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Head Over Heels (Sweet Valley High #18)

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Bruce Patman and Regina Morrow in love? No one at Sweet Valley High can believe it. Regina is beautiful and shy, one of the nicest girls at school. Bruce is a real snob, and the only person he's ever cared about is himself.

Jessica Wakefield figures the romance can't last. She knows Bruce too well. She's even willing to bet Lila Fowler that Bruce and Regina break up within
Mass Market Paperback, 152 pages
Published March 1st 1985 by Bantam (first published 1985)
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Jan 23, 2009 Anna rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Anna by: Rhonda
Shelves: childrens-ya
I read the Sweet Valley High series 20 years ago, okay? DO NOT JUDGE.
*grins sheepishly*
I like the new, nice Bruce :)
Sarah Anne
When Bruce Patman and Regina Morrow start dating no one can believe it! Bruce is known for his way of poorly treatment of girls and has left a long line of broken hearts, but when Bruce is known for his ignorance Regina Morrow is probably one of the sweetest girls at Sweet Valley High. Regina being both beautiful, smart and kind makes her extremely popular but what people usually forget is that she is deaf. But after many years going to 'special' schools, she has learned to expertly lip-read. So ...more
Is Sweet Valley really ready for a total 360 degree turnaround of Bruce Patman? Yes, I'm talking about him being selfless and actually caring for another person besides himself. At least, that's the impression I got when people learned of his relationship with Regina Morrow.

I liked her character, I truly do (wait for that mystery book concerning a mystery doppelganger about her) but why is she totally okay with people pitying her all the time? I'm sure a lot of hearing-impaired people got insult
Jessica Wakefield scheming? Well, then, it must be a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday or the 8th day.

Regina is a good character, but this book (and all the ones with her, really) are an insult to deaf people since Regina is deaf. No one in Sweet Valley (including Regina) has ever heard of Sign Language, and they always feel *so sorry* for her. As if she can't be happy and lead a normal life without hearing. So, of course, in this book Regina must go to Switzerland
Bruce: Crazy good looking, insanely wealthy, enjoys teeny tiny bathing suits, and! now with feelings.
Reading with Cats
The people in Sweet Valley are really, really stupid.
I started reading the Sweet Valley High series when I was a Freshman but I never got past book #18. Some folks have told me I should pick it up again and continue with the series but I feel like that time is over - I just wouldn't be able to look at the characters the same way. (I'd probably spend all my time cursing them out for being addle-pated teenage dunderheads.) But I have fond memories of the SVH crew and I think I'll keep it that way.
Forever Young Adult
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Francine Pascal always my personal guru of awesome reading as a pre-teen. Love these girls. Loved these stories and the trials that they went through.
I am not going to take the time to add all of the sweet valley high books that I read in my life, but suffice it to say that there were a lot of them.
Fatima Fisiru
This book was really good. It was intersesting but unfortunately it had to end. It was very good and exciting at the same time.
Marts  (Thinker)
Read this back in secondary school... 'Sweet Valley High #18 - Head Over Heels' by Francine Pascal
Sheila Read
I remember the cover just not the story.
Keli Wright
Jun 12, 2008 Keli Wright rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: all the little girls
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Francine Pascal (May 13, 1938— ) is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels. In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books. Book number one is mostly written by Ms. Pascal. From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series. After the ...more
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