Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

Screen Shot 2015-10-10 at 7.13.25 PMCatching Jordan is the first book in the series Hundred Oaks. Before reading this book I read Breathe, Annie, Breathe which is book #5 in the series. (Here is my review for the book).

I love this book. I love the writing style. I love that it’s about football. I love the relationships. I love that it’s genuine.

The story has twists that keep you guessing on where the story is going to go next. I love that Jordan is the QB of a high school football team, which is not normal but could absolutely be reality. It shows that girls can have a leadership role in a sport typically deemed for guys. I enjoy sports and having a book about football and a love story made it that much more enjoyable.
The chemistry in Catching Jordan is phenomenal. There is a connection between the characters that is deeply felt. The connection is  between the team, the friends, the families. It’s all well-written with charisma floating off the pages that you’ll see these people come alive. You will feel that you have been friends with Jordan, Ty and Henry for years.
Catching Jordan is not simply a love story. It’s so so so much more; It’s about going for your dreams, overcoming obstacles and never giving up believing they will happen. You will undoubtedly finish this book with a smile on your face

I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves sports stories and love who love having a female role model.

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