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Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield can't wait for their cousin Kelly Bates to visit. They're going to have a triple-good time, because Kelly looks enough like them to be their sister. When Kelly arrives a few days before Thanksgiving, she seems sad about something. Jessica and Elizabeth want their cousin to be happy, but how can they help Kelly if she won't tell them what's wrong? What is the big secret Kelly can't share with her cousins? Don't miss any of the books in this exciting series!
George Warren has been looking forward to taking his girlfriend, Enid Rollins, as a passenger on his first licensed flight. Afterward he's going to tell her something he's known for a long time -- he doesn't love her anymore, and their relationship is over. Then he'll be free to date Robin Wilson, the girl he does love. But as he and Enid are flying, George loses control of the plane and is forced to make a crash landing. Enid is seriously injured, and George is overcome with guilt. He can't possibly break up with Enid now. But how long can he pretend to be in love with her and continue living a lie?
Jessica Wakefield wonders why her twin sister Elizabeth is so friendly. Lois is always scared of everybody, but Elizabeth wants to be her friend. Will she be able to transform scaredy-cat Lois into a braver Lois?
It's spring break and twins Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield are taking a scuba-diving course at Pirate's Cove. On their first dive they discover the remains of an old pirate ship and half of a golden heart buried in the sand. Soon the twins receive spooky chain letters demanding that what was taken from the sea be returned.
Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield are thrilled when they land small parts in a movie being made in Sweet Valley. The film is based on the true story of the mysterious death of twelve-year-old Lillian Keller, and it's being filmed at the creepy old Keller mansion. One stormy afternoon, Jessica finds an old necklace on the beach near the mansion. She puts it on, and that very night she has a terrible nightmare about a girl falling to her death. She becomes convinced that someone -- or something -- is trying to tell her that the mystery of Lillian Keller's death is far from solved. But can a necklace really hold the secret to a murder?
In the words of 7-year-old Elizabeth Wakefield... My twin sister, Jessica, and I get to spend the day with our mom. She works in a big, fancy department store! I'm going to work hard. So is Jessica...I think. We can't get into too much trouble when Mom's around. Can we?
The end of the road for Todd and Elizabeth? One of the strictest rules in the Wakefield house is "No motorcycles." Ever since their cousin was killed in a crash, Elizabeth and Jessica have been forbidden to go near them. So when Elizabeth's boyfriend Todd drives up on a shiny new Yamaha, she knows there's trouble ahead. She can't ride Todd's bike, but other girls can -- and do. And sight of those girls riding with their arms around Todd is making Elizabeth crazy with jealousy. Todd tells her not to worry, but Elizabeth's scared of losing him. Will Todd's new bike drive them apart?
Danny Jackson, a new boy at school, is funny, and a fast-runner. But there are bad rumors going around about him because he behaves really badly: playing pranks on teachers, acting up in class, even skipping class. And Jessica, of course, believes the rumors. But Elizabeth doesn't -- she thinks there must be a reason. Sure enough, there is a reason.
While Elizabeth and Jessica continue their internship at the London Journal, Scotland Yard is baffled by a series of grisly murders. Meanwhile Elizabeth and Luke have become more than friends, and they both suspect Jessica may be in danger from her new friend Lord Robert Pembroke. The second book in this three-part mini-series will grab both Sweet Valley fans and horror fans.
Elizabeth and Todd are running out of time. If they can't expose the conspiracy tearing Sweet Valley University apart, they may not live to see another day. Will Tom Watts swallow his pride and come to their rescue? Meanwhile, Jessica is crushed. It turns out her new love, Professor Miles, is married -- and his wife is out for blood.
Jessica Wakefield is in danger. Convinced that her fiance, Jeremy, is a two-timing criminal, she plots to get even. But her devious plan goes awry and she's caught in her own trap. Elizabeth Wakefield is scared for her sister and doesn't know whom to trust. If she chooses wrong, Jessica will burn to death!
Immortally yours... William White's reign of terror continues. Elizabeth Wakefield thought she was seeing things when William White came back into her life. But William actually survived the accident she believed had killed him -- and he's changed. His handsome face is heartbreakingly scarred, and he's humble, caring, and sensitive. In fact, William staged the entire Virtual Reality Fair just to win Elizabeth back. And it's working. William's timing couldn't have been more perfect. He breezed into Elizabeth's life just when her love for Tom Watts was falling apart. Once Elizabeth succumbs to William's spell, he's going to make her pay for everything she put him through ... and he's going to love every minute of it...
Elizabeth, Jessica, and their classmates are going on the best field trip ever -- they're taking a ferry to a Pacific island to observe island life. But then the twins discover their teachers have been left behind and the ferry captain is bound and gagged.
Sweet Valley is stunned by the news: Beautiful young Elizabeth Wakefield lies in a coma, on the brink of death after a horrible motorcycle accident. Elizabeth's boyfriend Todd is consumed by guilt; he was driving and escaped unharmed. He feels totally helpless. All he can do is wait for a change in Elizabeth's condition -- a change that might mean the loss of the only girl he's ever loved. But no one is more shattered than Elizabeth's twin, Jessica. As she keeps watch over the silent body of her sister, she's overwhelmed by despair. Without Elizabeth, can life go on?
Sue Gibbons, who's been staying with the Wakefields, has been kidnapped just weeks after gorgeous Jeremy Randall left her at the altar for Jessica! Now Sue's captor is threatening to kill her if the Wakefields don't pay up. Jeremy insists he'll find the kidnapper, but soon Jessica becomes suspicious of him.
Although Elizabeth Wakefield knows that Todd is the only boy for her, she agrees to go out with handsome, wealthy Nicholas. She later learns that Jessica is interested in Nicholas. Can she keep Todd and Jessica from finding out?
George's face was grim as he drove along with Robin. "Your aunt has no right to mess up our plans, Robin. You're staying right here. She can't send you three thousand miles away like you're her property." A chill traveled up Robin's spine. George was doing the same thing her aunt was doing-- deciding what was right for her without asking her what she thought!
Can Jessica find a way to go on without Nick? The shocking murder of Nick Fox has left Jessica Wakefield shattered. After enduring the burial of her lost love, she must face the pain of going on without him. No one really knows how badly Jessica's hurting--not even her twin sister. And no matter how loudly she cries for help, no one seems to hear her. Will Jessica decide to drop out forever? Elizabeth Wakefield wishes she'd never heard about the passionate night Tom Watts spent with Dana Upshaw. Now, as she cares for her devastated sister, she realizes what little passion there is in her own life. Will Elizabeth abandon her worrywart ways and show everyone at SVU--especially Tom--just how carefree and sexy she can be without him?
Elizabeth Wakefield and her friends find out that Brian Boyd, the class bully, is being physically abused by his parents.
She's in trouble. Big trouble. Liz could get deported. Unless someone from Pennington mansion stands up for her. But who? Everyone hates her. Especially Sarah, her boss's daughter, who'd love to see her sent back to America.
The earthquake destroyed Sweet Valley. . . and one of the twins' best friends is dead. . . . Twin sisters Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield have been ripped apart in the chaos following a devastating earthquake. Through the agony, fear, and despair, they must dig through the rubble to find each other again, hoping against hope that they haven't been separated for good. But as they search, tragedy surrounds them. Enid Rollins clings to life by a thread as Devon Whitelaw and Bruce Patman work to save her. Steven Wakefield risks his life to help his one true love. Most frightening of all, Todd Wilkins, Lila Fowler, Ken Matthews, and Olivia Davidson are missing and presumed dead. Can their friends find them before it's too late?
Identical twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield expect guests for the weekend. But after Eric and Wesley Nelson arrive, things run into rough weather for them and the only way out is to run away from home.
When her pal Melissa McCormick, along with Melissa's brother, is orphaned, Elizabeth helps Melissa and her brother get jobs so that they can pay the bills and avoid being placed in separate foster homes.
Elizabeth Wakefield is in love...with Todd Wilkins. Todd was only supposed to cheer up a brokenhearted Elizabeth--help her forget about longtime love Tom Watts. But the familiar taste of Todd's gentle kiss and the feel of his strong arms around her makes Elizabeth's head spin. You never get a second chance to make an impression. Jessica Wakefield learns this the hard way when she slams her Jeep into a sports car on the freeway. Jessica blows up at the crazy driver. Who cares? She'll never see the woman again. But Jessica does...the night her boyfriend Nick Fox takes her home to meet his parents.
Elizabeth wins an Easter egg in a school contest. She is amazed when the egg hatches and decides that she must save her new pet, Sneeches, from being sent to a farm.