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The Sweet Life #2: An E-Serial: Lies and Omissions (Sweet Valley Confidential) by [Pascal, Francine]
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3.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
Book 2 of 6 in Sweet Valley Confidential (6 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 429 KB
  • Print Length: 83 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (July 15, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 15, 2012
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007XSNFAE
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I am really getting in to this Sweet Life series. After the travesty that was Sweet Valley Confidential, I feel that Francine must have given in and given the stories over to a ghostwriter. There is definitely a different writing style than in Confidential. I am enjoying reading about the grown-up Wakefield twins and their friends. There is a nice chunk of this about Lila Fowler, who was very neglected in Confidential, as well as some about Annie Whitman and Steven Wakefield. I can't wait to read the next book, and I hope they will continue this series!
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This second serial book picks up right where The Sweet Life #1: An E-Serial leaves off. It is a lot shorter, and a much faster read - especially considering the various cliffhangers that it ends on. And while the pairings amongst the key characters are not ones that I would have selected, so I don't feel invested in their relationships working out, I am definitely excited to see what happens next! I am now officially hooked and looking forward to what next week will bring to these soap operatic plots! This entire set up of weekly releases of short novels reinforces the way the original books were released, so this just feels like a much more authentic continuation of the series!
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Everybody needs some breezy and light summer reading. This is perfect for an afternoon on the beach. Not to be taken seriously, just fun for SVH fans to indulge some juicy fantasies and frivolous reading! Thumbs up!
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I loved SVH when I was a kid, so I was pretty excited when "Sweet Valley Confidential" made it's debut. I didn't like the whole Jessica/Todd situation, but at least the book held my interest. Now that this 6 part series has come along, even the writing is awful. The plot is terrible. Some parts of it, like Lila's reality show, is just ridiculous. Her character is titally unbelievable as a real person! I've read the first 2 installments in the e-series and I have no desire to finish it.
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The Sweet Life: Lies and Omissions book two continues with Jessica, Todd, Elizabeth, Bruce, Lila and Ken. In this book, readers find that Jessica and Todd's relationship is on the rocks still. Jessica has made a big mistake. She slept with Liam O'Connor. Jessica figures though that it was a one time thing and as long as Todd does not find out, she can make things right and get her family back together.

Elizabeth has found Robin Platt. She is the intern that is accusing Bruce of sleeping with her. Once Elizabeth hears Robin's story, Elizabeth starts having doubts about Bruce's innocences. Especially, when Bruce's story has some holes in his story. With Elizabeth wanting to protect Robin, her and her relationship with Bruce becomes strained.

Lila is determined to win back her husband, Ken Matthews. She will not let some other housewife have her husband. Steven Wakefield and his partner, Aaron are adjusting to their life together with their baby girl, Emma.

Caroline Pearce is Sweet Valley's resident bitch. This is why when she learns that Jessica and Liam slept together. She can not wait to spill the beans on this juicy gossip.

First off, I like the concept of this mini series of books. It is like reading about a soap opera. With the old Sweet Valley books, the twins did find themselves in trouble but nothing that they could not deal with and usually by the end of the book, everything was back to normal. Not this time. Grown up Elizabeth and Jessica have to deal with the real world.

Jessica is her usual self. She gives into temptation too easy and falls into bed with Liam. Still not too sure about her and Todd together.
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It's just terrible. I used to love the SVH books, but this has left a bad taste in my mouth. Surely they weren't as horrible as these follow up "e-serials"? I'm embarrassed that I read even one of these, much less two. I definitely did not finish the series.
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for all of you out there who loved the sweet valley books when you were kids; prepare to have it all go down the drain. elizabeth and todd do NOT live happily ever after, he cheats on her with jessica amd they get married. >.< elizabeth after her heart being destroyed by the two people she loved most moves to new york and lives a miserable lonely life only to them start dating bruce patman. i can honestly say that francine pascal must be going through really hard times and has decided to take her anger out on two generations of people by ruining their childhood. congradulations francine for being a buttface
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I feel this series ruins the whole sweet valley series. Francine Pascal should have stuck with the ghost writers, they did a much better job on the writing before she came out with the 10 years later series...
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