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 writing style us simple but still alive, and every scene you read is close to you and you can feel the scenes and the atmosphere like you are other. The only character that I would have loved to see more deeper developed was Seth, although I have to say I also fell for him together with Jenny. Still too early for math. Yes, yes I know! This one is best suited for older readers.

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Seth can heal people with his touch. I feel kinda like I’m missing something; so many people have given this glowing reviews, and here I am picking at this thing to death. She had picked up a snake that had erupted in disease and died on contact.

She has a bully, or more of an enemy, with the very popular, seemingly wholesome and self-righteous Ashleigh. But all the parts in between just felt odd and out of place.


But as the book progressed I came to understand why as he broke away from Ashleigh’s influence and began to show his jjl character. I kept getting lost in the filler. Ashleigh’s influence had the town under a mass-hypnosis-like effect, and people under her influence were not in full control of their own actions. Experience how a girl who spreads the plague through touch finds a boy she can finally touch without killing and fights to hold on to him. It’s just too much. I endured my fair share menny teasing for ridiculous reasons that I couldn’t change.

All sorts of people recommended this book to me-friends, writers, book bloggers, people on Goodreads. I would not define it as a young adult novel, or paranormal romance in any way. The first chapter was amazing. We see her as spoiled, a maniacal bad seed. No stupid sparkly vampires here!

Jenny Pox by JL Bryan

Alexander opens Jenny’s mind to her deep past, and to the full horrific extent of her powers. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Love, death and hand holding. Guess he’s just not my type. It’s always a shame when a book with such a great premise winds up being a dud, but take my word for it, the best part of this novel was the blurb.

Add to Your books. It didn’t make sense as a person.

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It makes it easy to sympathize with her, besides rooting for her to kill everyone. Trouble is brewing and years of torture and resentment are about to come to a head!

Nov 12, Joy rated it did not like it. Jenny has the touch of Death.


I usually detest mean girls, but Ashleigh is so much more than the typical mean girl. Ashleigh has the entire town under her spell, and can make anyone she touches fall in instant love, or lust, with her. And heaven help me for liking this as much as I did.

Fast forward to high school. Parents that are concerned with realistic but mature themes should read this book first or disallow younger teens from reading it.

Jenny’s dad’s giving up alcohol. Yeah, that sounds about right. At one point I had to stop reading and almost gagged over a very sexually wretched scene that turned me off where I came close to DNFing.

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She is like an evil and selfish cupid. Utterly unbelievable plot points even after adjusting for the fact this is paranormal fiction. 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. And during this absolutely insane, off-the-wall, out-of-left-field plot change and this book goes through several – from horror, to generic teenaged drama, to crazy paranormal WTF back to horror and finally to “I gave up”we get the most boring, irrelevant scenes ever.