Red-hot author Miranda Kenneally hits one out of the park in this return to Catching Jordan's Hundred Oaks High.
After her family's scandal rocks their conservative small town, 17-year-old Parker Shelton goes overboard trying to prove that she won't turn out like her mother: a lesbian. The all-star third-baseman quits the softball team, drops 20 pounds and starts making out with guys--a lot. But hitting on the hot new assistant baseball coach might be taking it a step too far...especially when he starts flirting back.
Since I liked Catching Jordan, Kenelly´s debut novel, I was excited to read her second book, about different people in a same setting. We see some characters from the first book, like Jordan and Henry. I liked this story, Parker is way different than Jordan, and has different problems,most of which come from a fact that her mother came out of thze closet and moved away with her girlfriend and divorced Parker´s father. I didn’t really like Brian, I get that he was having issues of his own and was having to deal with it but he should have now better. Now, Will the Corndog was super cute and funny and I was falling in love with his character all through the story. The only thing I didn’t like in this book is too much religion but that is personal dislike for me and has nothing to do with the writing which is great.