Quotes from Jenny Pox

J.L. Bryan ·  310 pages

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“Let’s try it,” he said.
“This is serious,” she said. “You could get hurt. Or die.”
“But if we can touch, that means we can make out, right?” he asked.
“You want me to risk my life for maybe?” He grinned.”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

“Will you keep me safe?” she whispered.
”I promise.”
”Then I’ll go anywhere with you.”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

“Ashleigh’s a manipulative liar,” Jenny said. “She makes Dick Cheney look like Mr. Rogers.”
“That is an ugly thing to say about Dick Cheney!” Dr. Goodling snapped. “And my daughter, as well.”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

“I vant to zuk your blood." He waved his black gloved hands above his head as he tried out his awful Transylvanian accent. "You vish," She replied.”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

“She’d always imagined life would get better as she grew older.  She would get wiser, discover things, make friends, find the way to her own happiness and out of the misery. Now she realized it wouldn’t happen.  She’d been born cursed and would die cursed and never understand why.  There was nothing to hope for, no happiness ahead. ”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

“All she needed to cinch the perfect Georgetown application was to win today's election.”
― J.L. Bryan, quote from Jenny Pox

About the author

J.L. Bryan
Born place: in Atlanta, The United States
Born date July 8, 1978
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