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“Before there was Gossip Girl, there was Sweet Valley High…Sweet Valley Confidential makes a compelling enough companion that we actually missed two subway stops because we were caught up in its frothy fun.”—Wall Street Journal
“Fans who grew up on SVH will delight in Pascal's return to sunny California. Seeing everyone all grown up—and stumbling through their 20s — is a huge treat.”—Romantic Times
“We catch up on what’s been going on with Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield in the just-released Sweet Valley Confidential. It’s a perfect storm of decades past, and we are LOVING it.” —MTV Buzzworthy Blog
“I can’t remember the last time I ignored my cell phone, my DVR backlog and my emails (something about a Reese Witherspoon wedding?) to read a book—an actual book!—cover to cover. For one lovely Saturday afternoon in late March, it was a joy to unplug from my life and excitedly catch up with a few old friends. Pure love. Actually, make that double love.” —The Huffington Post
“For the vast canon of works devoted to the modern gal’s sexual escapades and shoe-shopping habits, including Candace Bushnell’s Sex and the City and Cecily von Zigesar’s Gossip Girl, we have Francine Pascal to thank.” —The Daily Beast“It’s unexpectedly stirring—you can feel it in your heart, this fluttering memory of caring about Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield.” —The Hairpin.com
The Wakefield Twins—and the whole gang from Sweet Valley High—are back!
What terrible secret has torn Jessica and Elizabeth apart?
Ten years after graduation, the Wakefield twins have had a falling out of epic proportions. When Jessica commits a complete and utter betrayal, Elizabeth flees to New York to escape the pain and immerse herself in her lifelong dream of becoming a serious journalist.
“A perfect storm of decades past, and we are LOVING it.” —MTV
Jessica remains in California, dealing with the consequences of her heart-wrenching choices. She’s built a full life for herself but dearly misses her sister. With Elizabeth as her enemy, Sweet Valley is no longer the idyllic town of their youth.
“Compelling…frothy fun.”—Wall Street Journal
Jessica longs for forgiveness. But Elizabeth, always the “good twin,” can’t forget Jessica’s duplicity—and soon decides the only way to heal her broken heart is to exact sweet, sweet revenge…
As a thirty something who grew up reading Sweet Valley High books as a pre-teen, I really enjoyed this book. I read it at the beach and it was just right.Published 24 days ago by Stephanie D
This book was fantastic l think that they will be writing another due to the way it ended which l hope so Elizabeth can't be left with no one and not everyone lives happily ever... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Natalie Berry
Very, very annoying book. Characters are whiny, self-absorbed, and act like dumb teenagers. Writing style is irritating. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Agnesv
This is so not what I wanted to happen in their lives. Jessica, 4 marriages from ages 18-27? Elizabeth, you'd really forgive Jessica for stealing the man you'd been obsessed with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amber
In all seriousness, this book is decent until the "climax". It is awful. The book is an episode of Maury or Jerry Springer which is interesting enough ("enough"), and then it's... Read morePublished 8 months ago by A Reader Girl
This book was absolutely terrible. It did not in any way correspond with the original Sweet Valley High books. If you want to ruin your fond memories, then buy this book!Published 8 months ago by Brentwoodgal
I read these books as a teen and loved them. Jessica was always selfish, but this was ultimate betrayal and just made Elizabeth look weak. The book had me majorly pissed off. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Yankeeaholic
I loved this series when I was a kid and read almost all of them. Seeing this book made me smile and think back to how much i loved the series then. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tami
I wish I could get my money back. I wish I could get my time back for reading this book. Awful, horrible, boring, and ridiculous are words I would use to describe this poorly... Read morePublished 9 months ago by aimgoeson