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Lovestruck (Sweet Valley High #27)

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Madly in love ...

No one at Sweet Valley High can believe that football star Ken Matthews has fallen in love with super-sophisticated Suzanne Hanlon. Suzanne likes poetry, gourmet food, and art films, while Ken's idea of a good time is listening to rock 'n' roll and eating pizza. Two people couldn't be more different.

Elizabeth Wakefield knows that snobbish Suzanne is wrong

Mass Market Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 1st 1986 by Bantam Books
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How to know if you are a snob (Sweet Valley High Ghostwriters Edition):

1. You don't like football.
2. You think a lame-sounding "town picnic" featuring peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and unhygienic and horrifying kissing booths, all planned by an unstable 16-year-old, sounds like a really bad idea.
3. You enjoy Shakespeare, any movie that doesn't feature explosions prominently and classical music.

Oh well, I give up. I'm a total snob. Thanks a lot, Ghostwriters.

And THAT COVER!!!! Why does Ken
Ken Matthews is in love with a pretty, rich, smart girl named Suzanne who also happens to be the complete opposite of him.

Opposites attract, right? What could go wrong?

Except that Suzanne wants to change Ken (listen up women out there - you cannot change a man) to be a better him, and by default a better catch for her. She doesnt succeed and in the end Ken only resents her for it, and she only is left looking like a fool (SEE I told you you cant change a man).

What I dont understand is why Suza
Why must Elizabeth help everybody about everything? But then if she didn't, then we wouldn't have all these secondary SVH characters needing a story line of their own.

I like Ken Matthews (although he didn't figure in much later on in other series) and it sends people on a rescue mode when they figure out that his easygoing manner may be overhauled just because he fell for the artsy and sophisticated type of a woman. Hey, nothing wrong with opposites attract but I guess that's SVH for you.

More o
I put off reading this one for a bit as I thought it would be dull. It involves a relationship between two people I didn't care about or didn't know. Actually it was pretty good and I got sucked into the story as usual. Not very exciting but okay.
Forever Young Adult
Graded By: Erin

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I really think this should be required reading for all teens just because they are so fun....
Sheila Read
I remember the cover but just not the story.
Re-read October 2002.
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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