I simply adored this book; it left me with a huge goofy smile on my face, tears in my eyes from laughing so much and just tore my heart into tiny shreds. And the romance would’ve been enjoyable yet entirely unmemorable had Kenneally not added the greatest twist ever to it. Is it likely a girl could quarter back for a D-1 school? Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. I want brothers like them.

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I love how these two bond and throw each others banters.

miranda kenneally catching jordan

She is one badass girl who plays rugby better then any guy in her team, she is the only female member of her team and she is one of the guys. Jordan is so not interested in all that! They’re always sleeping with each other, the football team is always talking about sex.

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.

Book 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.

Ty- I jjordan started to like Ty when he first came, I even felt sorry for him and then became all boyfriendy and it pissed me off – but yeah that’s what was supposed to happen so well done there Miranda!

She balances her hopes, dreams and the realities of her situa Catching Jordan does not do justice to the YA genre, lurve triangles, college football or girls who aspire to play traditional “boy” sports.


miranda kenneally catching jordan

This book caught me It was so great there can be a tough girl that plays and love kennealy, with tough guy mates that respect her and she can still be a girl.

Jun 21, Wendy Darling rated it did not like it Shelves: So supportive and wonderful and gah, I wanted to cry.

miranda kenneally catching jordan

Want to tell the world about a book you’ve read? I liked the ending and the whole story, which I will not disclose because spoilers. And then, as mentioned before, the other football guys.

She had to be the special snowflake.

I want more books like Catching Jordan, and can’t wait for Miranda Kenneally’s next novel -Stealing Parker -to be out! That doesn’t make her not a lady, just a lady with different preferences. In the long run, it did have a good message, and I loved how the main character was so self-empowering and independent. For the first half of this book, I’m all in.

Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – review

I was happy with how their relationship was resolved, and in fact I was pretty happy with how all the plots were tied up together. Kenneeally was really disappointed that she started sleeping with Ty. It was definitely not what I had expected from the blurb, and yes, it did kind of read jjordan a Wattpad story which it wasso but it was an enjoyable read nonetheless. She wants to be looked at equally as men. That all changes when there’s a new transfer in town, whom she actually starts developing “girly” feelings for.


Easy to Read, Enjoyable, Well-Written This is a fun story about a female quarterback who has dreams of playing mitanda ball. BUT I really liked the main character Jordan.

She was no longer tough and resilient. I think guys should be guys and girls should be girls.

Catching Jordan (Hundred Oaks, book 1) by Miranda Kenneally

However, there are two very refreshing exceptions to that rule in this book. What kennwally doesn’t want to be surrounded by gorgeous jocks day in and day out? I honestly can’t tell kenneaally why this group of characters and plot line have stayed in my head for the past four years. I love Jordan’s relationship with the guys on her football team and how eknneally aren’t sexist towards her for being a girl — they treat her equally.

All the guys on her team respect her and are good friends with her. I started this last night and I am instantly hooked with it. 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.