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While Cagching liked parts of Ty and Jordan’s relationship, I really couldn’t ‘ship’ it. ClairBarrons and now Henry? And I developed a crush on Sam Henry. I’ve never seen a cheerleader in my life but I guess the stereotype is what bothers me. She worries she’ll lose focus on her goal of getting a scholarship, and p 4. He doesn’t watch, talk or play with Jordan.
She’s tough, persistent and supportive. I really like the characters in this book. Overall, the concept was great and I liked the whole theme of girl football player trying to beat the odds in addition to the teenage concepts as they relate to friendship, loyalty and first love… All very promising, but when the final play was delivered I sort of let my poms poms fall to the floor feeling disappointed in the story. Is it to be a strong girl you have to give up all feminine qualities and act like a guy?
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. Not to say this isn’t a bad book, it’s a quick read to indulge in while between books or feeling a slump coming. 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.
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In Dairy Queenprotagonist DJ Schwenk struggles with the reality of a girl playing a tough, physical boy sport. But our straight-up jock, never-been-kissed and doesn’t-have-the-slightest-idea-how main character abandons all hesitation when new, hot, one-dimensional Ty Green shows up on the field as mkranda back-up quarterback. Works of this class, as novels or short stories: Sam Miransa or Ty Green?
So with all that being said, I can assure you that Miranda Kenneally has gained yet another fan in me. First of all, a girl playing football?!
My intention, when I started reading this a little after ten o’clock last night, was to read a couple chapters and go to bed. I waited until Henri stopped acting like a childish man whore yeah, that exists, apparently He did, but too late. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page jkrdan of 1.
Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally
Yes there were stereotypes, but it was still different. That doesn’t make her not a lady, just a lady with different preferences.
She wants to be looked at equally as men. Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally is a light-hearted romance novel. She doesn’t want to fall in love now. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. I didn’t write the next day. I was afraid the account catchibg an almost 18 year old girl discovering love for the first time would come across as unconvincing or implausible, but I could completely relate to Catxhing and her problems and feelings.
I don’t care if her best friend is the spitting image of Johnny Depp circa Crybaby, the fact that he’s put his coin roll into like, EVERY game at the arcade is not attractive. I’m not even sure this book had a meaningful impact on me at the time.
Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – review
Kenneally rocked that balance. In the beginning, I seriously thought the narrator was a male. Though, everything was kind of annoying.
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 kenewlly 4.