Loving (Caitlin: Love Trilogy, #1)
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Loving (Caitlin: Love Trilogy #1)

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Caitlin won't wait for him to love her. Caitlin. Beautiful. Dazzling. Charming. Rich. And very, very clever. To everyone at her exclusive Virginia boarding school, she seems to have it all. But there is a secret need that haunts her life. A need for love. And only one boy can make her forget her unhappy home life, can fulfill her need for love: handsome, sensitive Jed Mich...more
Mass Market Paperback, 200 pages
Published May 1st 1985 by Bantam Starfire (first published 1985)
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This was the first book in the Caitlyn series from the mid-80'e. It was interesting, although a bit cliched, but anything from the 80's is a refreshing blast from the past! I hadn't read these back then, but I figured I'd give it a shot now.
Pinky222 Almeroth
Was OBSESSED with these books (and Sweet Valley High) as a child of the 80's! I would read them over and over. I still have them (and all my Sweet Valley Highs, and all my Baby-sitter Clubs!)...I might just take a trip down memory lane and read the Caitlin series again! I wanted to BE her!
I was a fan of the Sweet Valley series when I was growing up. I thought that I’d read through this new series created by Pascal just to check if she can step out of the shadow of her more popular works.

A bit of a disclaimer though: When Pascal advertised her new series, ”Caitlin”, she described Caitlin as a dazzling Sweet Valley Jessica Wakefield type. What we got instead was someone resembling Lila Fowler—you know, the poor, little rich girl type.

But then I thought this was an original book ga...more
I loved this book when I was 12. it was fun to read it again as an adult. I collected all three Caitlin trilogies from used booksellers.
Heather Moss
I remember being very excited to get the first book in a teen romance series the same year it came out. Yet I never read anything else in the series, because this book kind of sucked. I always hated horse-girls, and Caitlin is a horse-girl. I did want to look like her and have her awesome dorm room, though.
I read this way back when I was a teenager and for some reason felt the urge to find the series and read it again. Always a sucker for easy reads that have a little romance.
Oh, you know you want to read my blog about this book.

Kendra Mccaskill
This is a book I read as a teen. Loved the change in her character. Good reading for a young adult.
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I'm fairly certain I read this book in Junior High... can't remember.
Sheila Read
I have read so many of these books I can't remember all of them.
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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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