No it isn't. The correct way is Jess' . The rule changes since there are multiple ss to avoid confusion
Ohhh i understand. But how come in some other book i read it was Jess'?
Maybe they weren't aware too... what book was it? Maybe they got confused bc the name Jess ends with an S.. but they don't know that it doesn't depend on the last letter of the word, but on the plural or singular form...
Ok i did some research and people really are confused about names ending in "S" so they vote "jess' and jess's" to be both correct according to the ear.But using the grammar rules in my opinion it should be "jess's"
It was just some random book i think or a website but your grammar rules make sense... thanks!!!
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