Now Pascal is continuing the adventures with 6 novella-length The Sweet Life stories, each only $1.99. The first Sweet Life installment begins three years after Sweet Valley Confidential left off. Elizabeth and Jessica are both enjoying fruitful careers, but are struggling with the same challenges that many Sweet Valley readers face—like balancing career, marriage and motherhood. You loved living a vicarious adolescence through these always-entertaining twins, and you’ll be drawn to their new adult storylines as well.

 

While the first two books are available now, each serialized story ends with a cliffhanger that will have you scrambling to pre-order the next adventure faster than you can say “Lila Fowler.”

 

NOOK owners: go to shop and search for ‘Francine Pascal’ to download all of her Sweet Valley adventures.

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by aprilh ‎07-26-2012 03:04 PM - edited ‎07-26-2012 03:14 PM

I'm loving this series! I started reading Sweet Valley High when I was nine years old, so I grew up with the characters and they've been a part of my life for 25 years! Reading The Sweet Life has been like catching up with old friends you haven't seen in awhile. Yeah, I want to know what's going on in their day to day life, but what I really want to know is all the gossip! Lucky for me, there is plenty of action going on. The storylines are amazing and fast paced and there hasn't been a dull moment yet. There have been many twists and turns throughout the first two installments that more than once I've been so shocked at an event that I've had to go back and read it again! Most importantly, the dialogue has been fixed from last year's book, Sweet Valley Confidential: Ten Years Later. The word like isn't being used as often, in fact I think it was used only a handful of times so far. These novellas are a great read and any Sweet Valley fan will be instantly addicted! I know I am!

by butterflly13 on ‎08-10-2012 10:25 AM

Thank you aprilh I have been wondering if I should give them a try.  I too use to read them only I started with Sweet Valley Twins and went up to V. High.  So with your review on here I will give the first one a try.  :smileyhappy: