Ve Been A B I Know This It S Not Something That I M Particularly Proud Of And It S Not Something That I Had Intended To Stop Being At Least, I Hadn T Until Recently I Got What Older People Call A Taste Of My Own Medicine I Don T Think I Deserved That Taste I Have Lived Through A Disgustingly Dirty Sea Of Pain And Horror I Wanted Others To Feel That Pain, Know That Fear People Would Understand Better If They Knew [ Pdf Justice for Jenna (Boardan High #2) æ architecture PDF ] by Isabella Rose Norton ↠´ My Story Sable Probably Wouldn T Care After Everything That I Did To Her, Everything I Put Her Through I Wish I Would Ve Had The Courage To Let Her Know What Was Going On, Instead Of Being The Coward I Was And Giving Her A Glimpse Of My PainI Am Jenna Nielson Turner I Am The Daughter Of An Abusive, Alcoholic Mother And The Product Of A Sexual Assault Or So I M Told If That Wasn T Enough, Add To It One Of The Members Of The Faculty Here At Boardan High School Believes I Am To Be His Personal Love Slave Until I Graduate So, Yeah, I M A B , But I Have Some Pretty Good Reasons To Be Being That Person Helps Me Cope With The Hell That Is My World, Not Just My D LifeIs It Possible For One That Has This As The Introduction To Their Who Am I Essay To Be Open To Love And Be Loved Will She Be Able To Except What Is Necessary For Her To Change Or Will She Allow The Surprises That Come Into Her Pathway To Be The Needed Excuse To Be Just Who She Describes I hadn t read first book on this series so everything from the characters to the plot was new to me From the start of this book I started to feel deep agression towards almost everyone than main character Jenna Her relationships with her family seemed to fucked up Her mother seemed to be living in her own dream world and drowning her sorrows to drinking and taking pills seemed to be only way for her to deal with everything and she didn t really know how to be mother any Hearing about things that had happened to her in her past made me feel bad for her and made me understand a bit the reasons behind her turning like that I think I can relate to Jenna about her feeling towards to her mother because my own was quite the same when I was still living with her Even though Jenna hates seeing her lose herself to the bottles o I Ve Been A B I Know This It S Not Something That I M Particularly Proud Of And It S Not Something That I Had Intended To Stop Being At Least, I Hadn T Until Recently I Got What Older People Call A Taste Of My Own Medicine I Don T Think I Deserved That Taste I Have Lived Through A Disgustingly Dirty Sea Of Pain And Horror I Wanted Others To Feel That Pain, Know That Fear People Would Understand Better If They Knew My Story Sable Probably Wouldn T Care After Everything That I Did To Her, Everything I Put Her Through I Wish I Would Ve Had The Courage To Let Her Know What Was Going On, Instead Of Being The Coward I Was And Giving Her A Glimpse Of My PainI Am Jenna Nielson Turner I Am The Daughter Of An Abusive, Alcoholic Mother And The Product Of A Sexual Assault Or So I M Told If That Wasn T Enough, Add To It One Of The Members Of The Faculty Here At Boardan High School Believes I Am To Be His Personal Love Slave Until I Graduate So, Yeah, I M A B , But I Have Some Pretty Good Reasons To Be Being That Person Helps Me Cope With The Hell That Is My World, Not Just My D LifeIs It Possible For One That Has This As The Introduction To Their Who Am I Essay To Be Open To Love And Be Loved Will She Be Able To Except What Is Necessary For Her To Change Or Will She Allow The Surprises That Come Into Her Pathway To Be The Needed Excuse To Be Just Who She Describes Alone, misunderstood, angry and carrying a huge secret are all words that can describe Jenna Jenna has a reason for being the way she is Not that she will ever tell anyone what those reasons are because the last thing she wants is pity she would rather be known as the queen bitch that is title she can deal with After being sentenced to serve community service she just wants to get it over with and get on with the rest of her messed up life Derrick Justice just happens to be working at the same place where Jenna is sent to do her services at On first sight Jenna wants him and BAD Derrick wants to believe there is somethingto Jenna but from what he has heard and seen he just can t let himself go there Dealing with friends who turn out to belike enemies, an alcoholic mother, a n absentee father, a teacher who thinks she is a pers I hadn t read first book on this series so everything from the characters to the plot was new to me From the start of this book I started to feel deep agression towards almost everyone than main character Jenna Her relationships with her family seemed to fucked up Her mother seemed to be living in her own dream world and drowning her sorrows to drinking and taking pills seemed to be only way for her to deal with everything and she didn t really know how to be mother any Hearing about things that had happened to her in her past made me feel bad for her and made me understand a bit the reasons behind her turning like that I think I can relate to Jenna about her feeling towards to her mother because my own was quite the same when I was still living with her Even though Jenna hates seeing her lose herself to the bottles o I was really looking forward to this book It was nice to see what happened from Jenna s point of view I was shocked by the sudden ending I guess I was hoping for some sort of conclusion but I am guessing there is another book coming behind this one I would have given 5 stars, but honestly I liked Singling Out Sable so much better I am not sure what it was about this one that sort of rubbed me wrong Maybe just Jenna in general Just because you get dealt a bad hand doesn t mean you get to destroy everyone around you and be a horrendous b tch Maybe it s because I feltlike Sable in school and had a hard time with people like Jenna It was a good book and I enjoyed it overall.
I was really looking forward to this book It was nice to see what happened from Jenna s point of view I was shocked by the sudden ending I guess I was hoping for some sort of conclusion but I am guessing there is another book coming behind this one I would have given 5 stars, but honestly I liked Singling Out Sable so much better I am not sure what it was about this one that sort of rubbed me wrong Maybe just Jenna in general Just because you get dealt a bad hand doesn t mean you get to destroy everyone around you and be a horrendous b tch Maybe it s because I feltlike Sable in school and had a hard time with people like Jenna It was a good book and I enjoyed it overall.
Justice loved this book Jenna is a hitch we all learned that in Sable s book however she has her reasons she has a shifty dad a alcoholic mother and no friends cause she s a bully oh and the secret wow never saw that one coming well Jenna has her reasons for why she is the way she is she s unhappy and wants everyone to feel her pain I felt her pain.
slowly but surely she starts to mend fences and meets Derrick will anything come of that you will have to read to find out I loved this story it has lots of surprises and there were tears but there is also Justice and friendships that Bloom.
Justice for Jenna (Boardan High #2) ô Yum yumThis book is just as good as the first book Can t wait for book 3 You will laugh and cry with the characters This book is so moving You need to read this series.
This is the sequel to Singling Out Sable In the first book you see Jenna being the queen B t h from Sable s point of view This book is from Jenna s point of view She was deal a h tt hand in life, and her way of dealing with it was picking on those she felt had a good life Since she went way to far, and all of the things at home going down the drain life at school is not so appealing Those she thought were friends aren t Those who she picked on actually can relate with her and maybe help her Between school, work, cheer and now community service all of her free time is being swallowed up As the book progresses you get Larger picture into her life and see that the h tt hand was a improvement to everything that she is dealing with This is a HEA even though the majority of the book is a roller coaster of trails that Jenn

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