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You were breaking it long before I even knew how you felt. I’ll admit that it may not be the most creative writing style, but it was simplistic and compelling hard to put this book down. Amazon Catcihng Find, attract, and engage customers.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. This was such a sweet, adorable read. I’ve been worried about you.

Catching Jordan

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. I loved meeting Jordan and Henry again, and I absolutely jorda this short, but sweet and adorable glimpse at their past. The writing was all over the place in some parts and left me, yet againrolling jorran eyes at a bulk of this book. Catching Jordan is a book that has a lot to offer.

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. I also hated who Jordan was when she was with Ty, as she became a whole new person, one who didn’t stand up for herself, and who began to doubt herself. Can she keep her head in the game while her heart’s on the line? In the beginning, Jordab seriously thought the narrator was a male.


She worries she’ll lose focus on her goal of getting a scholarship, and p 4.

Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

Set up a giveaway. It felt so natural that not once did I roll my eyes at any over dramatic teenager angst. Let us start with the positives, shall we? For more reviews, visit my blog: Especially when I’m reading from a first person point of view. I adored everything about Catching Jordan especially Sam Henry. I didn’t like the immaturity of Jordan’s character why does she fall apart with the look of one cute guy? Jul catcning, ambsreads rated it it was ok Shelves: I must say this book is a fun, quirky and light read.

I was skimming through all the positive reviews of this book and kept wondering if I read the same book. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. 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.

Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally – review | Children’s books | The Guardian

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. 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. Henry has quickly become one of my favourite literary crushes; he was so sweet; in the fake electronic baby assignment and he showed he had a big heart as he was always looking out for Jordan.


Once they hooked up he kind of disappears from mieanda story, even though they were still sleeping together…I mean dating.

Review: Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

She doesn’t even know how to kiss let alone being a virgin. I was really looking forward to reading and falling head over heels for Catching Jordon. I was completely caught off guard by the genius development and change in the romance about midway through.

This story is so cute and it definitely put a smile on my face. On the other end of the spectrum you have the girls. I loved the premise, but I wondered if the football portions would be too much. keneallt

When it carching to love triangles, I’d rather step on a lego. View all 16 comments. To compete in a sport in which girls can’t possibly compete?