Can't Stay Away

Can't Stay Away

Francine Pascal / Feb 26, 2020

Can t Stay Away As Elizabeth Wakefield adjusts to life as a senior she finds it hard to concentrate because she cannot stop thinking about Conner McDermott a guy from El Carro High who hardly notices her

  • Title: Can't Stay Away
  • Author: Francine Pascal
  • ISBN: 9780553492347
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • As Elizabeth Wakefield adjusts to life as a senior, she finds it hard to concentrate because she cannot stop thinking about Conner McDermott, a guy from El Carro High who hardly notices her.

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    About "Francine Pascal"

      • Francine Pascal

        Francine Pascal May 13, 1938 is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books Book number one is mostly written by Ms Pascal From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series After the first book ghostwriters were hired and edited by Dan Weiss packaging company.Ms Pascal was married to writer John Pascal July 8, 1932 January 7, 1981 , and her brother was Broadway lyricist Michael Stewart August 1, 1924 September 20, 1987.She now divides her time between homes in New York and the south of Francecmillan author franci


    1. I was just starting high school when this book came out, and it was so different from the Sweet Valley books of old, which I'd read a few of, or even the Sweet Valley University books. I remember being so excited - this series was set immediately after the earthquake ripped through Sweet Valley and all the schools had been divided up, sending kids to Sweet Valley Highwhich meant new characters! To me, this series while shorter than either SVU or SVH, was far more realistic than the previous ones [...]

    2. So bad but so good. But mostly bad. How did I love these so much in middle school? And why will I continue reading them?

    3. I should probably be embarrassed by how much this series still fills me with joy. I should be, but I am not! These crazy kids and their woes will always be my favorite.

    4. When I started trying to get all of my book on , I decided to leave all of the "kid" stuff out, because if I tried to put all of the series' I have read, like all the Sweet Valleys, Baby-Sitters Clubs, Nancy Drews, Goosebumps, Fear Streets, ect it would probably take me forever!! But then I decided since I still own all of the SVH Senior Years, and I loved them sooooo much, I would just bite the bullet and go ahead and add them!!This series (awesomely) came out halfway through my own senior year [...]

    5. This was a completely nostalgia driven reread. I loved these books when I was in 8th grade and I just felt the need to pick it back up.

    6. I remember loving this series in 7th and 8th grade and it's been 18 years since I've read it. So much drama and whining this time around. And why do all the characters hate each other? These weren't nearly as entertaining to reread years later compared to the regular SVH series. Maybe they are too realistic?? I will probably keep reading the Liz and Connor parts though.

    7. Years later after reading this and I STILL love this book.ButWill, Lila, Melissa. Ugh! Gotta love snotty people, cheaters, liars, and people so full of themselves. They really deserve each other. Just sayingw that that is out of the way, I really love this book. The writing was great and kept me interested. I loved the little diary entries as well because it's always great to see from other's points of views. There really isn't much to say about this book, because I really like everything about [...]

    8. I loved this book, I enjoyed the high school feel of it. Even though, as an twenty year old and author (Arched Wing) I knew the huge twist at the end, funnist way to end it and how I would have too, was coming it was still epic. Even when you know it is all going wrong and that they are not real people you can't help but become enveloped in their lives and care so much about their future that you freak out with them, almost cry with them, and fall in love with them. It may have been 1999 when th [...]

    9. Because of the earthquake, Elizabeth and Jessica are going to a new high school for their senior year, and they have to find a way to fit into the dynamic already established there. Jessica butts heads with another popular girl, and it doesn't help that the girl's boyfriend Will has eyes for the beautiful blonde. Arrogant Connor gets Elizabeth's attention, but even though she's attracted to him, all she does is fight with him. This series was my favorite of all of the Sweet Valley series. The ch [...]

    10. Another Sweet Valley book, actually this is the first book out of the 40 something bunchStarting with a story on Elizabeth starting senior year, falling unexpectedly for someone not her type, and Jessica getting into a mess as usual.It's fun to read, especially that I've missed the beginning of the entire drama.

    11. I think that this series was pretty good. I'm hooked when I read it, but when I stop reading itwell.I get distracted by other books. It's a pretty good high school drama.

    12. I love this book so much, for so many nostalgic reasons. I stared the series in 8th grade when it came out, and I don't think I ever finished. I'd love to read the end of it!

    13. Out of all of the Sweet Valley High world, Senior Year was my favorite series. I read and owned all the books in middle school.

    14. I have read so many of these books I can't remember all of them.Merged review:I have read so many of these books I can't remember all of them.

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