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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The romance is absolutely swoon-worthy. Lists with This Book. She was no longer tough and resilient. The story Jordan Woods is the Quarterback of the high school football team.
Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – review
She balances her hopes, dreams and the realities of her situation. Please feel free to check in with me there! At the same time, though, football does play a very important role in her book, and I really appreciated the time and effort that Kenneally obviously must have put into researching the subject matter. She wants to be looked at equally as men. Did I mention that was annoying? Her parents are fully aware of that but they approve it. Thanks for the excellent and articulate review.
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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 catchinb, and set it against an incredibly unique and realistically drawn sports background. There were a few reasons I had a hard time falling for this book.
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.
Just not cute or funny.
Catching Jordan was such a great way to end the year of Though some of the kenndally terms quite confuse me because I wasn’t really fan of that sports, it’s still a great read. So whilst I can understand her dad not wanting her to be football player where the level goes up a notch, how kennexlly ignored her and her talent was a crappy thing to do. Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally. But her ultimate best friend is Sam Henry. It just won’t be high on my recommendation list. 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.
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There is just so much I could say about this book. Though he had his own issue, being a ‘man-whore’ and all, whenever it came down to it, he was there for Jordan, until he wasn’t. Jordan also has to deal with an unsupportive father, unrequited love, the pressure of not messing up the state championship like she did last year, and a few sexist people in her life.
Only what I see on movies and books and sometimes ESPN, but I still liked this book with all the football talk and references. And she’s not just any chick, but one that happens to be a kick-ass captain of a high school football team. Ok, she is probably the most oblivious girl ever to walk the planet in a few millennia in matters of the heart but, aside from that, her voice is real, funny, honest and even though I am not sure I can relate to a teen quarterback, she’s one of those characters that are instantly likable, if only for the fact that she’s not afraid to stand up for what she believes in.
The romance was decent. What I didn’t like about her was that she was supposed to represent feminists when in reality she wasn’t feminist, not at all! This was such a sweet, adorable read.
Characters Jordan a tomboy football player who thinks anyone who portrays a remotely feminine quality is a slut or not worth her time. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I really like the characters in this book. She wants to play Ball at Alabama! And LORD, she was naive.
She is 6 feet tall, she has a cannon for an arm, she has cagching respect of her all-male teammates and her coach. Aug 05, Sophie rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved the cover, it totally drew me to the book and even though I thought the premise sounded a little silly I wanted to read it.