Broken Juliet Review
336 pages || Leisa Rayven
Note 📝: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (5) and is in my top 10, actually in the top 3 ❤.
Hello friends, today I’m going to talk about the book My Juliet from the wonderful @leisarayven (I love her already), and what can I say about this book? I can only think of one word: SPLENDID! .
In this book we have the continuation of the story of Ethan and Cassie, now with the story told shortly after the first break of the two and also in the present soon after one of the most wonderful parts of both books.
When I finished my Romeo I freaked out because I thought: God and now? How will the story unfold? And it unfolds in a way that enchanted me a lot.
“- leaning on me – Ethan takes my hands to his chest.When I bury my nails in his muscles, he does not retract.
“Ethan, I do not know if I can do this.”
– I can. Let me help you. “
Seriously I just could not stop reading. I kept thinking about how everything would unfold, and the author knew how to write this perfectly.
I’m one of those who loves to see how love is slowly unfolding, how it grows and evolves over time. And it makes me love the story.
And in the end I cried, I cried a lot. Because when you read, you get into the story and I always knew they deserved a happy ending.
And the happy ending of them is beautiful, cute, and with all that is right.
As far as I know the publisher @globoalt is translating the book Bad Romeo Christmas, and according to their information, will be released next biennial of the book of Rio, when the author turns to Brazil.
Soon review of Perverse Heart.