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Download Sweet Valley Twins #79: JESSICA"S BLIND DATE epub

by Jamie Suzanne




Download Sweet Valley Twins #79: JESSICA"S BLIND DATE epub
ISBN: 0553408267
ISBN13: 978-0553408263
Category: Teen
Subcategory: Romance
Author: Jamie Suzanne
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam (1994)
Pages: 137 pages
ePUB size: 1452 kb
FB2 size: 1171 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 432
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Manris
You should read this book. I love the story. Especially how things turn out. There are a lot of Sweet Valley Twins books, about how things turn out how you didn't expect them to. Examples are "Don't Go in the Basement", "Elizabeth the Spy", and "The New Girl". But this book's turning point was very much surprising. You'll love reading this book. It's exciting, cool, and romantic.
Rolling Flipper
Jessica is so sick of her boyfriend Aaron.He is so immature.He wears Donald Duck t shirts,and calls her weird little names like Jess-Wess.He slurps his ice cream.He EMBARASSES her!!!!Soon she breaks up with him and then places a personal ad in the school's newspaper.A totally cool guy answers it.Even though a reader can guess exactly who the guy is,it is still a coool book.
Gio
IT'S THE COOOOOLEST BOOK I'VE EVER READ. IT'S FUNNY THE WAY JANET GETS WINSTON (OR WAS IT LILA WHO GOT WINSTON?)& JESSICA GETS AARON. FIRST SHE FIGHHT WITH HIM & THEN SHE GETS HIM AS HER DATE. ISN'T IT AWESOME?! I JUST LOOVE THIS BOOK! I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK FOR AAAALL SWEET VALLEY FANS. THOSE OF YOU WHO'RE CRAAAAAZY ABOUT SWEET VALLEY CAN CONTACT ME AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS.
Yozshugore
Jessica is so sick and tired of Aaron,because he wears Donald Duck t-shirts,and Slurps his soda and calls Jessica Jess-Wess. Jessica Askes Elizabeth to put in a dating ad in the Sixers. Janet's guy Danny saves her Brownies at lunch. She wants to be put in the paper as well as do other Unicorns.
avanger
This book was good, i admit it. . . like the person B4 said it was exciting and but i don't think it was romantic.. . . we're talking about 6th graders! Not seniors. But it still was a good book you'll love the ending