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The Sweet Life #3: An E-Serial: Too Many Doubts (Sweet Valley Confidential) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 397 KB
  • Print Length: 94 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (July 22, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 22, 2012
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007XSOAK8
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I am thoroughly enjoying each new Sweet Valley E-serial. They just get juicier and juicier. It is like a really addicting soap opera that you can't stop watching! I really hope they make this a regular thing, and not just the six ebooks. I can't wait to find out what happens in the last book. Sunday can't come soon enough!
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I guess when I was 15, SVH was excellent literature in my teenage brain. Maybe it was aimed at a younger audience, but my 30ish year old brain was expecting a bit more for plot, character development, and cerebral stimulation.
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The hot new eSeries Sweet Valley Confidential just keeps getting juicer! In installment 3, Too Many Doubts, Elizabeth is still struggling with the allegations that her boyfriend Bruce Patman assaulted and attempted to rape a young woman at a bar. She even begins to help the alleged victim, knowing she is putting her relationship with Bruce in jeopardy. But she just has too many doubts that Bruce might not be telling the whole truth, and trusts her reporters intuition to help uncover the truth. Jessica is still struggling from her fallout with husband Todd when the were so close to finding a reconciliation, but she is still hanging on to a shred that they will find their back together - until a half naked female answers his door.

With more plot points and scandals (such as Lila Fowler faking a pregnancy for her new reality show!) these installments are so much fun to read! With this book I got the feeling of being rushed a few times, and didn't like how things would wrap up so neat and tidy - sometimes just a bit too quick to seem real. In this one, for example, the kidnapping of Steven and Aaron's daughter. I almost think that could have been deleted from the story all together. But as always, this one is ended in a cliffhanger, and I'm quite curious to see how Bruce's story is going to play out. On to the next....
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In traditional Sweet Valley fashion, this third installment opens right where The Sweet Life #2: Lies and Omissions ended. Plenty of drama abounds here - from new problems like a kidnapping, to a "pregnancy", to further development of the legal drama and continued heartbreak for both of the Wakefield twins. And though I originally disagreed with these pairings (well, not the Jessica-Todd relationship - in those secret high school diaries they had quite the fling, but I never liked it in the high school ones when Elizabeth and Bruce were together - I always preferred him like he was in the SVU books, with Lila. They were such a fun couple! And poor, poor Ken Matthews... perhaps pro-football has given him some brain damage?? Why else would he appear like this??), they are definitely growing on me. I am enjoying these new additions to the Sweet Valley world much more than I thought I would - and I do hope that they are extended beyond the currently scheduled releases! I don't think I'll ever get sick of Sweet Valley!
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I have been a fan of the Wakefield girls for probably about 20 years. I really enjoyed reading about there adult lives and all the issues and drama that comes with it. This is definetely more for an older teenager or adult, not for middle school or elementary aged children. There is some profanity and very detailed sex. My only pet peeve is that it just wasn't long enough but it sure kept me entertained during lunch breaks and what not!
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One thing to keep in mind when reading these "Sweet Life" e-serial installments is that they combine to make one full length novel which will be released later this year. Therefore I tried not to be too disappointed with this installment since it just moves the story along a little bit. There are no earth shattering revelations or anything like that but if you are in this for the entirety of the six installments this is a must read.

Bruce has been a favorite of mine since he won over my eleven year old heart with his cocky grin, sarcastic and snotty personality, and his 1Bruce1 license plate. When we occasionally saw the softer side of Bruce, I only became more enticed by him. You might say Bruce was my very first book boyfriend. I still like Bruce. Even though I think maybe his personality is a little too tamed in this new generation. I am completely on Bruce's side in this sexual assault case. I admit things don't look so good but Bruce is so hot, he doesn't have to use illegal and disgusting behavior to get a girl. I will point out that Elizabeth is definitely back to being the Elizabeth from her days of being perpetually sixteen. She would have totally made a mess of things in just this exact way back in the good old days. I always related to Elizabeth but she can really be an idiot.

Jessica's story involving her broken relationship with Todd just becomes more damaged in this installment. I enjoyed another brief glimpse of her son though. Lila is up to no good and I am afraid her games are going to devastate Ken Matthews. Annie Whitman takes a more involved role in Bruce's legal battle.

There is a new storyline in Too Many Doubts. Steven and Aaron hire a nanny to take care of their baby daughter.
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