How to make The Book of Luke by Jennifer O'Connell

                                                 The Book of Luke

Ingredients: 
a HUGE handful of
 Luke Preston (Du-h!) 
the hero of the whole drama
an entire pot of
 Emily Abbott 
daughter of Patricia Abbot-etiquette columnist. So she is well bred with all the rules and is generally suppose to be nice! Oh, she is the heroine!
a pinch of
Jackie and Lauren
 Em's best friends from Chicago
a tablespoon of
Josie and Lucy
 Em's best friends from Boston
a teaspoon of
Sean
Lucy's ex-boyfriend, from Chicago
a pinch of
Owen
Lucy's ex-boyfriends from Boston

Method:
Chop up a handful of Lucy's overlapping relationships, add in a cup of John Tucker Must Die and stir in a few drops of teenage rebellion. Then add a tablespoon of messed up family.Also add a spoonful of (each of)Em's best friends. Mix thoroughly and heat on the stove. Let it boil, reduce flame let it simmer and then pour it onto a plate and let it set.
Ta-da and there you have it The Book Of Luke! 
Oo for decoration you can do you own handmade icing cover for the books! :)

Commentary:
Its tasted good. Crunchy humor, soft plot, hot male protagonist. In fact really sweet protagonist..a female heroine which results in semi-goop in the Book of Luke platter.Overall the recipe was very plain and not very orignal. Just like the many other cakes, it was version with a little bit of tweaking here and there with a smarter and cooler hero. A variation of flavor by giving fresh background on the characters and their inside stories- for example- Patricia Abbott (Em's mum) fairly unique profession.

I would give it a
 


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Comments

  1. OMGods this is so cool! I love your 'how to make the book of Luke' recipe!

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  2. :D ! Feel free to adopt it as long you remember to credit my blog! Would love to read your very own recipe review?! Don't forget to leave me a link too!

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