By Meg Cabot
EM WATTS IS GONE.
Emerson Watts didn’t even are looking to visit the hot SoHo Stark Megastore grand beginning. yet a person had to glance out for her sister, Frida, whose overwhelm, British heartthrob Gabriel Luna, will be making a song and signing autographs there—along with the newly appointed Face of Stark, teenager stick insect sensation Nikki Howard.
How used to be Em to grasp that catastrophe might strike, altering her,and lifestyles as she’d identified it, ceaselessly?
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Situated just two streets over from our university-subsidized apartment on West Third and La Guardia Place, Mama’s was where we bought all our lettuce and bananas, since you can’t trust the produce at the local Gristedes, and the gourmet food store over on Broadway, Dean and Deluca, was way too expensive. Mom and I weren’t the only ones who were mad when we found out what was going up in that empty lot. The whole community banded together to save Mama’s, and demanded that Stark get out. But despite all the picketing, letters to the editor, sabotage of the construction site by the ELF, the Environmental Liberation Front (I swear I had nothing to do with it, despite what Mom and Dad seem to think), and promises of a community-wide boycott, Mama’s got pushed out, and a Stark Megastore – featuring three stories of CDs, DVDs, video games, electronics and books (the smallest and most inaccessible part of the store) – went up, guaranteed to put all the locally owned shops that already sold these things out of business with its steep discounts, endless supply .
That’s what her lips said. But anyone could tell by the glint in her eyes that Frida didn’t actually believe this. She honestly thought Gabriel Luna was going to fall madly in love with her as he personally autographed her CD. I could tell. I used to be fourteen after all, just two and a half short years ago. So it was a good thing when Mom replied, ‘Then you won’t mind bringing your sister along. ’ Frida wanted to know. ’ You could tell this was exactly what Frida had been hoping would happen.
That seemed like it would be a selfish thing to do. On the other hand . . I was so thirsty. Seriously. I thought I was going to die of thirst. But there didn’t appear to be anyone else around. And it looked as if, whatever was wrong with me, it was kind of serious, given all the tubes and wires. If I could just get a sip of water I’d go right back to sleep, no questions asked . . I opened my mouth and tried to say Dad’s name. At first nothing happened. That’s right. I tried to say the word Dad and no sound at all came out of my mouth.