It turned out to be the beginning of a comedy of errors: funny in retrospect, but a disaster at the time. Kelsey could decorate, but she couldn’t cook. Using salt instead of sugar in the coffee cake batter; burning the bacon so that the house reeked; and having her quiche fall flat, Kelsey was a hostess in tears.
The older women were tolerant and appreciated the thought, but Eileen felt sorry for her son and began supplying dinners on a regular basis after that. Kelsey appreciated that thought, but not very much.
The battle for Jack was on. (150)
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