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Romeo Redeemed (Juliet Immortal) Hardcover – October 9, 2012
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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*
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.Read more ›
The book is told from both Romeo and Ariel's point of view. There is even a little Juliet thrown in throughout the book. This did confuse me to start and I was beyond thrown because of the glimpse we got at the end of Juliet Immortal. The switch from each POV is put at the start of each chapter but more than that you can just tell who you are reading. Their voices are very clear,easy to identify and made the book go much faster than I had anticipated. That being said I was happy with how the book was paced and the way things were placed throughout the book. This was more of a what's happening now than what happened before and really I think that may have given this book a bit of an edge from the first.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this story. Maybe more than the first book. This time Romeo wants to make things right and wants to save Ariel. I liked this series.Published 1 month ago by Marla Hanover
I bought this as a Christmas present for my sister and she loved it!Published 11 months ago by Kandii
I loved the two books! The plot and the story itself is so crazy awesome i had to buy my own copy.Published 13 months ago by Sydney Fernandez
Really great way to end these two books. Great writer, and would really love to read more of her stuffPublished 17 months ago by Kate Miller
WOW! WOW! WOW! How do people function normally? I forgot. This book. THIS BOOK! I know that this is now my THIRD
Stacey Jay fangirly review but WOW! Read more
romeo is given an interesting and frustrating proposition.
when he messes up with ariel, he gets a second chance. Read more