Romeo Redeemedby Stacey Jay
Series: Juliet Immortal #2
Expected Publication: October 9, 2012
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Reader
Genre: Young Adult
All will be revealed for fans who have breathlessly awaited the sizzling sequel to Juliet Immortal. This time Romeo takes center stage and gets one chance, and one chance only, to redeem himself.
Cursed to live out eternity in his rotted corpse, Romeo, known for his ruthless, cutthroat ways, is given the chance to redeem himself by traveling back in time to save the life of Ariel Dragland. Unbeknownst to her, Ariel is important to both the evil Mercenaries and the love-promoting Ambassadors and holds the fate of the world in her hands. Romeo must win her heart and make her believe in love, turning her away from her darker potential before his work is discovered by the Mercenaries. While his seduction begins as yet another lie, it soon becomes his only truth. Romeo vows to protect Ariel from harm, and do whatever it takes to win her heart and soul. But when Ariel is led to believe his love is a deception, she becomes vulnerable to Mercenary manipulation, and her own inner darkness may ultimately rip them apart.
The cover is most definitely gorgeous. Not that it’s that important. There are books that have beautiful covers and yet you can’t even get past through half of the book. But come on, this cover is striking and let’s give credit when credit is due.
I have always liked Stacey Jay’s writing. I don’t exactly know what’s in it but it helps with my speed in reading.
So here's some thoughts after reading Romeo Redeemed.
- Romeo aka Dylan’s naked dance while singing a West Side Story song is sexy. Oh my gosh and I thought swooning is only for giggly little girls.
- This book is making me remember why girls are all crazy for Romeo. His charm is downright working on me. I’ve fallen in love again! This man knows exactly how to romance a girl. His wit in romance would be like virtuoso in piano.
- Let me get this straight, I don’t get the whole Ambassador/Mercenaries thing anymore. I’m not really sure who’s good and bad. Both have equally been considered as bad.
- Ariel’s crazy. She is so easy to manipulate, not that it’s any of her fault. She lets these manipulations to get to her. And it’s pathetic.
I got this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review it has no way affected my review of the book.
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About the Author
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 for a living. 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 theatre performer, professional dancer, poorly paid C-movie actress, bartender, waiter, math tutor (for real) and yoga instructor.