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Love Letters by Francine Pascal
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bookshelves: sweet-valley-books, book-series, young-adult, read-growing-up, lost-book
Read on December 03, 1992, read count: 1

In an attempt to impress Jessica and to fit in with her snobby clique, Caroline Pearce invents a boyfriend: perfect Adam. Yes, I do get that obvious reference to the first man created.

She wins an immediate boost, but further damages her self esteem and plays into the hands of the very girls she wants to impress. Since unfortunately, Jessica and Lila challenge her, and Caroline finds herself turning to Liz Wakefield for help.

Caroline seemed really vulnerable and lonely in this story line as opposed to the gossipy creature that she has always been portrayed as in the later books and even back in the Sweet Valley Twins series. I appreciate that the writer let us see this side of her for I never did like her one-dimensional self.


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Book Details:

Title: Love Letters (Sweet Valley High, #17)
Author: Francine Pascal
Reviewed By: Purplycookie
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Tom Cruise I loved Sweet Valley High's book # 17 Love Letters!


PurplyCookie Thanks for liking my book review, Tom! :)


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