Sweet valley high playing with fire ebook


 

Can Jessica play Bruce Patman's game and win? Looks like Jessica's gotten her way again. Fresh from her greatest social triumph being crowned as Sweet. Oh, Jessica I so want to feel sorry for you but I can't! I feel like the writing in Playing with Fire greatly improved from the first two books. But, I'm still so angry that. Read "Playing With Fire (Sweet Valley High #3)" by Francine Pascal available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Can Jessica .

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Sweet Valley High Playing With Fire Ebook

Read "Playing With Fire (Sweet Valley High #3)" by Francine Pascal available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first eBook. Can Jessica. Read saving Playing with Fire (Sweet Valley High, #3) My read-through of the currently available ebooks for SVH continues. I forgot how ridiculous these. Sweet Valley High # 3: PLAYING WITH FIRE by Francine Pascal; 2 editions; First DAISY for print-disabled Download ebook for print-disabled (DAISY).

Wednesday, March 28, Sweet Valley High Revisited - Playing With Fire While it may not look like it, this post was very nearly a disaster of the unmitigated variety. I had just gotten stuck into book three of the series in ebook format and all was going to plan. There was a dance contest at the school of course , Lila was wearing a yellow dress that "looked like it had been ripped right from the pages of In Style" In Style? Ok, maybe it's been around since the Eighties, thought I , however, there seemed to be a suspicious lack of hilarious outfits but then we got to the school band playing onstage and shit got real, because these guys were called Valley of Death. Stall the fucking BALL, who the hell are these jokers? Next thing I know, it's being explained that the dance competition used to be totally lame but "since all the crazy reality TV dance competitions started popping up, it had become one of the most popular events of the year". Reality TV? In the Eighties? It turns out I was reading a rewrite. I would have flung it across the room in disgust, only I was reading it on my iPad and that probably wouldn't be the best idea ever. Let me tell you, the town of Sweet Valley in is a frightening and unfamiliar place. For one thing, Bruce no longer drives his black Porsche, he now has a Cadillac. Are Porsches not cool enough anymore or something? Dairi Burger has mutated into Casa del Sol, a burritos and nachos Mexican restaurant.

The book even says the word breasts! THIS is why these books were barred from certain households in the early Nineties. Jessica begins to back off a bit, so Bruce essentially calls her a prick tease and even though Jessica wants to slow things down a notch, they sneak off to the woods together because logic is for losers. Elizabeth comes over all Helen Lovejoy, clutches her pearls and follows them into the trees to save Jessica from having sexy fun with the handsome boy she likes. Jessica tells Elizabeth to fuck away off and stays out all night with Bruce like the horny teenager she is.

The next morning, Elizabeth is moping over breakfast while Ned and Alice give us a little insight into their seemingly perfect relationship.

Alice reads in the paper that George Fowler is expanding his business so she decides to show him her interior design portfolio, seeing as that's her job and all. It turns out that Ned has heard that the job is going to some big firm in San Francisco and never mentioned it to her because it didn't seem important.

Sweet Valley High Playing with Fire () - Elizabeth and Jessica are better than you.

Fuck you, Ned Wakefield! In the meantime, aka Subplot-land, The Droids are all excited because a record company rep came to their gig at the dance competition he wore red leather pants. Jessica starts spending all her time according to what Bruce wants to do, skips classes to indulge in a spot of frottage on school grounds, collects dry cleaning for him and stops going to cheerleading practice because he thinks cheerleading is stupid.

Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but according to every piece of pop culture ever, high school boys are all about the cheerleaders, no? Well, not in Bruce's case anyway. He's also going around the school saying he gets whatever he wants, when he wants it from Jessica because she's a total hobag. Meanwhile, Jessica acts like a simpering doormat to keep Bruce happy, because he seems to like his women braindead.

She's all excited about playing tennis with him, but he gets really annoyed that she's better at it than he is, so she throws the match to keep him sweet. By sweet I mean mentally abusive. She also changes the way she dresses, going on a shopping spree for the most boring clothes ever. A matching brown wool blazer and skirt and two oxford shirts, to be precise.

I actually missed the diabolical sociopathic Jessica at this stage. He's even got a jumper over his shoulders, which is the universal symbol of smug twats worldwide. He also has Jessica in some manner of choke hold, but hey, who doesn't enjoy a little light choking now and again?

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For some reason, Jessica makes plans with Robin who is fat by the way to give her a makeover because she's so fat and all but blows her off because Bruce whistles for her so she comes running. As a theater lover and Tony voter, Ms.

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Martin's Paperbacks St. Martin's Press On Sale: It turns out I was reading a rewrite. I would have flung it across the room in disgust, only I was reading it on my iPad and that probably wouldn't be the best idea ever. Let me tell you, the town of Sweet Valley in is a frightening and unfamiliar place.

Playing With Fire (Sweet Valley High #3)

For one thing, Bruce no longer drives his black Porsche, he now has a Cadillac. Are Porsches not cool enough anymore or something? Dairi Burger has mutated into Casa del Sol, a burritos and nachos Mexican restaurant.

What the hell was wrong with burgers? People still eat burgers, you rewriting jerks!

As if that wasn't bad enough, it describes drummer Emily Mayer's outfit thusly: She was wearing a faded black t-shirt with a red peace sign on the front and baggy shorts with combat boots. For shame, ghost writing lady. Anyway, the day was eventually saved by site and my slightly panicked snapping up of the first six books of the series.

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So here we go, the untainted, unspoiled, un-mobile-phones-being-awkwardly-shoehorned-in-at-every-opportunity version of book the third. Sweet Valley High 3: Playing With Fire So, big dance contest hoo-ha.

It seems that the very fabric of Sweet Valley High would be under serious threat if there wasn't a dance of some sort held at least once a week.

Thanks to Elizabeth's dastardly revenge plot at the end of the second book , Jessica has to attend the dance with nerdy Winston Egbert, as they're the reigning king and queen of something or other. Jessica is all huffy because she wants to dance with the minted and handsome Bruce Patman and Winston keeps stepping on her foot.

We're also introduced to Robin Wilson, who has the audacity to want to be friends with Jessica and who, by the sound of it, is the only fat person in all of Sweet Valley. The way the book describes her is actually so cruel and unnecessary, practically every mention of her has some reference to her size - "the overweight girl", "running as fast as her plump legs could carry her", "the pudgy girl standing before her" - Jesus, alright Francine, we get it, you hate fat people. Way to fuck with preteen reader body issues.

Anyway, Bruce eventually swoops in and rescues Jessica from Winston's left-footedness with his nifty dance moves, lifting her high in the air and spinning her over his shoulders because it seems that they're actually Johnny Castle and Baby. Naturally, they win and Jessica ditches Winston to go off to Ken's house party with Bruce, after Elizabeth does the requisite bit of nagging her to be careful. At the party, when the group all go for a splash in the lake, Jessica and Bruce swim away from the rest to grind against each other like dogs in heat.

The book even says the word breasts! THIS is why these books were barred from certain households in the early Nineties. Jessica begins to back off a bit, so Bruce essentially calls her a prick tease and even though Jessica wants to slow things down a notch, they sneak off to the woods together because logic is for losers.

Elizabeth comes over all Helen Lovejoy, clutches her pearls and follows them into the trees to save Jessica from having sexy fun with the handsome boy she likes. Jessica tells Elizabeth to fuck away off and stays out all night with Bruce like the horny teenager she is.

The next morning, Elizabeth is moping over breakfast while Ned and Alice give us a little insight into their seemingly perfect relationship.

Alice reads in the paper that George Fowler is expanding his business so she decides to show him her interior design portfolio, seeing as that's her job and all. It turns out that Ned has heard that the job is going to some big firm in San Francisco and never mentioned it to her because it didn't seem important.

Fuck you, Ned Wakefield! In the meantime, aka Subplot-land, The Droids are all excited because a record company rep came to their gig at the dance competition he wore red leather pants. Jessica starts spending all her time according to what Bruce wants to do, skips classes to indulge in a spot of frottage on school grounds, collects dry cleaning for him and stops going to cheerleading practice because he thinks cheerleading is stupid.

Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but according to every piece of pop culture ever, high school boys are all about the cheerleaders, no? Well, not in Bruce's case anyway.