by Miranda Kenneally
Genre: Chick Lit, Contemporary, Humor, Romance, Young Adult
Publication: December 2011
Format: Paperback, 281 pages
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Catching Jordan caught my interest with its simple cover and interesting synopsis. A girl who leads a football team as the captain AND quarterback? That sounded really interesting. Not that I have much knowledge on American football. But I was looking for a read with a bit of romance and sports. I thought that this was going to be a very interesting story. And I was right! Catching Jordan was not a disappointment.
I definitely enjoyed Jordan’s voice. She was a strong, confident girl who doesn’t have many girlfriends. I thought it was exciting to see how Jordan, a tomboyish girl fell in love. Mostly the girl would confide in their girlfriends on their relationship, but it was funny to see how Jordan confided to the guys.
I like the relationship between Jordan with the supporting characters – the guys in her team and her family (her father, to be exact). Although I thought that the book would be much better without any sex talk/scene in it.
But still, Catching Jordan had a great plot. I absolutely loved the dialogues between the characters. Catching Jordan was such a fun, cute read. There were lots of laughs out loud moments and moments that make me can’t stop smiling. I definitely recommend this one to anyone who loves contemporary romance. I can’t wait to read the next book.