I wasn't very impressed with the beginning of this novel, it started out like any other contemporary book. Girls looks at boy, girls knees go week and she can't take him out of his head - seriously, all of the book I've been reading recently start this exact same way. Luckily the book has enough material on its own to separate itself from other contemporary reads, first - football. I think it's pretty unique and second, Jordan; apart from her swoonish moments she's a pretty unique girl and character, I love that she's a tomboy.
A bit further into the book it has gotten much better, I like Ty and the rest of the guys. I know 70 pages is not much, but it has been enough for me to hate her dad and to assume that Henry likes her - probably also JJ, and probably the rest of the team... I'll stop there.
Conclusion (for the first 70 pages)
So far so good, even if I wasn't all too pleased int he beginning, it picked up the pace and I like where it seems to be going.
It's one of those books that when you put it down, you keep thinking about it and you just have to continue reading it. I love that in books <3
Now the big question
What were your thoughts when you first started reading
Catching Jordan? :)