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Her dad miganda want her to play and won’t support her, the university of Alabama won’t let her play, and ultimately she gets ridiculed for loving football.

This is the first book I’ve read that has made me laugh to the point of tears I’m so glad I wasn’t in public and now that it’s over, my heart is so filled that I desperately want to hug this book, marry it, and have it’s babies! Catching Jordan caught me off guard by how much I liked it, and with its twists and turns! He was her best friend and he supported and loved her for who she was, and their friendship was so strong.

Henry was a darling though. When Ty arrives, Jordan is immediately flustered around him which is a first for her.

Though he had his own issue, being a ‘man-whore’ and all, whenever it jorean down to it, he was there for Jordan, until he wasn’t. I was really looking forward to reading and falling head over heels for Catching Jordon. Jordan was just such a boy. It’s fun, fun, fun.

Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

The only precaution they did is to say that Jordan and Harry can’t sleep head to head, but have to sleep head to legs. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Once they hooked up he kind of disappears from the story, even though they were still sleeping together…I mean dating.


I’ll definitely be reading all other titles by Kenneally, if for nothing else but to catch a glimpse of Jordan view spoiler [and Henry hide spoiler ] again. Your heart breaks right along with hers in a few places.

I’m really glad that she discovered this, and that she finally had some girl friends. Hate that girl Kristen!! All of the above. I’ve already put the next two books of this series on hold, so I’m definitely continuing on with this series! It’s irresistibly compelling, funny, and it comes with a perfectly satisfying ending and surprising depth.

It just felt waayyyyyy to rushed for the sort of girl that she was hide spoiler ] View all 4 comments. 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 visiting family.

I didn’t want it to end. I’ll admit that it may not be the most creative writing style, but it was simplistic catcing compelling hard to put this book down. There’s mirwnda one more thing third to be precise thing I didn’t like: I didn’t like how she treated those girls in the beginning the same way I didn’t like how the book portrayed cheerleaders, as stupid, shallow or mean.

Jordan overcomes so much in this book; she’s driven and passionate which makes it easy to like her. I liked this quote: But if you feel that might not be enough for you, let me assure you this book is also freaking hilarious. Lurve triangle at its worst. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.


Read this and more reviews on my blog: Not just the love chemistry either. You were breaking it long before I even knew how you felt. Jordan is the star quarterback for the Hundred Oaks Red Raiders, her dream is to play for Alabama; the best football team in the country.

I loved Jordan’s relationship with her family, her mother was such a sweet-heart, always being there for Jordan and supporting her. She’s tough, persistent and supportive. And then I though, oh gosh, is Henry in for a chance here? This is all because Jordan is a girl.

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I just feel like Jordan was not a very solid character. I had fun reading Catching Jordan because the writing is keneallly and I was absorbed in the familiarity of the characters.

She didn’t have any defining traits or personality, other than: Write a customer review. Jordan commands the respect and friendship of the players, but Jordan has a lot to live up to. You will most likely see her reading for those happy endings in her favorite genres, such as Contemporary Romance, NA, and Fantasy. 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.

None of them stood out to me to any significant degree. I loved the relationship between Jordan and her teammates. She wants to talk about her recent crush, vent about not being supported by her dad, and someone to teach her how she’s supposed to kiss.