Miranda Kenneally! *applause*. 1-First tell, introduce us to Catching Jordan. Catching Jordan is the story of a year-old girl who is captain. 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 . Jordan Woods is in her senior year at Hundred Oaks High in Franklin, Tennessee . She is unusual not only in that she tops six feet in height, but.
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Read this and more reviews on my blog: View all 5 comments. In so many ways, it is an entirely different game.
And she does it with such skill and conviction, it’s absolutely enthralling. I connected with Jordan immediately – she made me laugh and cry. I don’t think so! The only reason I rated this 4. Your heart breaks right along with hers in a few places. Her best friend since she was 7 is Sam Henry All the guys are mainly called by their surname in the whole book but sometimes Sam gets Sam and Henry Also JJ and Carter make up their own small little posse.
Catcning father is great Alan Woods, one of the best rugby players in America. Jordan can definitely mordan hands miarnda go eat some wings with DJ, rest assured. Overall, Catching Jordan was a realistic and highly entertaining account of first love and growing up. If you catch my drift. I didn’t like the immaturity of Jordan’s character why does she fall apart with the look of one cute guy?
Her best friends are guys: The guys were both funny and hot, catcihng was the right blend of realistically bitchy girls and girl next door fun, and the protagonist was so completely endearing and likable.
And this book is filled with wonderfully depicted relationships cacthing all sorts, from friendships, romantic relationships, to the different flavours of relationships between family members. P And those are my two cents! Just because she doesn’t act like a girl doesn’t mean she doesn’t have the heart of a girl!
View all 11 comments. On the other end of the spectrum you have the girls. She made me feel her heart flutter and then break. As long as she gets niranda athletic scholarship to a powerhouse university.
Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally
It’s also free if you don’t mind ebook formats on Wattpad. I was skimming through all the positive reviews of this book and kept wondering if I read the same book.
About rhapsodyinbooks We’re into reading, politics, and intellectual exchanges. One day she’s shying away from Ty’s kisses to demanding his ownership of a condom the next. There’s no much here.
Moving on to the actual book, and not ramblings from my mind, Catching Jordan is a fast paced book that can easily be read in one sitting. She obviously had issues with her father, kenneallyy I like how that played out, as well. Jun 21, Wendy Darling rated it did not like it Shelves: Too many joran cheerleaders are Evil, you know?
Her leadership and toughness just made admire her. I did like that Jordan finds two girl friends in the end. She doesn’t even know how to kiss let alone being a virgin.
I always admire sporty female charact This book has been on my TBR for ages and I’m so glad that I’ve finally read this.
That doesn’t make her not a lady, just a lady with different preferences. Books by Miranda Kenneally. And I also feel like Jordan’s character fell apart once she got in a relationship.
There weren’t too many flaws, and I had no trouble getting through it. I’m not even sure this book had a meaningful impact on me at the time. Relaxing, refreshing, obviously light, there might have been a passage or two involving a fake baby that had me stifling my laughter mirajda to wake the kids. I didn’t like it, not at all!
It was a bit soap opera like, cliche, and our leads seemed ridiculous with some of their actions to the point I couldn’t stop rolling my eyes.
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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: When it comes to love triangles, I’d rather step on a lego. I know we see more of them in further books, and I honestly can’t wait to read the others, especially Jesse’s Girlfor this reason. On that note, author Miranda Kenneally clearly has a beef with Ohio State