When Jenna begins her morning late due to
a broken alarm clock, she knows itís going to be not such a
good day. After spilling wine on a borrowed book and hurrying
out the door, the day seems to live up to its bad start. But a
downpour and a chance meeting with Lucy on her way home ends
up gaining her a new friend and a new perspective on herself.
But is Lucy really a friend? Or just the Devil in disguise?
Adamís been having dreams. Horrible
dreams that lead him to talk to his priest, who tells him they
are of great importance, maybe even to the world. After his
dream unlocks secrets of both his past and his mother, he
embarks on a trip that will lead him into the unknown.
Jennaís Seduction is an
okay story. When I read the description of it, I was expecting
a lot more than what I got. I think if the tale would have
been longer and with more detail it would have been really
good. The writing wasnít bad at all, I just felt that there
were a lot of questions unanswered and many things I was
curious about that werenít touched upon. The ending of the
story was abrupt, and left me wondering why Adam was even
brought into the story in the first place.