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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She says she loves football and wants to play football Jordan’s relationship is different with each one but they are all rock solid. And I didn’t like the way the author tried to convince me Ty wasn’t for her just jordzn making him look like a jerk in the end. May 11, Katie McGarry rated it it was amazing.
And I loved that about this story. I haven’t liked a male teen character this much since Tucker Avery in Unearthly. Not because a book might not be worthy, but because a book is never perfect.
Her father is great Alan Woods, one of the best rugby players in America. Anyways, I really liked kenneallh. He trys out for the football team, he is also a QB. Tyler is pretty cool. However, there are two very refreshing exceptions to that rule in this book.
Catching Jordan (Hundred Oaks, book 1) by Miranda Kenneally
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Shorter than me; 2. All the guys on her team treat her with respect and adorable brotherly protectiveness. Jordan is well liked. I kind of thought their relationship krnneally very fast too, perhaps a bit too fast. Enter Ty Green, just transferring from Texas. Jan 18, Jenny – Book Sojourner rated it it was ok Shelves: Her dream is to go to Alabama and play college football, and for her dad, the ‘great’ Donovan Woods, to go to her games, and finally be happy for her.
Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally
It’s irresistibly compelling, funny, and it comes with a perfectly satisfying ending and surprising depth. Jordan overcomes so much in this book; she’s driven and passionate which makes it easy to like her. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. And I also feel like Jordan’s character fell apart once she got in a relationship. They’re supportive and protective of her. View all 4 comments. So while a girl may be able to compete with some guys, in the end guys are bigger, have more muscle mass and therefore more strength.
She obviously had issues with her father, and I like how that played out, as well.
Don’t let yourself be misled by the footballish theme because, even though it is, in fact, about playing ball, it never gets too much or too technical.
Too many stereotypes and misconceptions were jofdan out there for me to just let it slide. Catching Jordan was such a great way to end the year of I bet my daughter and I would love to read this one and talk about it. Not a tomboy, but a boy.
Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – review
This was such a sweet, charming, funny and mood-lifting Christmas-y novella. But if you feel that might not be enough for you, let me assure you this book is also freaking hilarious.
In Dairy Queenprotagonist DJ Schwenk struggles with datching reality of a girl playing a tough, physical boy sport. This is another one I had to stay up late to finish. Crazy for Young A F Last page impression: I just feel like Jordan was not a very solid character. On my team; 4. Your heart breaks right along with hers in a few places.
Let alone a girl?