For Jessica and Elizabeth, the sweet life begins at 30…
From Francine Pascal, creator of the bestselling Sweet Valley High series and author of the NY Times bestselling Sweet Valley Confidential, comes the continuing adventures of beautiful blonde twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield in an exciting new six-part e-serial, The Sweet Life.
The first novella-length episode - The Sweet Life - begins three years after the events of Sweet Valley Confidential; Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are back in Sweet Valley and inseparable once more. Things are looking up for both twins: Elizabeth is a star reporter at the LA Tribune with a popular blog, and Jessica's PR career is on the fast-track. But while the professional lives of the Wakefield sisters are secure, their personal lives may be in jeopardy. Jessica, now a mother, finds that managing parenthood, marriage, and a job is harder than she expected, while Elizabeth and Bruce must face a scandal that could strengthen their bond…or tear them apart for ever.
Meanwhile, life goes on in Sweet Valley. Families are made, hearts are broken, and…Lila Fowler is a reality TV star? Some things never change.
The Sweet Life takes Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield through a new chapter in their well-chronicled and beloved fictional lives. This dramatic first installment and cliff-hanger ending will leave readers breathless for the next episode.
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I felt like I was catching up with old friends. Pascal found a way to take beloved characters and make them relevant and intriguing today. I can't wait to read the next novellas in the series!
Doesn't feel like Sweet Valley
This book feels like The Clique all grown up
I didn't like the "real world" references and brand names splashed everywhere
In all the Sweet Vslley Kids, Twins and High, they very rarely ever mentioned dated terms (like Obama was mentioned in Sweet Life 1)
Jessica has an iPad
And what's with all the swearing and sex?
Swearing and sleeping around doesn't make an adult an adult nor does it make it an adult book
It makes it crude
And what does it say for society? That its common place to be a party-promiscuous woman with loose morals and a dirty mouth?
Is that what it takes for a adult to want to read a book?
Sweet Life #1
Amazing Book! I've read Francine pascal for so so long. The sweet Life books (if the first is any indication) will be my favorite of her series.