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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But she can’t keep her eyes off Ashleigh’s hot boyfriend, Seth. A lifetime of avoiding any physical contact with others has made her isolated and painfully lonely in her small rural town. Once the unconvincing romance between Jenny and Seth begins, Jenny’s characterization starts to change. Jenny Pox is one of the latest in a seemingly endless supply of teen supernatural romances.

Yeah, that sounds about right. Jenny just tries to make it through a school day and avoid nemesis, Ashleigh Gooding. Little did she know that she was not the only one with powers that were similar to hers.

Still too early for math. Kids patched up with scavenged body parts and bionic implants. Seems in this remote town there is also a boy with weird powers he can heal pod of any injury and the popular girl.

Jenny Pox (The Paranormals series)

But all the parts in between just felt odd and out of place. A fairly minor incident with kids on the playground leading in only a breakout of some sort of pox, but no death leads us to where the bulk of the book takes place. Again, great stuff – this is what Shatter Me could have been in the hands of a different author.


Oh ya and the cool girl she likes to drug people without them knowing and start orgi 1. This story sucks you in once you started and you won’t be able to put it down!

Jenny Pox by JL Bryan book review

And adding racism, hypocrisy Ashleigh has her boyfriend finger her, but she’s “still a virgin”drug and alcohol usage, and a heap of other negative attributes just makes me feel sorry for her.

Jenny Morton aka jenny pox aka jenny mittens is a high school senior who just wants to finish the year alive or at least keeping everyone else alive. And you know why? Seth suffers from being manipulated by Ashleigh and it alters his personality significantly at times.

At one point I had to stop to recharge my ereader and I was impatient to get back to it. I bought the supernatual stuff but not THAT. I have many complains plot, characters, dialog, etcbut I am not in the mood to talk about them. Jenny killed the snake just by simply touching it. 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.

At the very least it needs to be read by a teen whose parents have taken the time to discuss these issues with them. Spoilers, so ye be warned. Jenny is an outcast. Jenny Pox is a thrilling and terrifying read that manages to notch up the suspense until the gritty end. 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.


The story centers around Jenny and grabs a reader from page one.

Even all my online besty bookworms loved this book. Bryan knows how to command a page.

J. L. Bryan

The Paranormals 4 books. 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 jeny my own writing. I think this aspect of the plot may be misconstrued by readers. The town is, um Well, she is the bad guy of the story but i did not bryna respect her. The whirlwind journey these two are on to find happiness and peace keep the reader fascinated throughout each book.

No current Talk conversations about this book. And NO I’m not talking about the paranormal aspect of it. I also have seen many positive reviews of this book on the blogs I visit. I know, a paradox, right?

Blows my fucking mind. Not realizing this of course until showing her father.