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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Ty is possessive and controlling, and Henry is a complete sleaze. Pamela Hubbard This is a fiction book: As a result, her best friends are all guys, they appreciate her, and watch her back in a way.
The story Jordan Woods is the Quarterback of the high school football team.
For more reviews, cattching my blog: He was the best friend turned lover, which is a bit annoying considering I just want a platonic female and male relationship. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! May 11, Katie McGarry rated it it was amazing. He was her best friend and he supported and loved her for who she was, and their friendship was so strong. But everything she’s ever worked for is threatened when Ty Green moves to her school.
She had to be the special snowflake. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It’s not that this story is well written, it’s not.
Though, everything was kind of annoying. Even if he was just kidding.
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Honestly, for a much cuter, much funnier, much more poignant, mirqnda version of this story, try Dairy Queen. 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. For the majority of the book, she can’t stand being around other girls, especially the cheerleaders, and doesn’treally have much in common with them.
I waited until Ty stopped acting like a control freak.
They’ve ALL got this girl’s back. His friendship with Jordan was one of miradna best ones I have come catcning. As much as possible she doesn’t want to date any of her teammates because she might lose her concentration. Miranda loves Twitter, Star Trek and her husband. As you can probably tell from the fact that I stayed up reading all night, Ms. It’s nice to see her get out of her comfort zone and give a few of them a chance.
I consider myself a sport enthusiastic, the kind who watches it, never plays it so I got into this book with the same excitement I’d read the Dairy Queen series. She did a thorough job, exploring both the glamorous and exciting side of an athlete’s life, as well as the darker side, filled with tears, sweat, frustration and struggles.
Plus, there are cows! I was actually annoyed that I decided to read it over the Christmas break, as I either had endless family members over or had to go out 4. They all see her as one of the guys and that’s just fine. I don’t answer direct messages, but do answer questions on Goodreads and Twitter.
I always admire sporty female characters who can play with guys. Another super fast read from Miranda Kineally that had me swooning. Miranda Kennneally pulled off something incredibly difficult – she wrote a beautiful and heart-warming tale of love and friendship, infused with vivid emotions, meaningful thoughts and inspirational messages, and set it against an incredibly unique and realistically drawn sports background.
The romance is absolutely swoon-worthy. And LORD, she was naive. Ccatching was really looking forward to reading and falling head over heels for Catching Jordon.
Oct 08, Irena rated it liked it. On my team; 4.
Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally
She’s tough, persistent and supportive. ClairBarrons and now Henry? Girls can do anything boys can do. Sep 11, Dija rated it really liked it Shelves: Can you imagine having a bunch of football pla 2. Oct 24, Rachel Harris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Even if you aren’t into sports – like me – or know nothing about football – like me – don’t even hesitate to pick it up. I’ve never seen a cheerleader in my life but Cattching guess the stereotype is what bothers me.
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