ONE OF THE BOYS What girl doesn’t want to be surrounded by gorgeous jocks day in and day out? Jordan Woods isn’t just surrounded by hot guys, though-she . Miranda Kenneally! *applause*. 1-First tell, introduce us to Catching Jordan. Catching Jordan is the story of a year-old girl who is captain. Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally is a light-hearted romance novel. Jordan is the captain and quarterback of her school’s football team.
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Leave out all the swearing and sex and I probably would have given this a 4 star rating. They are jealous and petty; constantly giving Jordan a hard time. I wish I could have liked Jordan more, which is one I was skimming through all the positive reviews of this book and kept wondering if I read the same book.
Trivia About Catching Jordan. I didn’t want it to end. He trys out for the football team, he is also a QB.
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Admittedly Jordan isn’t a fan of shopping and dresses, but neither am I really! It’s almost Christmas and Jordan knows exactly what she wants to get for Henry. I liked the storyline of the book, the uniqueness of Jordan’s character liked her honesty but she lacked a bit of maturitythe football references even though I’m not a football fanJordan’s relationships with the guys on her team I loved that her best friends were guys who loved her and looked out for herher best friend Sam Henry even though he was a wussy tramp at timesdevelopment of friendships with girls, her supportive brother, and resolution in relationsh It was an okay read.
I loved the cover, it totally caatching me to the book and even though I thought the premise sounded a little silly I wanted to read it. I really like the characters in this book. What I loved so much — apart from the heroine — is that this YA book felt the most natural in terms of teenage behaviour and their maturity.
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Not a single thing about this book could be called ordinary or predictable. This was a nice surprise! I can guarantee that her books will be on my insta-buy list from this moment on.
My dear friend Jasmin and I decided it was about time for us to do another buddy keneally together and Catching Jordan was the book we chose was the perfect choice, because we always buddy read YA miranea NA contemporary. You want a wonderful book with a strong-minded heroin who plays football? Thankfully, Catching Jordan offers a perfect blend of romance and action.
The guys were both funny and hot, there was the right blend of realistically bitchy girls and girl next door fun, and the protagonist was so completely endearing and likable. For more reviews, visit my blog: The more I think about it, the less I liked it.
What can I say, I can relate to this book I know, I know! And the romance would’ve been enjoyable yet entirely unmemorable had Kenneally not added the greatest twist ever to it.
Refresh and try again. Lurve triangle at its worst. The end result was stunning, and while she didn’t exactly make me want to pick up a ball and run around the field with a bunch of jocks, I might actually watch some games on TV, and whenever I will, I will think of Catching Jordan. Plot I mean – what plot at the end of the day? Shorter than me; 2.
Her best friends are guys: It was a bit soap opera catxhing, cliche, and our leads seemed ridiculous with some of their actions to the point I couldn’t stop rolling my eyes. Catching Jordan is the first book in Hundred Oaks series and it follows Jordan and her friends who play football or like I prefer to call it, American rugby, because you know, us people from Europe prefer another sport called football.
Jun 30, Kels rated it liked it Shelves: All the guys on her team respect her and are good friends with her.
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Sam and Jordan were beautiful from page jodan, and even without knowing what happens, you could see the romantic and emotional connection between them from the very beginning. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Kenneally gives just enough football-related details to keep the reader interested and well-entertained, but not too much as to put them off.
The author made me permanently dislike Sam because, you have to ask yourself: Jan 18, Jenny – Book Sojourner rated it it was ok Shelves: Jordan was shallow, the story line was unrealistic. I liked the ending and the whole story, which I will not disclose because spoilers.