by Miranda Kenneally
Jordan Woods is the star QB of the high school football team. They're on their way to way to a championship season if everyone can keep their heads and stay focused.
Of course, that becomes a bit of a problem when Ty shows up.
Ty was the QB at his school before he was forced to move to Tennessee. He's talented. He likes to be in charge. He's used to being in charge. And he's completely gorgeous.
That last one wouldn't be such a problem if Jordan weren't the first female QB with legitimate college prospects, who had also previously been completely oblivious to boys and completely focused on football.
Now Jordan has to contend with a real threat to her position on the team, a real threat to her college hopes, and a real threat to her love life.
Final thoughts: This is a mess of a book. Ty is the enemy; now he's a good guy, just misunderstood. Nope! He's a bad guy... nope, just has a past. Jordan has never even kissed a boy, is suddenly worried that some people might think she's a slut, and then immediately loses her virginity without even thinking about the consequences to her reputation. She's going through such angst that she ditches school, and football practice, multiple times, even though football is her LIFE! (or so she says). There's the constant problems with her dad, which are suddenly resolved somehow. Overall, cutesy, but not great.