Love Letters, Page 3

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Bantam, 1985 - Juvenile Fiction - 150 pages
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When Caroline Pearce invents a new out-of-town boyfriend in order to be popular, everything works out great until her friends insist on meeting him.

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Review: Love Letters (Sweet Valley High #17)

User Review  - Nazia Mehendi - Goodreads

am unable to read the book please help Read full review

Review: Love Letters (Sweet Valley High #17)

User Review  - Hillary - Goodreads

Okay "Francine Pascal" did you forget that Regina Morrow is deaf? Because on page 105 you have her talking on the phone with Bruce Patman for hours. That just isn't the level of quality I've come to expect from this highly plausible and original series. Ah-hem. Read full review


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Francine Pascal is one of the most popular fiction writers for teenagers today and the creator of several best-selling series, including Fearless and Sweet Valley High, which was also made into a television series. She has written several novels, including "My First Love and Other Disasters, My Mother Was Never a Kid, " and "Love & Betrayal & Hold the Mayo." In writing her stories, Ms. Pascal is inspired by her own memories of growing up and by the experiences of her three daughters.

Francine Pascal lives in New York and the south of France.

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