Following the conclusion of the original Sweet Valley High series, the twins' final year of high school was depicted in SVH: Senior Year. And I'm having kind of a good time writing it, doing what I want to do with these people." Fans of the series have given mixed-to-negative reviews, citing many inconsistencies and canonical errors.
After the devastating earthquake that claimed the lives of their friends and destroyed their homes, the damage to the El Carro High forces a redistribution of its students to local high schools in Sweet Valley and Big Mesa. For example, near the beginning of the book, Elizabeth's ex-boyfriend Jeffrey French is mentioned as being happily married, while in the last "epilogue" chapter, he is "still unmarried and unattached." There are many other mistakes in the epilogue as well, such as what happened to Suzanne Devlin: "Suzanne was forced to leave Sweet Valley but returned 6 months later a changed person; unfortunately, she was ill with multiple sclerosis.
Chronologically this is the final chapter in the series and the only spin-off that did not feature Jessica directly. Another inconsistency is the way Jessica talks in the book, peppering her sentences with "So," and "like," which is a departure from the way she spoke in the SVH and SVU series.
It continues from the plot that occurred at the end of Sweet Valley University; Elizabeth flees to London, intending to continue her schooling. Elizabeth Wakefield is not going back to Sweet Valley University. The story begins with Elizabeth in New York, where she is working on a magazine called Show Survey, described as "a sort of Zagat for Off Broadway." Through flashbacks, we learn that Jessica and Todd had been having an affair off and on for the last five years, and that eight months ago Elizabeth discovered their duplicity, and has not spoken to either of them since.
This series focused on the club members in general, not specifically the twins. Especially Sarah, her boss's daughter, who'd love to see her sent back to America.
Jessica and Todd still live together in Sweet Valley.
Jessica has a very successful career for a cosmetics marketing company called "MYFACEISGREEN" and Todd is a successful sports columnist.
Alice works as an interior designer at one of the town's major design firms.
Although they are quite comfortable, they do not consider themselves wealthy.