Broken Juliet (The Starcrossed Series #2) (Paperback)

By Leisa Rayven

St. Martin's Griffin, 9781250064196, 336pp.

Publication Date: April 28, 2015

List Price: 14.99*
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Description

How do you fix a love that's been broken beyond repair?

For years, Cassie Taylor tried to forget about Ethan Holt. He was the one great love of her life, and when he failed to return her love, a part of her died forever. Or so she thought. Now she and Ethan are sharing a Broadway stage, and he's determined to win her back. Claiming to be a changed man, he's finally able to say all the things she needed to hear years ago, but can she believe him? What makes this time different from all his other broken promises?

Ethan knows he can't change their tumultuous past, but if he's going to have any chance of being with the woman he loves, he'll need to convince Cassie that her future belongs with him.

Don't miss this stunning conclusion to the unforgettable love story that captivated over two million fans online.

"The emotions were superb. Hottest new book couple!" -Jennifer Probst, New York Times bestselling author of The Marriage Bargain

"Leisa Rayven crashes onto the romance scene, laughing, flirting, and just daring us to put Bad Romeo down. I couldn't!" -Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Bastard



About the Author

Leisa Rayven is the author of Bad Romeo and Broken Juliet. She is also a freelance actor and producer in Brisbane, Australia, where she's at work on her next novel.


Praise For Broken Juliet (The Starcrossed Series #2)

“With Broken Juliet, Leisa Rayven meets and exceeds the high bar she set in Bad Romeo. It has a fair share of angst and heartbreak, but the dialogue is sprinkled with sharp, witty, absolutely hilarious banter, which assists in giving dimension to the story. Bad Romeo concluded with a cliffhanger, but happily, Broken Juliet ties off the story arcs in fine fashion, leaving this reader very satisfied. What Ethan does to win Cassie back is definitely sigh-worthy - he proves he's the good Romeo she deserves. ;) If you enjoy a heartwarming unique New Adult romance, Broken Juliet is highly recommended. This book and Bad Romeo are keepers.” —USA TODAY Happily Ever After blog

“This book grabbed me and didn't let go. I'm in love with Leisa Rayven and the rest of the world needs to be, too.” —Colleen Hoover, New York Times bestselling author of Ugly Love, on Bad Romeo

Bad Romeo delivers perfect romance - emotional, edgy, and illicit. Every page is charged with off-the-charts chemistry. Don't miss this exciting debut.” —M. Pierce, bestselling author of the Night Owl Trilogy, on Bad Romeo

“Leisa Rayven crashes onto the romance scene: laughing, flirting, and just daring us to put Bad Romeo down. I couldn't!” —Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Bastard, on Bad Romeo

“An unputdownable debut! Filled with delicious tension that will make your palms sweat, toes curl and heart race.” —Alice Clayton, New York Times bestselling author of Wallbanger, on Bad Romeo

“The perfect combination of hot and hilarious, Bad Romeo is utterly dazzling. I loved it!” —Katy Evans, New York Times bestselling author of Real, on Bad Romeo

“I absolutely LOVED this book. This is a romance that you feel with all your heart and soul. Ethan and Cassie's chemistry was off-the-charts and their connection so intense that it kept my heart racing the whole way through. The writing captured the emotional intensity of their epic love while balancing it out with hilarious scenes that had me laughing out loud, and other scenes that had me fanning myself from the hotness. It was the perfect balance! Absolutely freaking ADORED it. And I can't recommend it highly enough.” —Aesta's Book Blog on Bad Romeo

“I loved reading this book. The heroine is infused with the perfect amount of believable hopefulness and charm. She is fully-fleshed out and possesses a sense of humor that is wry and witty…And the hero is perfectly drawn. The reader may want to throttle him for a sizable portion of the text. They will equally want to make out with him. And that dichotomy is perfect for a New Adult hero. He is wonderful and believably bad for her in all the best ways.” —Bibliopunkk on Bad Romeo