The Sweet Life #2: An E-Serial: Lies and Omissions

The Sweet Life #2: An E-Serial: Lies and Omissions

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by Francine Pascal
     
 

For Jessica and Elizabeth, the sweet life begins at 30…

From Francine Pascal, creator of Sweet Valley High and author of the New York Times bestselling Sweet Valley Confidential, comes the second novella-length installment of the groundbreaking, six-part, e-serial, The Sweet Life, continuing the adventures of beautiful

Overview

For Jessica and Elizabeth, the sweet life begins at 30…

From Francine Pascal, creator of Sweet Valley High and author of the New York Times bestselling Sweet Valley Confidential, comes the second novella-length installment of the groundbreaking, six-part, e-serial, The Sweet Life, continuing the adventures of beautiful blonde twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield and the gang from Sweet Valley.

Three years after the events of Sweet Valley Confidential, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are back in Sweet Valley and inseparable once more. But Jessica, now a mother, finds her marriage to Todd hanging by a thread. Meanwhile, Lila Fowler, reality TV star extraordinaire, embarks on a risky scheme that could win her fame but cost her everything. And the scandal rocking Sweet Valley deepens for Elizabeth and Bruce, who find themselves at odds when loyalty conflicts with the need for the truth. The Sweet Life #2: Lies and Omissions picks up right where the first episode leaves off, and the stakes get even higher!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781429958349
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
07/15/2012
Series:
Sweet Valley Confidential , #2
Sold by:
Macmillan
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
174,946
File size:
475 KB

Meet the Author

FRANCINE PASCAL is the creator of the Sweet Valley High series and one of the world's most popular fiction writers for teenagers and the author of several best-selling novels. As a theater lover and Tony voter, Ms. Pascal is on the Advisory Board of The American Theatre Wing. Her favorite sport is a monthly poker game.


FRANCINE PASCAL is the creator of the Sweet Valley High series and one of the world's most popular fiction writers for teenagers and the author of several best-selling novels. As a theater lover and Tony voter, Ms. Pascal is on the Advisory Board of The American Theatre Wing. Her favorite sport is a monthly poker game.

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The Sweet Life #2: An E-Serial: Lies and Omissions 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just don't know.. I keep reading each new installment because it's definitely drama-packed and never boring, but honestly I would have been a lot happier if the thirty-year-old versions of the SVH crew were a little more down to earth. The characters and the story were not nearly as relatable as they were ten years ago. How is it that EVERYONE grew up to become the best of the best? Everyone is the most successful in their field, everyone is rich and famous, dating a movie star, problems ending up on TMZ, starring in a reality show.. The series just became a little too far-fetched.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I agree with that sentiment as well
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to give the series a solid four. Truly I did. But the Sweet Valley gang at 30 just doesn't have the same impact as they did when they were in middle school - their first two years at college. Or when Elizabeth had her own mini series based in England. Why are they all so damn bloody successful. Elizabeth yes. She was always meant to be successful. Jessica I can see as being successful once she has chosen her career path. Todd being a successful sports writer makes perfect logical sense. Bruce and Lila were born rich; so I really don't get successful reality show for Lila. Not once in the entire Sweet Valley had she expressed any desire whatsoever to work. Bruce I knew once he got pass his spoiled selfish side he would make a terrific business man. Too bad they had to kill his parents to achieve this. But to have the entire gang (minus Winston. I'm still so angry they chose to completly destory his character - just to kill him) be so successful is truly very unrealistic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing, exhilarating read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sweet valley is ok for all
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
YAWN? Stupid