WELCOME TO SWEET Valley High--a world of good girls and bad girls, hot boys with fast cars, perfect tans and natural highlights . . . all under the Southern California sun.
Twin girls, identical in every way--yet they couldn't be more different. Jessica Wakefield is used to getting what she wants--at school, with her friends, and especially with boys--and she'll stop at nothing to get it. Elizabeth Wakefield is used to letting her twin sister have her way. There's not much that's worth fighting her over--lost earrings can be replaced, petty problems can be resolved, and rampant rumors can be doused like a fire. But when it comes to Todd Wilkins, Liz isn't so sure she should step aside and make way for Jessica. This time, Jessica Wakefield is going to have some competition--from her own sister.
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Review: Double Love (Sweet Valley High #1)User Review - Kerri - Goodreads
Loved it when I was a pre-teen 25+ years ago. lol Read full review
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Review: Double Love (Sweet Valley High #1)User Review - Melissa - Goodreads
I was much younger when I read these series but I remember staying up all night to read them! lol! Great memories :) Read full review
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