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Who will Todd choose—the glamorous Jessica or the gentle Elizabeth?

Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are identical twins—beautiful, blonde, perfect—but they couldn’t be more different from each other. Elizabeth is friendly, good-natured, and kind, and the complete opposite of her clever, conniving sister. Jessica believes the world revolves around her…and the problem is that most of the time it does. Jessica always gets what she wants—at school, amongst her friends, and especially with boys.

This time, she’s got her eye on Todd Wilkins, the good-looking star of Sweet Valley High’s basketball team—and the one boy Elizabeth really likes. Now the twins are in a game of double love, with Todd as first prize. Will Elizabeth fight for the Todd? What will Jessica stoop to in order to get what she wants? Can the bonds of sisterhood stand up to the pangs of a broken heart?

Welcome to Sweet Valley High… the beloved series by Francine Pascal.


Published: Macmillan Publishers on Nov 27, 2012
ISBN: 9781250030474
List price: $2.99
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This series was so scandalous for my 10 year old eyes! If my mom only knew...read more
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I used to love reading these books in middle school! I haven't picked one up in ages, but I would assume they aren't as great as I remember them being. Still, I loved Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield because 1) I was not a twin, 2) I was neither blonde nor petite, and 3) they were so cool! I used to have a whole slew of them that someone gave me - kind of wish I'd kept them all...Again, I'm only listing the first one b/c I don't want to list however many there are...read more
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These books were so racy when I was younger. I had to borrow them from friends and read them in a locked bathroom. (My poor mom probably thought I had some weird ailment.)Anyway, this book wasn't nearly as torrid as I remembered - just some underage smoking and beer-drinking and a scandalous run-in with the local bad boy. Jessica was just as conniving as I remembered and Elizabeth just as dull.read more
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This series was so scandalous for my 10 year old eyes! If my mom only knew...
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
I used to love reading these books in middle school! I haven't picked one up in ages, but I would assume they aren't as great as I remember them being. Still, I loved Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield because 1) I was not a twin, 2) I was neither blonde nor petite, and 3) they were so cool! I used to have a whole slew of them that someone gave me - kind of wish I'd kept them all...Again, I'm only listing the first one b/c I don't want to list however many there are...
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These books were so racy when I was younger. I had to borrow them from friends and read them in a locked bathroom. (My poor mom probably thought I had some weird ailment.)Anyway, this book wasn't nearly as torrid as I remembered - just some underage smoking and beer-drinking and a scandalous run-in with the local bad boy. Jessica was just as conniving as I remembered and Elizabeth just as dull.
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I'm giving this 3 stars because it was fun! I loved SVH when I was younger, but never read most of the original high school series, just the spin-offs. I wasn't expecting great, life-changing literature so I enoyed myself. It was brain candy but in the asolute best way. If you want to have some quick, easy fun you should read this book!
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Before I read this series I believed it was created with middle school students in mind. After reading Sweet Valley High Double Love however I can see how teens would be interested in the stories in this series. The plot moves fast and has all the teen angst between the different high school personas. There is some underage drinking and drinking and driving present in the plot. The author does make it known that it is the bad boy in town, the high school drop out that is engaging in these activities. The relationship between the twins is interesting because they are so different. This is an entertaining book that definitely reads like a teen soap opera. It has the ability to draw the teens in and keep them cheering for their favorite characters.
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