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Read Catching Jordan (Hundred Oaks #1) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. Catching Jordan is a Young Adult novel by Miranda Kenneally. "Whoever said football and girls don't mix hasn't read Catching Jordan. Kindle Book; OverDrive Read; Adobe PDF eBook MB; Adobe EPUB eBook 1 MB Growing up in Tennessee, MIRANDA KENNEALLY dreamed of becoming an. Jordan Woods isn't just surrounded by hot guys, though-she leads them as the captain and quarterback of her high school football team. But everything she's ever worked for is threatened when Ty Green moves to her school. "Whoever said football and girls don't mix hasn't read.
I loved her friendships with her teammates! Jordan also knows exactly how the guys on her team treat girls, hooking-up and using them for sex, with no regard for their feelings. See, Catching Jordan is not only entirely original and compulsively readable, it's also intelligent, gorgeously mood-lifting, and infused with energy so positive that by the time you reach its last page you'll be clapping, dancing, and performing various unpredictable stunts around the house. Clair , Barrons and now Henry? The reviews were looking positive, my book club was enjoying this, and I was getting the whole D. I found this read refreshing. Yes, there was a bit of a tragedy there, I understand that, but he was too much of a drama queen for my taste.
OK, i got tired of repeting it as writing on ipad is so not fun and I guess that you got my point by now: This book was so damn fun to read!
Actual Review: Ha-haa, what a fun way to spend the evening.
This book was amazingly cute, and the characters too adorable for words. F Last page impression: From Jordan and Henry, to JJ, Carter, Ty and the girls, and even the family members — they were all so great that I wished for them to be part of my life.
They filled my day with their jokes and their joy and for a moment, between laughs, they made me miss my old friends from high school. Anyways, I really liked her. She had this optimism like an aura around her words, and even with all her insecurities and her problems she seemed to know where she was standing and she seemed to be enjoying her life.
She was like: And I was like: Because we all make mistakes. I wanted to stuck him and Jordan in a room for 7 minutes even though they need more than 7 to figure out what was wrong with them.
Anyways, I liked how Henry supported Jordan with everything, even when supporting her was breaking his heart. He was a good friend.. But at the end he was cute again, thanks god! Yes, there was a bit of a tragedy there, I understand that, but he was too much of a drama queen for my taste. The fact is that he remained a mystery to me, and not one that I wanted to uncover. Guys and girls.
They were awesome and cute, and they had their own moments to star in the story and I laughed like crazy at their jokes. They were so.. The dialogue was realistic and fun, and they made me want to know more about them e. Also, helping Ty and his family was so nice of them. You know what I think about dreams?
Sweet moments: ARC from the publisher, via Netgalley. Thank you! View all 22 comments. Jan 18, Jenny - Book Sojourner rated it it was ok Shelves: It was an okay read. I liked the storyline of the book, the uniqueness of Jordan's character liked her honesty but she lacked a bit of maturity , the football references even though I'm not a football fan , Jordan's relationships with the guys on her team I loved that her best friends were guys who loved her and looked out for her , her best friend Sam Henry even though he was a wussy tramp at times , development of friendships with girls, her supportive brother, and resolution in relationsh It was an okay read.
I liked the storyline of the book, the uniqueness of Jordan's character liked her honesty but she lacked a bit of maturity , the football references even though I'm not a football fan , Jordan's relationships with the guys on her team I loved that her best friends were guys who loved her and looked out for her , her best friend Sam Henry even though he was a wussy tramp at times , development of friendships with girls, her supportive brother, and resolution in relationship with her dad.
I didn't like the immaturity of Jordan's character why does she fall apart with the look of one cute guy? The more I think about it, the less I liked it. Bottomline, I really didn't connect with the characters and the more I think about it, I didn't care much for them or the story development.
View all 13 comments. May 11, Katie McGarry rated it it was amazing. I'm a night reader. After I'm done for the day, I take a shower, lay in bed, and read for about an hour.
But not with this book. I stayed up. I didn't write the next day. I read. The story, the characters, it hooked me. And I developed a crush on Sam Henry. Just sayin'. From, Katie. View all 5 comments. Jun 11, Megan rated it did not like it Shelves: Catching Jordan does not do justice to the YA genre, lurve triangles, college football or girls who aspire to play traditional "boy" sports.
For a better, I mean completely different league better, book about a girl who plays football, pick up Dairy Queen and forget this one. In Dairy Queen , protagonist DJ Schwenk struggles with the reality of a girl playing a tough, physical boy sport. She deals with different degrees of acceptance. 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.
She balances her hopes, dreams and the realities of her situation. Unlike Jordan here. Not only is her dad a NFL hero, but in college he was a two-time Heisman trophy winner. The man who happens to be the only real life two time Heisman winner, and an alumni of The Ohio State University!
On that note, author Miranda Kenneally clearly has a beef with Ohio State P At any rate Her dad is a football hero. Her brother is doing quite well in college ball. And Jordan herself has been her town's star quarterback since she was in grade school. So it is accepted that she is a kick ass football player, despite being a girl. Uh huh. I get it. Girls can do anything boys can do. Sorry ladies. But physically girls simply don't measure up. We don't. So while a girl may be able to compete with some guys, in the end guys are bigger, have more muscle mass and therefore more strength.
Yet Jordan seems to think that she has a shot at winning a full football scholarship at a Division I-A football school. Do you know how very difficult that is? For talented football playing boys??? Let alone a girl? She says she loves football and wants to play football But why must she go to the best of the best?
To compete in a sport in which girls can't possibly compete? What the fuck is wrong with going to a smaller school? Do you know how many high school kids may be hometown or even statewide heroes and have to make the heartbreaking decision between accepting a scholarship to a Division I-A school and probably not getting field time because of the talent and the competition When boys, talented boys, are faced with this decision So many high school stars simply fizzle out when it comes to college ball.
And the transition from college to NFL is an even greater one. In so many ways, it is an entirely different game. Clearly, LOL. As for the lurve aspect Jordan was shallow, the story line was unrealistic. Lurve triangle at its worst. Sorry, but there was nothing redeemable or enjoyable about this story. View all 16 comments. Jul 08, Camila, the opinionated Catruler rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm sick. I'm lazy. Go away. So this is She's The Man View all 12 comments. Sep 09, Arlene rated it liked it Recommended to Arlene by: When unrequited love is the most expensive thing on the menu, sometimes you settle for the daily special.
Oh football fumble! I was really looking forward to reading and falling head over heels for Catching Jordon. The reviews were looking positive, my book club was enjoying this, and I was getting the whole D. Schwenk vibe just by reading the book jacket. But after finishing this book, the score is Dairy Queen 5 stars, Catching Jordon 3 stars. Jordon also has a great chance at making full scholarship with Alabama, and her football stats have never looked better.
But, that all changes when Tyler Green walks on the field and threatens to steal her position and heart faster than she can pass the football to her wide receiver. There were a few reasons I had a hard time falling for this book. First and foremost, I felt character confusion. Also, I was never quite sure if I was suppose to fall for Ty, but there was just something about him that left me feeling cold about this character. None of them stood out to me to any significant degree.
Next, I was bothered by the way Pop Warner Football and Cheerleaders in general were portrayed in this book. Too many stereotypes and misconceptions were thrown out there for me to just let it slide.
Lastly, I don't like it when characters use physical force to get their point across That just rubs me the wrong way. Just not cute or funny. 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.
View all 36 comments. Nov 10, Rashika is tired rated it did not like it Recommended to Rashika is tired by: Megan The Book Babe. First of all, I wanna make it very clear that in this corner of the world, whenever you say football you're talking about this baby: However, I must admit that after watching the entire five seasons of Friday Night Lights I've grown fond of american football even if I still have no clue how to play it.
I consider myself a sport enthusiastic, the kind who watches it, never plays it so I got into this book with the same excitement I'd read the Dairy Queen series.
I'm not sure if the first installm First of all, I wanna make it very clear that in this corner of the world, whenever you say football you're talking about this baby: I'm not sure if the first installment in the Hundred Oaks series filled my expectations, though. Sport wise? There's no much here.
I enjoy reading these stories because I'll never understand how this college thing works in the States. Here we've got it too easy I think, so it's difficult for me to imagine the struggle kids go through in their final year of high school. Jordan not only loves football but has the privilege of being the team leader of the most unique bunch of guys ever with the pressure of getting a scholarship.
I had fun reading Catching Jordan because the writing is simple and I was absorbed in the familiarity of the characters. For the first half of this book, I'm all in. And when I say the first half, I mean Henry. Oh, boy. They are so sweet and adorable together. And I think the story works for me because of their friendship, the history they share, the anecdotes, the banter and silly games.
They're pretty much Barney and Robin! When it comes to love triangles, I'd rather step on a lego. Yet, this was not the case. I'm no Sherlock but I think the resolution was very clear since the very beginning so it did bothered me how much time it took Jordan to realize not what she had to do but when to do it.
I'm too old for the angsty shit. I really liked the way sex isn't the Holy Grail in Jordan's life. I loved the relationship between Jordan and her teammates.
It was great to see her surrounded by a supporting family even if dad took his time to do it. I did like that Jordan finds two girl friends in the end. 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. I've never seen a cheerleader in my life but I guess the stereotype is what bothers me. I'm no cheerleader and I'm shallow and mean whenever I want to be, so And I didn't like the way the author tried to convince me Ty wasn't for her just by making him look like a jerk in the end.
All in all, it was a fun, one-sit read but not sure if it was a memorable one. View all 21 comments. Jun 21, Wendy Darling rated it did not like it Shelves: Honestly, for a much cuter, much funnier, much more poignant, non-shallow version of this story, try Dairy Queen.
Plus, there are cows! Aug 01, Tough Critic Book Reviews rated it really liked it. What can I say, I can relate to this book Yes people, there are girls out there that play football. And yes, they're good.
I was starting right tackle and middle linebacker for my team leading in tackles and sacks. I guess what bothers me about some of the reviews is they're bashing the book for being unrealistic. Can a girl play football? Is it likely a girl could quarter back for a D-1 school? The class of literature comprising works of imaginative narration, especially in prose form. Works of this class, as novels or short stories: Something feigned, invented, or imagined; a made-up story: We've all heard the fiction of her being in delicate health.
The act of feigning, inventing, or imagining. Isn't reading improbable or unlikely situations what makes reading fun? Standing at almost 5'll myself, growing up an undoubtable tom-boy, loving sports, and having more guy friends than girl friends makes me feel a kinship to Jordan.
I have personally lived alot of what she went through so let me tell you what is real about this story. The bond between teammates is something only an athlete can understand; it's a family. In Catching Jordan that bond is wonderfully portrayed. I loved her friendships with her teammates! They constantly have Jordan's back and are always taking care of her.
On the other end of the spectrum you have the girls. Most girls are quite catty when it comes to other girls that make them feel threatened. Jordan gets a lot of attention from playing football and has a bond with the guys that the other girls don't. They are jealous and petty; constantly giving Jordan a hard time.
However, there are two very refreshing exceptions to that rule in this book. It's not Jordan's fault that she relates more to the guys than girls. Past experiences have lead her to completely shut the same sex out; she feels like they're all the same. It's nice to see her get out of her comfort zone and give a few of them a chance. I adored everything about Catching Jordan especially Sam Henry.
I get ridiculously giddy and excited when it comes to life-long friendships between the opposite sex. I fell head-over-heels in love with the relationship between Sam and Jordan. However, I wasn't a huge fan of Ty. Partly because I'm not a fan of love triangles and partly because he was such a complete weeny!
I just wanted to smack him! Jordan overcomes so much in this book; she's driven and passionate which makes it easy to like her. You learn that she likes "guy stuff", despises being a "girly-girl" and gets along better with the opposite sex. Just because she doesn't act like a girl doesn't mean she doesn't have the heart of a girl!
View all 11 comments. Such a great comfort book for rainy days like today here. I looked at Catching Jordan with my "snarky eyes" - if there is such a thing - for a good part of it, to be honest. First of all, a girl playing football?! How can you write a book about a girl playing football after DJ Schwenk in Dairy Queen and not expect to be mercilessly subjected to comparison with that winning series?
Ok, the plots differ but, at the end of the day, they're both about the coming of age of two girls chasing their dr Such a great comfort book for rainy days like today here. Ok, the plots differ but, at the end of the day, they're both about the coming of age of two girls chasing their dreams. Surprisingly, Catching Jordan is far from unmemorable, in my opinion.
What makes it stand out from the mass of mediocrity and triteness? Two things worked particularly well for me: Jordan can definitely shake hands and go eat some wings with DJ, rest assured. 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.
Plus, she's one of those girls that feel more comfortable hanging out with guys rather than with girls and with that I can totally relate. Ok, let me clear my voice now Ty looks like Chace Crawford?
Ty, WHO? This guy can easily compete for the swoon-worthy crush title any day of the year, as far as I'm concerned I haven't liked a male teen character this much since Tucker Avery in Unearthly. Enough said. But if you feel that might not be enough for you, let me assure you this book is also freaking hilarious. It's fun, fun, fun. Relaxing, refreshing, obviously light, there might have been a passage or two involving a fake baby that had me stifling my laughter not to wake the kids.
Of course it's also not perfect. Still, I am sure this book will see a lot of readers satisfied and entertained; just look at the ratings. Don't let yourself be misled by the footballish theme because, even though it is, in fact, about playing ball, it never gets too much or too technical. For this review and more check out The Nocturnal Library. Oct 08, Irena rated it liked it.
My dear friend Jasmin and I decided it was about time for us to do another buddy read together and Catching Jordan was the book we chose was the perfect choice, because we always buddy read YA or NA contemporary. Catching Jordan is the first book in Hundred Oaks series and it follows Jordan and her friends who play football or like I prefer to call it, American rugby, because you know, us people from Europe prefer another sport called football.
Jordan is a Quarterback, the captain of her team My dear friend Jasmin and I decided it was about time for us to do another buddy read together and Catching Jordan was the book we chose was the perfect choice, because we always buddy read YA or NA contemporary. Jordan is a Quarterback, the captain of her team and — a girl. Yes, guys, you read it right. 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.
As a result, her best friends are all guys, they appreciate her, and watch her back in a way. Even though at first it sounds pretty unbelievable that a girl could be so much better then guys at sports, especially if you consider the fact that the female body is naturally builted weaker then male, there are things explained in this book.
Jordan comes from family of sport champions. Her father is great Alan Woods, one of the best rugby players in America. Her brother also plays rugby professionally, and she is bigger then other girls. She is just a big girl. Jordan has a dream to play rugby professionally and to go to study to Alabama where all the best rugby players go. She wants to be looked at equally as men. This book talks a lot about sexism and how hard it is for women to be appreciated equally as men even if they are as good or even better then them.
Jordan was an interesting character but I wasn't fond of her. Don't get me wrong, being a tomboy myself, I had nothing against her manly behaviour except in times when it went too far. 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!
The reason I'm saying that is because she more then few times brang down cheerleaders just because they had an interest in make up. She put them all in the same box, labeled them as stupid and thought she was better then them just because they liked girly stuff.
I know one of them did her wrong in the past, but still, I think Jordan's behaviour said more about her then about any of those cheerleaders. This book is good, funny and easy to read in general. I enjoyed reading about Jordan's relationship with her friends. JJ was my favorite. Henry is her best friend who has a habit to spend nights in her bed. Her parents are fully aware of that but they approve it.
Let me ask you one thing: What kind of parenting is that?? They trust her.
They know she has no interest in Harry. 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. Yeah, like that's gonna stop teenagers from doing anything! Don't forget we're talking about minors, teenagers full of hormones. Maybe I took it too harsh, but I just can't get over that aspect of the story. I didn't like it, not at all! There's also one more thing third to be precise thing I didn't like: She hit Harry so hard that his jaw cracked, and she laughed about it, along with him.
If the similar thing happened with roles versed, if guy hit a girl, that would be women abuse, but when the girl hits a guy it supposed to be funny? I don't think so! I feel like I'm in minority here, but I actually liked Ty. I think he was right most of the times and everytime Jordan had problems with his behaviour, I was on his side.
Of course he had problems with his girlfriend sleeping in the same bed with another guy. Who wouldn't? As you can clearly see from m y review, I had more then few problems with the story but I am still glad I read it and, believe it or not, I actually had a good time reading it. I would like to read next book in the series because it follows different characters and I am curious to see whether I'll like that one better.
Read this and more reviews on my blog: View all 4 comments. I was skimming through all the positive reviews of this book and kept wondering if I read the same book. 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. I think guys should be guys and girls should be girls. But, I think girls should also be feminine, should be respected and treated like ladies.
I wish I could have liked Jordan more, which is one I was skimming through all the positive reviews of this book and kept wondering if I read the same book. I wish I could have liked Jordan more, which is one of the reasons I kept reading. Jordan was just such a boy. Not a tomboy, but a boy. She acted like a guy, cussed like a guy, and did just about everything like a guy. Sure, when hot Ty comes around she wants to be a little more girly, and even makes a couple girl friends, but at the end of the day she was still pretty boyish.
I was really disappointed that she started sleeping with Ty. It was kind of gross actually. What I also thought was sad was that no one actually respected Jordan.
Yes, they appreciated her football skills and treated her like one of the guys. Which was part of my problem; they treated her like a guy not a girl. Even if he was just kidding. Ty was okay, but I never really felt like I got to know him. Once they hooked up he kind of disappears from the story, even though they were still sleeping together…I mean dating.
I know Henry was supposed to be our hero, but I thought he was a creep to. To help sooth his broken heart he sleeps with every girl that looks his way. I thought the writing was okay. I liked that there was more conversation than inner dialog, even if the dialog felt unnatural at times.
I liked that Jordan had a goal and was doing all she could to achieve it. Leave out all the swearing and sex and I probably would have given this a 4 star rating. Is it to be a strong girl you have to give up all feminine qualities and act like a guy?
LOTS of swearing. Lots of casual sex although no details. View all 6 comments. My friend had told me: Don't read this.
I hated it - it was so bad. Well, jokes on her, because I read it anyways and actually quite enjoyed it. It was definitely not what I had expected from the blurb, and yes, it did kind of read like a Wattpad story which it was , so but it was an enjoyable read nonetheless. In the long run, it did have a good message, and I loved how the main character was so self-empowering and independent. View 1 comment.
Jul 18, ambsreads rated it it was ok Shelves: I've read a lot of books in the years in the four years that have passed. It's not that this story is well written, it's not.
It's not that this story is really that interesting, it's not. I honestly can't tell you why this group of characters and plot line have stayed in my head for the past four years. I'm not even sure this book had a meaningful impact on me at the time. 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. Moving on to the actual book, and not ramblings from my mind, Catching Jordan is a fast paced book that can easily be read in one sitting.
It's also free if you don't mind ebook formats on Wattpad. Though, everything was kind of annoying. It was a bit soap opera like, cliche, and our leads seemed ridiculous with some of their actions to the point I couldn't stop rolling my eyes. Characters Jordan a tomboy football player who thinks anyone who portrays a remotely feminine quality is a slut or not worth her time. She was rude and I honestly didn't feel the tomboy element of her bar the football element.
My sister is a tomboy and I don't think I could pay her to wear a dress or her to miss a soccer practice. Jordan just was judgemental to the core and honestly, I'm not sure she was overly talented at football. I don't know anything about football though so I could be wrong. Henry was obviously who was going to be the winner of this love triangle.
He was the best friend turned lover, which is a bit annoying considering I just want a platonic female and male relationship. All I want. He seemed cool, but whatever. I didn't care in the end because he was a drama queen. Ignoring his best friend and sleeping with a bunch of girls despite being in love with her was so immature. Ty was an asshole. I have nothing more to say. Controlling, manipulative asshole. These characters were overall ridiculous and beyond realistic.
Plot I mean - what plot at the end of the day? It was a whole drama fest going on between the characters that had me rolling my eyes. Football took the backseat as the protagonist focused on which boy she chose and the ridiculous problems she faced. Though, I had some incredibly large problems with the plot such as; Blatant stereotyping , every girl who wasn't Jordan was either a slut or bimbo.
She couldn't handle the fact that maybe other woman would like football. She had to be the special snowflake. Sexism due to fact Jordan is a female football player and a super special snowflake. Her dad doesn't 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.
Most of the time however, it's ignore. Slut shaming which I slightly mentioned in the stereotyping. Everyone bar Jordan is a slut in this book. They're always sleeping with each other, the football team is always talking about sex. It was just ridiculous. Writing Was meh. It took me a while to really slip into. The writing was all over the place in some parts and left me, yet again , rolling my eyes at a bulk of this book. Overall I'm honestly not sure if two stars is too harsh or too kind for this book.
It's flipped me on my head but I hope that, now, I'll finally stop thinking about this plot. 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. It just won't be high on my recommendation list. Jordan lives and breathes foot-ball, she's been playing since she was seven. Her father is an NFL star player although, he doesn't approve of Jordan playing , her brother plays in college, and all her friends are the players on her team.
Because of this Jordan has never had a boyfriend or even kissed a guy. She worries she'll lose focus on her goal of getting a scholarship, and p 4. She worries she'll lose focus on her goal of getting a scholarship, and playing on her favorite college team at University of Alabama.
Jordan also knows exactly how the guys on her team treat girls, hooking-up and using them for sex, with no regard for their feelings.
Jordan doesn't want to be among the list of one-night-stands. Enter Ty Green, just transferring from Texas. Ty could be a look-alike for Chace Crawford. He's also a quarter-back and now on Jordan's team. Suddenly Jordan's is not so focused, not when Ty's is making her hormones do flip-flops. Ty doesn't seem to be distracted by the cheerleaders, like her other teammates that are always throwing themselves at the players.
He seems to only have eyes for Jordan. But Jordan's best-friend, and teammate, Henry worries that Ty is cozying up to Jordan for his own good, trying to use her to get her position. Add to that Jordan suddenly finds out why Henry's last girl-friend broke up with him, and now she's really confused.
I loved this book. This is another one I had to stay up late to finish. Jordan is a great character, strong and determined on the outside, but soft as a marshmallow on the inside. Your heart breaks right along with hers in a few places.
I liked this quote: But Kristen Markum? I gotta cope somehow. You were breaking it long before I even knew how you felt. I've been worried about you. Hate that girl Kristen!! I loved Jordan's relationship with her family, her mother was such a sweet-heart, always being there for Jordan and supporting her.
Jordan's brother was also supportive and there for her too. She obviously had issues with her father, and I like how that played out, as well.
The only reason I rated this 4. The payoff was short and felt a bit rushed. However, I just read that there is another book coming out in fall that is a companion to Catching Jordan. I hope these characters show up and maybe we'll get to see the "more" I'm talking about: Sep 11, Dija rated it really liked it Shelves: This was such a sweet, adorable read. Another one of those "mood" stories and thankfully, it fell into my lap at just the right time.
Jordan's a complete tomboy and despite being in her senior year, she hasn't even had her first kiss yet. That all changes when there's a new transfer in town, whom she actually starts developing "girly" feelings for. I really enjoyed Jordan's voice and her interaction with her team members. I was afraid the account of an almost 18 year old girl discovering love for This was such a sweet, adorable read.
I was afraid the account of 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 Jordan and her problems and feelings. Catching Jordan Author: Miranda Kenneally Published: December 01, Rating: Have you read Catching Jordan by: Miranda Kenneally?
What did or did you not like about it, and were there any scenes that stood out in your. How addictive was this book? How quickly did I fall in love with the story and characters? Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally. Goodreads says, "What girl doesn't want to be surrounded by gorgeous jocks day in and day out? Les doy la bienvenida a este Blog!!.