By Sassy Cabot from the Read ’Em and Eat Mysteries by Terrie Farley Moran
So, did everyone have fun on Valentine’s Day? We had a party in the Read ’Em and Eat complete with heart shaped cupcakes and cranberry-lemonade juice. Members from all the book clubs were there and a battle broke out when Bridgy asked which novel the folks thought was the most romantic. Jocelyn Kendall announced there was no story every written more romantic than Romeo and Juliet, which prompted Augusta Maddox to shout, “Are you serious? How do you compare that spoiled baby Romeo to a real man like Mr. Darcy? For my money it is Pride and Prejudice all the way.” The tug of war began in earnest when the other adults jumped into the fray. But the teen club saved the day when its members stood united in favor of The Fault in Our Stars, out numbering the squabbling adults. Then we played party games and gave out prizes. And aren’t you glad we saved a prize for you?
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