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Product Details

  • Series: Juliet Immortal (Book 2)
  • Hardcover: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press (October 9, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0385740182
  • ISBN-13: 978-0385740180
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.8 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,083 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From School Library Journal

Gr 9 Up-In this sequel to Juliet Immortal (Delacorte, 2011), the evil Mercenaries have trapped Romeo in his rotting original body as punishment for attempting to save Juliet. When one of the Ambassadors offers him a chance at redemption, he enters an alternate reality in the body of handsome bad boy Dylan Stroud and has a chance to save Ariel Dragland, Juliet's former host, from a terrible future if he can make her fall in love with him. Romeo gradually wins over the wary Ariel, but, predictably, he finds himself also falling in love with her. He tries to protect her from the Ambassadors and the Mercenaries, but a Mercenary successfully manipulates her into distrusting him, endangering not only their future as a couple, but the future of the whole world as well. Told in alternating narration by Romeo and Ariel, this is an enjoyable reboot in which Romeo becomes a sympathetic hero rather than the contemptible villain of the first book. Readers definitely have to have read Juliet in order to understand what's going on, and it also helps to be familiar with Shakespeare's play. However, the Ambassadors/Mercenaries mythos is still as murky as in the previous book. Purchase where the first novel is popular.-Kathleen E. Gruver, Burlington County Library, Westampton, NJα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

About the Author

STACEY JAY lives in California with her husband and their two boys. 

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Stacey Jay is a recovering workaholic (or at least working hard at recovering) with three pen names, two small children, and a passion for playing pretend. She's been a full time mom-writer since 2005 and can't think of anything she'd rather be doing. Her former careers include theater performer, professional dancer, poorly paid C-movie actress, bartender, waiter, math tutor, and yoga instructor.

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I really wanted to get to know Ariel too, I knew there must be more to her story as well.
kindlemom1 (My Guilty Obsession)
As Dylan/Romeo and Ariel/Juliet are learning to love one another, they learn things about one another that help their love to grow.
Dalene Higgins
I just thought that her part of the story was over so let her have that happy ending in the first book.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chels on November 12, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Stacey Jay has been one of my favorite authors since I first read Juliet Immortal last year. I was thrilled to read and review Romeo Redeemed. Romeo has suffered for hundreds of years because of mistakes he made as a young man in a terrible situation. When given the chance to fight against the Mercenaries, Romeo eagerly accepts. Romeo's assignment is Ariel Dragland; he must make Ariel believe in love. Cocky and confident, Romeo believes Ariel will easily fall for him and he is right. The problem is that he is falling in love with her...and the Ambassador who offered him a chance to right some of the wrongs he committed may not be as good as she appears.
Romeo Redeemed is a book that is impossible to put down. I could not stop reading and then reread the book as soon as I finished. Stacey Jay's writing is poetic and her storyline is brilliant. Teen girls and young women will love Romeo Redeemed. I give this novel five out of five stars.

*Received a copy of the book to review, this in no way affects my review*
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Book Obsession.. on October 9, 2012
Format: Hardcover
When Romeo was cursed and bound to his rotting corpse he knew he would do anything to escape that horrible fate. So when he is given a second chance at redemption, he leaps at the opportunity. His task is to convince Ariel Dragland to believe in love, and thus preventing a cascade of events that could destroy the world. Known for his seductive ways, Romeo believes this task will be a piece of cake, but he quickly realizes his mistake as he starts to fall for her instead. Now he's questioning his motives and his own horrible fate means nothing to him anymore as Ariel becomes the Mercenaries target. Can love truly conquer all or will darkness prevail?

I absolutely loved the first book in this series, Juliet Immortal. I just felt like it fixed everything I couldn't stand about the original story and made it so much better. I'm just not big on tragedy and heartache. That being said, when I saw that Romeo would be getting his own chance at happiness, I was more than excited to see how things played out. I was really hoping to be swept right off my feet like I was the first time around, but unfortunately that never happened. Even though I had seen a spark of goodness in Romeo from the first book, I had a hard time believing his insanely quick transition this time around. In fact, he seemed rather sappy all too quick as well as way too willing to sacrifice himself considering his history. They say love conquers all, but despite being a hopeless romantic, in this case I can't help but being a little skeptical.

Another thing that really frustrated me about this book was the lack of answers. In fact there were a lot of part that were quite confusing as they just weren't explained very well.
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By momofmany1962 on February 4, 2014
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
this was a Christmas gift to my daughter and she said it is a very good book and enjoyed it
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Format: Paperback
Romeo Redeemed was a pretty decent novel. Not as good as the first in my opinion, but it's still worth a good solid 2 thumbs up. I'm glad that Romeo got a second chance to redeem himself and the ending was much better then the first book with the closure that Romeo and Juliet deserved.

Ariel pretty much surprised me in this one though. Juliet made it seem that Ariel was a quiet girl that was just too shy and scared. However, Ariel shows her dark and wild side in the second novel. It was a pleasant change.

Romeo definitely had a softer side, the one we're used to in the Shakespeare novel. Although a few times his darker side would show through, you could still see him change.
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By P. Eberhardt on November 17, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I liked the idea of real life people who may have inspired the Shakespeare tale of Romeo & Juliet. It's honestly one of my favorite stories and one of those that I'm more likely to read a twist on. I liked the first one well enough that I was curious how it would play out.

I like that Romeo was given a chance to redeem himself in modern times while Juliet gets to relive her life in her own time. At first I didn't like the assignment that Romeo was given. How is making someone fall in love promoting love? I think it was more the idea of keeping Ariel out of the hand of the Mercenaries. However, Romeo sees the problem with this scenario and vows to do all he can to protect her. However, Ariel's life has been so full of turmoils that she has a hard time trusting Romeo. But, as the cards play out, Romeo learns what love really means.

While, I know this was Romeo's book, I kind of wish we got more of Juliet. She's sent back to her time with all the knowledge she's obtained over the centuries. It puts her in a dangerous position were she must fight for her life. Here is were I felt the story lost me a lot. I honestly felt the story tried too hard. The full back story and reasoning behind the Ambassadors and Mercenaries was complicated and sometimes didn't make sense to me. I felt myself skimming these parts just to get back to the storyline.

I was glad that I read this story in the end and it tied up all the loose ends. However, its not really a series that I would recommend you jump up and go buy. I've never read anything else by this author, so I have nothing really to compare it to.
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