The moral of the story: It’s okay to act like a total bitch as long as you have a medical condition from which you’ll recover one day and not remember any of your bitchiness. All will be forgiven.
The Big Deal: “Welcome home” party at the Wakefields’ and a “pickup party” at Lila’s
Most of the first chapter (part of which is for some reason told from Liz’s perspective, even though she’s in a coma) consists of Jessica blabbering to a comatose Liz about how guilty she feels about what happened, blah, blah, blah. Then Liz...
The moral of the story: No motorcycles! Motorcycles=death!
The Big Deal: Enid’s sweet sixteen party
For some reason Liz is afraid to tell Todd that she isn’t allowed to ride his new motorcycle. For once, Jessica is the voice of reason and tells Liz to just tell him what’s going on. She does and he understands. He offers to talk to Ned and Alice to see about getting the restriction lifted, but they say no. Todd promises them he’ll never let Liz on the bike.
The moral of the story: It’s okay to stay out all night with a boy as long as you convince someone to cover for you.
The Big Deal: A party after the surfing contest.
Synopsis: Jessica goes to a party at the lake with some guy named Scott and his college friends. He gets drunk and tries to get Jessica to sleep with him, but she fights him off and he gives up. They argue and he won’t give her his car keys. Then he falls asleep. So my question is, why doesn’t she take his keys while he’s sleeping? Instead, she curls up on the floor and goes to sleep herself....
Sweet Valley High is a book series that goes down in history for me! The Wakefield twins were such a big part of my life when I was younger, and I love that the club icon is the original cover photo from "Double Love", the first book EVER written for the series! Brittany and Cynthia Daniel are beautiful girls, but I just can't help picturing Elizabeth and Jessica the way they look on the original book covers. In my mind, that is how they will always look :)
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