Prompt: Hey sunshine. Could I get a Jughead x Reader request where Jug gets a letter from potential Jason’s killer with a threat to hurt the reader if he don’t stop to investigate the murder and he’d decide to protect her from danger? Thank u in advance. I’m sorry if isn’t correct English is my second language.
A/N: Enjoy this small piece! Sorry it’s so short xxx
He was acting weird all week and you just wanted to know why.
You guys were getting so close to finding justice for Jason when Jughead shut the whole thing down. Both you and betty objected but he simply took everything you had gathered. Burning it in the courtyard later that night.
Betty asked you if something was wrong with him. You and Juggie had been dating for a couple months so the gang asked you to ask him. He simply shrugged it off and said the case didn’t interest him any more.
You knew that was a lie but smiled and nodded anyways.
The gang decided to take things into their own hands when Jughead announced he was trashing the novel. You questioned him again and he said to forget it.
But this was his work. He had spent months on the novel. Jason’s case had yet to be solved and Sheriff wasn’t doing his job. Everything was going in a million different directions.
You found it in a book. The Letter.
You had gone to the Andrews to see if Jughead had your copy of “The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allen Poe”. Jughead wasn’t there but Mr. Andrews had let you in to grab it.
It was placed in between the story of “The Man That Was Used Up”. One of Jughead’s favorites in the book and you couldn’t help but agree that maybe it fit the whole Jason case. All the secrets. All the lies. Everything. There was a man out there that was used up and was just a bundle of things.
You slid the paper back in the book and headed to Pops where the rest of the gang would be.
Sliding into the booth, you hand the book to Betty.
“Your book of Poe?” She gives you a confused look but you reach over and open it to the page. The letter falls out as the gang watches it fall onto the table.
“What is it?” Kevin asks as You look around to see if your boyfriend was around.
“He’s with his dad right now.” Arch answers and grabs the letter.
Pulling it open, he goes to read it.
His eyes skim the first three lines and his skin pales.
“Arch?” Betty reaches for the letter but he tugs it out of her reach.
“We need to drop it.” He shakes his head and closed the letter.
“Just show it to us.” Veronica grabs it from him.
“Why didn’t you tell me?” You cross your arms when your boyfriend walks in the room.
“Tell you what?” He places his bag on the desk next to him as the gang gathers inside the Blue and Gold office.
You pull the letter out and wave it. “This.”
Jug’s smile drops as he reaches for it. “Hand it over, (Y/n).”
“Why didn’t tell us?” You ask again.
“Because I’m not losing you too. Now hand it over.” His voice breaks a little as you give him back the letter.
I see you’ve taken interest in the Blossom Case. And writing a book on it? Well done. But You should know that if you get too close, you’ll lose the one thing you have left. You wouldn’t want her to have the same fate as Jason, now do we?
the handmaiden’s tale, the great gatsby, never let me go, girl interrupted, a northern soul (jimmy nails biography), different seasons, edgar allen poe: complete tales and poems, in cold blood, the blind assassin, the shining
* A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess * A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole * A supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again - David Foster Wallace * And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks - Jack Kerouac and Willian S. Burroughs * American Psycho - Bret Easton Ellis * Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. I * Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. II * Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. III * Collected Poems 1947-1997 - Allen Ginsberg * Complete Tales & Poems - Edgar Allan Poe * Consider the Lobster and Other Essays - David Foster Wallace * Desolation Angels - Jack Kerouac * Desperation - Stephen King * Disco Bloodbath James St. James * Dracula - Bram Stoker * Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer In You - Dolly Parton * Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Hunter S. Thompson * Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk * Flappers & Philosophers - F. Scott Fitzgerald * From Socrates to Sartre: The Philosophic Quest - T.Z. Lavine * Geek Love - Katherine Dunn * Grace: A Memoir - Grace Coddington * Hallellujah - Leonard Cohen * Ham on Rye - Charles Bukowski * Haunted - Chuck Palahniuk * Helen of Troy: Beauty, Myth, Devastation - Ruby Blondell * Hunger - Knut Hamsun * If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him! - Sheldon B. Kopp * Infinite Jest - David Foster Wallace * Just Kids - Patti Smith * Love is a Dog from Hell - Charles Bukowski * Life After Death - Damien Echols * Memoirs of a Beatnik - Diane Di Prima * Naked Lunch - William S. Burroughs * Queer - William S. Burroughs * Reborn: Journals and Notebooks, 1947-1963 - Susan Sontag * Rotten - Johnny Lydon * Sextet - Henry Miller * Something Wicked This Way Comes - Ray Bradbury * The Aforementioned - Merriam Webster * The Atheist’s Bible: An Illustrious Collection of Irreverent Thoughts - Joan Konner * The Book of Lies - Aleister Crowley * The Complete Poems - Anne Sexton * The Dharma Bums - Jack Kerouac * The Essential Feminist Reader - Estelle B. Freedman * The God Delusion - Richard Dawkins * The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien * The Key - Junichiro Tanizaki * The Magic of Reality - Richard Dawkins * The Marriage Plot - Jeffrey Eugenides * The Monk - Matthew Lewis * The Outermost House - Henry Beston * The People Look Like Flowers At Last - Charles Bukowski * The Road Less Travelled - M. Scott Peck * The Sane Society - Erich Fromm * The Silmarillion - J. R. R. Tolkien * The Town and the City - Jack Kerouac * This is Water - David foster Wallace * Trainspotting - Irvine Welsh * Tropic of Cancer - Henry Miller * We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Shirley Jackson * Will Work for Drugs - Lydia Lunch * Zen and the Art of Motorcyle Maintenance - Robert M. Pirsig
J.R.R. Tolkien: “The Hobbit”, “The Lord of the Rings Trilogy”
“The world is indeed full of peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.” -The Two Towers
Nicholas Sparks: “The Notebook”, “The Last Song”
““Dusk is just an illusion because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. And that means that day and night are linked in a way that few things are. There cannot be one without the other, yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel, I remember wondering, to be always together yet forever apart?” -The Notebook
Jack London: “The Call of the Wild”, “The Seawolf”
“He was mastered by the sheer surging of life, the tidal wave of being, the perfect joy of each separate muscle, joint, and sinew in that it was everything that was not death, that it was aglow and rampant, expressing itself in movement, flying exultantly under the stars.” -The Call of the Wild
Edgar Allen Poe: "The Telltale Heart”, “The Raven”
“Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. In their gray visions they obtain glimpses of eternity, and thrill, in waking, to find that they have been upon the verge of the great secret. In snatches, they learn something of the wisdom which is of good, and more of the mere knowledge which is of evil.” -Complete Tales & Poems
A.A. Milne: “Winnie-the-Pooh
“Sometimes,’ said Pooh, ‘the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” -Winnie-the-Pooh
1. the great gatsby 2. never let me go 3. the bell jar 4. girl, interrupted 5. a northern soul 6. different seasons 7. edgar allen poe: complete tales and poems 8. in cold blood 9. kurt cobain journals 10. the blind assassin