Sweet Valley High: A Deadly Christmas (Book)
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  • I like the drama because there’s love into it but there’s also betrayal and that’s what makes the book more exciting – the love triangle between Sue, Jessica, and Jeremy, and all the money that went along with it and who can really be trusted and loved

    • by nadja
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      This book is a Sweet Valley High Deception Thriller series and it’s very exciting. It has a very matured side and unlikely of the Wakefield twins to encounter on their everyday lives as it features clumsy yet innocently-in-love Jessica Wakefield falling into the deceptive hands of handsome Jeremy Randall who is a murderer and a crook and a thief who also has Sue Gibbons wrapped around his little finger. The plot is all about Jeremy faking a kidnapping with Sue Gibbons and behind the scenes Jeremy and Sue are really an item but Jeremy faked a kidnapping with

      Sue so she can get her inheritance money. Jessica doesn’t believe all of this and although the other people are already getting into the thick of it all, Jessica still believes her man and doesn’t believe that Sue and Jeremy are an item and Jeremy is just a two-timer too. Sue is also mad that Jeremy is still playing with Jessica, and in the end it makes Sue realize that Jeremy is just playing with the two of them and the girls realize that Jeremy just really wants the money for it all and wants to go to ...

      • Switzerland alone and spend Sue’s money with new girls, and together they plan a revenge plot to catch Jeremy in the act but it’s really dangerous in the end because neither wants to play with Jeremy’s games and pretend they’re still in love with him anymore, but with Jessica’s twin Elizabeth and a skilled private detective, they capture Jeremy before someone is hurt and it’s a very suspenseful book from beginning to end!

        I like the drama because there’s love into it but there’s also betrayal and that’s what makes the book more exciting – the love triangle

        between Sue, Jessica, and Jeremy, and all the money that went along with it and who can really be trusted and loved. It’s a really mature plot for the twins and I’m really glad that Francine Pascal (the creator of Sweet Valley) had thought of this, but I applaud the writer more who is Kate William because she’s the one who put it all into words. It this was a movie it would be really exciting, but written in a book where you could read every detail it’s just the next best thing, I rate this a 9 out of 10.




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