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Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally
Characters Jordan a tomboy football player who thinks anyone who portrays a remotely feminine quality is a slut or not worth her time. She feels that, because she is on the football team, she can’t enjoy ‘girly’ things as they’ll make her seem weak. Mar 07, Jen rated it it was ok Shelves: View all 22 comments.
But they fight in the novel and she finds comfort jordam Ty.
I thought the writing was okay. Not all of them were boys ; That’s right! I also didn’t care for neither of the love interests, because let’s be real: I would love to have friends like these guys!
I mean 15 was a time where I didn’t really know who I was as a person, so maybe that’s why I enjoyed it so much.
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I loved how she could hang out with both girls and guys comfortably. A connection is deeply felt between all of the characters: Two things worked particularly well for me: Thanks, I appreciate the feedback: I think guys should be jorean and girls should be girls.
If you like love stories that are just as sweet and charming as they are clever and memorable, you’ll definitely appreciate this one.
So it is accepted that she is a kick ass football player, despite being a girl. This book was simply awesome. That’s not to say that I didn’t like her guy friends, though. Jordan can definitely shake hands and go eat some wings with DJ, rest assured.
Nov 17, Giselle rated it it was amazing Shelves: There weren’t too many flaws, and I had no trouble getting through it. Admittedly Jordan isn’t a fan catcuing shopping and dresses, but neither am I really!
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 kkeneally girls, her supportive brother, and resolution in relationsh It was an okay read.
Hundred Oaks is one of my favourite contemporary series, and everyone should read at least one of them during their life, as they aren’t just about cute, fluffy mitanda, but actual real issues prevalent in today’s society.
I don’t think so! I love Jordan’s relationship with the guys on her football team and how they aren’t sexist towards her for being a girl — they treat her equally. Lots of casual sex although no details. It was a fun read with characters that I feel are very memorable. For the first half of this book, Catchinh all in. To ask other readers questions about Catching Jordanplease sign cacthing.
Just because she doesn’t act like a girl doesn’t mean she doesn’t have the heart of a girl! And so Jordan comes up with a plan.
Catching Jordan (Hundred Oaks, book 1) by Miranda Kenneally
Jordan is a Quarterback, the captain of her team and — a girl. Ty looks like Chace Crawford? One day she’s shying away from Ty’s kisses to demanding his ownership of a condom the next. Oh, but there is a pattern here I think!
They never pick the best friend!!! I always admire sporty female characters who can play with guys. There were a few reasons I had a hard time falling for this book. She balances her hopes, dreams and the realities of her situation. Although at times she doesn’t act it. His friendship with Jordan was one of the best ones I have come across.
I think he was right most of the times and everytime Jordan had problems with his behaviour, I was on his side.