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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Not just the love chemistry either. Jordan has a dream to play rugby professionally and to go to study to Alabama where all the best rugby players go.

It’s so so so much more; It’s about going for your dreams, overcoming obstacles and never giving up mirahda they will happen.

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. Jordan doesn’t want to be among the list of one-night-stands. About rhapsodyinbooks We’re into reading, politics, and intellectual exchanges. Want to tell the world about a book you’ve read? Not because a book might not be worthy, but be Buy this book on: I hated it – it was so bad.

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The main character in this novel is a chick named Jordan. You learn that she likes “guy stuff”, despises being a “girly-girl” and gets along better with the opposite sex. I have nothing more to say.


And this book is filled with wonderfully depicted relationships of all sorts, from friendships, romantic relationships, to the different flavours of relationships between family members. The writing was all over the place in some parts and left me, yet againrolling my eyes at a bulk of this book. As long as she gets her athletic scholarship to a powerhouse university. You will most likely see her reading for those happy endings in her favorite genres, such as Contemporary Romance, NA, and Fantasy.

Although at times she doesn’t act it. Shorter than me; 2. Can you imagine having a bunch of football pla 2. This was a nice surprise! Her father, Donovan Woods, is the starting quarterback for the Tennessee Titans.

Admittedly Jordan isn’t a fan of shopping and dresses, but neither am I really! They constantly have Jordan’s back and are always taking care of her. I don’t know if it’s the sweet taste of summer, refreshingly different way of approaching a YA romance, or the insanely cool characters and the fantastic relationship between them, but I absolutely couldn’t get enough of this book.

Jordan’s life long goal is to get a football scholarship to the University of Alabama — the best football college in the country.

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But if you feel that might not be enough for you, let me assure you this book is also freaking hilarious. All in all, I was so happy I found this book by total accident. Email required Address never made public. They are so sweet and adorable together. Ignoring his best friend and sleeping with a bunch jordwn girls despite being in love with her was so immature. For talented football playing boys??? Oct 24, Rachel Harris rated it it was amazing Shelves: She worries she’ll catchin focus on her goal of getting a scholarship, and p 4.


He seems to only have eyes for Jordan. There’s not really that much involving drugs, if I remember correctly.

Besides that, while I feel like Catching Jordan had a great start, towards the middle and end I didn’t feel like the book was going anywhere. She doesn’t even know how to kiss let alone being a virgin.

Catching Jordan

The romance is absolutely swoon-worthy. I want more books like Catching Kenbeally, and can’t wait for Miranda Kenneally’s next novel -Stealing Parker -to be out! Catching Jordan does not do justice to the YA genre, lurve triangles, college football or girls who aspire to play traditional “boy” sports. First of all, I wanna make it very clear that in this corner of the world, whenever you say football you’re talking about this baby: Jordan doesn’t want to fall for him because it means he has a chance of taking her position and her scholarship away from her.

The act of feigning, inventing, or imagining. In the beginning, I seriously thought the narrator was a male. Lurve triangle at its worst.