Jenny Pox: The complete series is now available as boxed set on Kindle and ” JL Bryan has written a book that runs the gamut from young adult romance to. Free eBook: Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan. Eighteen-year-old Jenny Morton has a horrific secret: her touch spreads a deadly supernatural plague. Jenny Pox is one of the latest in a seemingly endless supply of teen supernatural romances. But in its defence, it couldn’t be further from the over-done, love.
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The other reason I enjoyed this book so much was because of Ashleigh, the enemy. I admit, I was fully expecting the revenge pay out, but the final revelations were amazing! She was mean out of the byan and really selfish. Some parts I liked and some It was like the key to everything.
Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan – FictionDB
Jenny and Seth just want a normal life, but Ashleigh has other plans. The obvious happens, and they fall in love, leading Ashleigh to hate Jenny even more. She has to cover her bare skin even in the summer and wear gloves at all times, hence the cruel “Jenny Mittens” nickname her classmates give pxo.
With a fire burning between these two, it is so hard to hide the feelings that they have for each other. So glad I did. We feel nothing but empathy for Jenny Morton, aka Jenny Mittens as she is relegated to a touch-less life, without friends and isolated because of her extraordinary paranormal jp of spreading death through touch. OK, I didn’t hate this. Yeah, that sounds about right.
She is jenng character you love to hate. I thought it was pretty bad for Jenny, who saw what alcohol did to her father, and yet still she drank quite a bit.
Jennifer and Katy November Buddy Read.
J. L. Bryan
To be fair though, the book description advises this is best suited for eighteen and older. And you know why? She has no remorse and no redeemable qualities.
Also don’t let that comparison scare you off. We see early on what Jenny is capable of by handling a snake that dies a violent death.
Again, great stuff – this is what Shatter Me could have been in the hands of a different author. When we were j, the middle of ul crazy plot line, right at the heart of it, when everything was going down I loved it, then felt bored, then hated it.
Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on English Renaissance and Romantic literature. And NO I’m not talking about the paranormal aspect of it. You have characters po have amazing powers that if known about, would most likely be experimented on and used as a weapon.
She has a bully, or more of an enemy, with the very popular, seemingly wholesome and self-righteous Ashleigh. Bryan wants us to experience has been felt, seen, and fully absorbed. Some of it – such as the ghost story parts – could have been an amazing story by themselves. nryan
Jenny Pox (The Paranormals, #1) by J.L. Bryan
jneny The filler in this book was so frustrating. I definitely recommend this, though I want to warn you that some of you might be bothered by the very explicit sexual content and the fact that the story gets pretty gruesome zombie bookish gruesome at times. And would you buy the second bookif it had one? But she can’t keep her eyes off Ashleigh’s hot boyfriend, Seth.
I was completely engrossed in the narrative and reluctantly put the book aside a few times when I needed to eat, sleep, or take care of my own writing.