Jenna feels a moment of disorientation as her old memories come flooding back in.
It's actually a little bit strange -- for the most part, she's the same person as she was, with the same memories. It's not like there's another version of her coming into existence, it's more like she's suddenly remembering something that she forgot. Something that she forgot that changes things quite a bit, at least when it comes to Sean.
She steels herself at the memory of the migraine and of what he's done to others, the horrible awful things that he's done to others, but, but, he's learning. And she's redeeming him, right? So even though lying on him like this is a little scary, this is how she helps redeem him. Or something like that, showing the vampire or demon or wizard or whatever that he too can be loved. And... to be honest, well, Jenna probably wouldn't call it love (not yet, anyways, though the idea of falling in love with him would be so romantic even if it is cliche but if it did help him be good and gave her magic too and... no this is not a reasonable thing to be thinking about at the moment) she would at least call it caring, and she does feel that. She likes him and she's going to learn about magic (also magic exists, goodness, goodness), and maybe get magic (even if magic seems to be related to things she probably should not be doing yet, ew) but at the very least she's on an adventure with a magical boyfriend. (Ok, technically not a boyfriend yet but they're dating that's close enough.) Who's currently seeing other people also, unfortunately. And she can't keep her memories out of the car.
At least this explains why she didn't have more magical makeouts. Unfortunately. Even if she was part of the decision in the first place she really regrets it at the moment even though she know that that's silly, it was a reasonable and sensible choice to make even though it meant she ended up with no magical makeouts. (Is she sure that it was a good choice at the time? Yes. Yes she is. Pretty sure anyways. Maybe it would be a good idea to show him how to control himself no maybe not they had good reasons for that before even if she really wants more of what she had before. Drat. Maybe it is a good way, though?)
Fully, well, herself, again, or at least with her full memories back because she was always herself she was just missing a small set of memories that changes some things but really not that many things, just one big things, she looks up at Sean and smiles gently. At her magical boyfriend. Magical, bad boy, not technically her boyfriend but still very cute and hot and attractive and sweet and they are dating at least and he's cute and hopefully he hasn't done anything awful in the past few days and then she can kiss him and tell him that he really can be a good person. "Hey there," she says, smiling at him softly. She gives him a soft kiss on the chest through his shirt. "How's the past week been, in terms of magic? Have you been good this past week? No more hurting people, right?" She looks up at him, inquisitively, a little worried but mostly hopefully, hoping that he has been good. No more hurting people, no more raping people, no more wiping their memories as though that makes everything ok. But if he's turning over a new leaf, and it's all because of Jenna, well. Well, that's something she can appreciate and enjoy and bounce up and down about and kiss him for. As long as he says so, that is.