the heroine Snow-Soon after a dear in which she kissed him. They meet again at his new school at an exhibition that which she performed. From there the story takes off. I loved the fact tha
Apr 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
**You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs:**
Ninja Girl is a young adult contemporary romance by Cookie O'Gorman. Last year, I read Adorkable by Cookie and I absolutely loved it. It was so stinkin' cute. Ninja Girl looked super cute, so I couldn't pass this one up. I didn't even realize that it was set in the same universe as Adorkable until I was about halfway through the book. It's not a sequel or anything, so you don't have to read adorkable first, but if yo
Gracie Baumann
This book was everything I've been I've been waiting for after Adorkable. After a wait that seemed forever long, I'm so happy with how this book turned out. The characters were so relatable, per usual, and I fell in love with all of them. There was mystery and suspense and it totally surprised me. I can't decide weather I love this one or Adorkable more, and that's a huge compliment for this book in itself. I'm so excited to reread this one until Cookie O'Gorman release another fantastic read.
Crisanda (Sapphire)
3.5 stars

I was so happy when I learnt that Cookie O'Gorman was giving Ash his own book. I really liked Ash in Adorkable, and wanted to read his story. I was even happier when I saw that it had alternating POVs. But I didn't like Ninja Girl as much as I did Adorkable. I loved the concept of a badass female bodyguard, but I didn't particularly connect with Snow or her friends. The death threats seemed kinda silly, and the whole thing was a little too transparent. I liked the second half of the bo
Monique V
Jul 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2017
JUST SO GOOD!! THIS BOOK JUST MADE MY DAY!! The diversity, the sweet romance, the great supportive parents and the best friends ever. I also enjoyed reading the great fight scenes. I just loved this book ok.
Anjie Basi
Jan 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018
I loved loved loves O'Gorman's first book, Adorkable, and it got me really excited to read this one because of Ash. He wasn't my favorite in Adorkable but I was looking forward to seeing more of him. Ninja Girl was cute and very empowering for ladies. Snow is totally kick butt and I loved it. I loved the added mystery and I love the new characters. I absolutely loved the Becks and Sally cameo. Guy, seriously, I was screaming and jumping when they popped up. I felt like Snow and Ash's love story ...more
Dec 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I liked Ash in Adorkable, and I'm happy he got his own story. :) He and Snow are a good match, and it's fun to have Sally and Becks make an appearance, too, among the supporting cast.

I particularly enjoyed the role reversal in the usual bodyguard trope with Snow kicking a** (no, not Ash, even if she is occasionally so inclined) and taking names.

Maybe the villains were not all that mysterious, and I might have wished for a bit more drama with the Buchanan brood, but all in all I had a lot of fu
T.H. Hernandez
5 Stars!! My Review
So much love for this book! I fell in love with Cookie O'Gorman's writing and characters in ADORKABLE and couldn't wait to read Ash's story. Ash is a soccer phenom and the nemesis of the main love interest in ADORKABLE. So of course finding out not only is he in NINJA GIRL but we also get his point of view, and I was beyond excited. NINJA GIRL does not disappoint. Told from alternating points of view, we get to meet Snow-Soon Lee, a total bad-ass at martial arts, but not so mu
K Whatsherface
Jul 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was like a quarter of the way through this when I realized this was the same ash from adorkable. He had called himself the whip in his mind before it became clear to me. Ash is great. This is what adorkable would be if it was an action....not this is not an action type book it's a romcom type book with action. I love it. It makes me happy I need to really read more by the author. This marshmallow fluff goodness
Deanna (A Novel Glimpse)
Original review: A Novel Glimpse

I adored Ninja Girl. I adored it so much. I thought I might considering I loved Cookie O’Gorman’s Adorkable, but I loved it even more than that book. Ninja Girl was one of those books that made me happy the entire time I was reading it. It was so cute!

Ninja Girl is a book I will want my daughter to read when she’s older because of how Snow’s character was portrayed. It’s how every female character should be portrayed. Snow was physically and mentally strong, and s
For what it is unique fun empowering it has multiple strong female characters even if they arent physical strong or maybe they look like a trophy wife they are all great examples of strong females. I love the female protag and this was a good mix of pg romance and light hearted mystery which while pretty obvious imo from the get go definitely had spy style and was still worth the read.
Caryn - iam.caryn
Dec 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Considering how much I love Adorkable I was shocked when I ended up loving this one even more!

I love that Ash got his own story. Snow is a badass and I loved her.

Just as fun and fast as Adorkable. Definitely recommend if you want some light reads than you can read in one sitting.
Nov 25, 2019 rated it liked it
Cute story.
Renae Bitor
Apr 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
this book was a cup brimming with fluff, just like those marshmallow fluff shots. i loved all the characters, every single one of em. snow was such a brave, independent girl who could fight like no one else and it was amazing. i utterly adored the pep talks between her and bruce (yall cant tell me u dont talk to inanimate objects as well). ash was just the right amount of playfully cocky and it worked for him. i really enjoyed how the guy was the one who was chasing the girl this time. it was qu ...more
Jun 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The mystery girl from the movies didn’t need all that crap on her face. She was hot without it. A pair of deep brown eyes and full ips flashed through my mind. I shook my head. My girl was a natural beauty-and she’d managed to surprise the hell out of me and my detail. (Okay, only on page 26, and Ash was already calling Snow his girl. I’m having a swooning moment).

“Immensely,” he said. “Distracting you could become one of my favorite pastimes.”

“You’re killing me here, ninja girl.”
I turned to fin
Raelyn Bitor
Apr 15, 2017 rated it really liked it


Snow is one of my favorite female protagonists out in the book world and I literally loved that Ash accepted everything about her - especially the fact that she talked to her Bruce Lee poster - with no questions asked. I want my own Ash and I love how he was chasing after Snow despite her not believing it. I'm s
Jun 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
As a martial artist, I have been looking far and wide for a book that accurately represents female karate students and lets them shine. This book went above and beyond in that aspect. Actually, this book went above and beyond in a lot of areas.
The story at it's roots seems far-fetched but the writing made it seem believable. Ash and Snow had absolutely perfect chemistry. Most of the characters were people of color. Min and Bae were adorable. The mean girl is named Barbie. Snow doesn't fit the Y
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Cookie O'Gorman writes YA & NA romance to give readers a taste of happily-ever-after. Small towns, quirky characters, and the awkward yet beautiful moments in life make up her books. Cookie also has a soft spot for nerds and ninjas. Her novels ADORKABLE, NINJA GIRL, THE UNBELIEVABLE, INCONCEIVABLE, UNFORESEEABLE TRUTH ABOUT ETHAN WILDER, and The Good Girl's Guide to Being Bad are out now! Her firs ...more

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