You've probably already heard of the third book in this series, Alexander Death. It just recently released and I reviewed it here.
Jenny Pox is the first book in the series and is a great beginning to it.
Jenny has a terrible disease that keeps her from being able to touch people. If she does, they could die. JL Bryan does a great job in showing just how lonely and depressing life is for Jenny. She wears gloves to avoid contact with others for their protection not hers, yet she's ridiculed and picked on, friendless. All thanks to one girl-Ashleigh Goodling.
While Jenny can't touch anyone, Ashleigh seems to touch everyone she meets, spreading love and warmth so that everyone loves her and feels good around her. And she makes sure everyone knows how much she despises "Jenny Mittens".
But this book is more than a mean girl versus the recluse with a hidden power. Because Ashleigh's touch is a power too. And there's a boy with a power too. And when he touches Jenny, he doesn't get hurt. But, he happens to be Ashleigh's boyfriend.
The novel becomes a power struggle between good and evil, right and wrong and life and death. The ending is unbelievable!
As noted above, because of mature themes and content it is not recommended for anyone under the age of 16, but highly recommended!