From Francine Pascal, creator of the best-selling Sweet Valley High series and author of the New York Times best-selling Sweet Valley Confidential, comes the continuing adventures of beautiful blonde twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield in an exciting new six-part e-serial, The Sweet Life.
Three years after the events of Sweet Valley Confidential, Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are back in Sweet Valley and inseparable once more. Things are looking up for both twins: Elizabeth is a star reporter at the LA Tribune with a popular blog, and Jessica’s PR career is on the fast-track. But while the professional lives of the Wakefield sisters are secure, their personal lives may be in jeopardy. Jessica, now a mother, finds that managing parenthood, marriage, and a job is harder than she expected, while Elizabeth and Bruce must face a scandal that could strengthen their bond…or tear them apart for ever.
Meanwhile, life goes on in Sweet Valley. Families are made, hearts are broken, and…Lila Fowler is a reality TV star? Some things never change.
The Sweet Life takes Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield through a new chapter in their well-chronicled and beloved fictional lives. This dramatic first installment and cliff-hanger ending will leave readers breathless for the next episode.
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Too short for paying a credit or $10
What disappointed you about The Sweet Life, Episode 1?
I was disappointed that each part of this set was separate. You had to pay 1 credit for 2 and 1/2 hours. The three parts should be put together and that would equal your average audio book at 10-12 hours.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Ilyana Kadushin?
She was a fairly good narrator but I couldn't tell between the characters voices often.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
It reminded me of my childhood, reading the Sweet Valley series
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Character I love
I really enjoyed findibg out about Jessica and Elizabeth as adults. I loved this series as a kid and I like it now as an adult.