Why Romeo Hates Juliet
Love thy neighbor... but not before you shoot him first!
From the first moment they meet, when has-been movie star, Romeo Boyd mistakes romance writer, Juliet Soma for the hot stripper his friends have hired for him for the night, the beach neighbors clash and an epic war of pranks begins to brew between them.
And when the sexy novelist gets the partying, Hollywood bad bo...more
I rolled my eyes so many times in this book, they almost rolled out of my head. Juliet was a moron. She was just plain dumb. Romeo was an idiot frat boy. With the exception of Sara and Tommy, the secondary characters were just as dumb. I almost stopped reading at the super glue scene, it was so idiotic.I would...more
Three chapters into this book, I honestly started to question whether this author had ever had a conversation with another human. By the end, I was certain she had not. The dialog is just that awful. Not only that, but I have never been so disappointed in a story that I went into with no expectations. I could so easily see how this could've been a very entertaininng screwball romantic comedy type novel, but clearly that was not to be. It's just astonishing to me the way the a...more
Disclaimer: I started reading this book. But then I couldn't go on past a point because the choice was to either afflict damage on my precious Kindle or go berserker on the world.
All this hate is because
a) Juliet's voice is the most childish, immature fake voice ever. Even her POV as a kid is very unconvincing.
b) Juliet is examining Romeo's black eye(she gave it to him). "But as she did so, a sensuous light seemed to pass between them the both of them and she felt a tingling in the pit of her st...more
Well you most certainly get a lot of that is this book.
This book starts with a sad, sad reality of our current society...Juliet and Sara's parents divorce. Bo matter what happens in a relationship, children shouldn't be a casualty of divorce. What kind of parent, human being does that...
You have two characters who's childwood somehow defined their core and actions as grow ups.
This is a very long novel, but it br...more
Romeo Boyd is a Hollywood star whose fame is fading, and he heads to his vacation home to drown his worries in alcohol. His love for very loud rock music immediately causes problems for his neighbour, Juliet Soma, a novelist seeking her muse to ward off a serious case of writer’s block.
When Juliet meets Romeo, he mistakes her for a stripper and things go downhill from there. An intense rivalry ensues, and when Juliet gets Romeo arrested all bets are...more
There where soo many things I hated but I liked the story. I loved the love-hate relationship, the name calling and all the stupid games they played, Yes...more
Now, the parts that I read...GREAT...there was a lot of humorous situations, and the characters were likeable in their own flawed ways. But like I said, there was just so muc...more
I bought this book by mistake through my kindle app and I thought, well, it's a few pages, seems cheesy but could be good, it was labeled as romantic comedy after all...but noooo, it took me a whole week to read this thing partly because there were parts so poorly written, stupid and predictable that I had to stop before my brain melted. I totally HATED the female protagonist; that Juliet...more
I got hooked on this book. I really enjoy reading love/hate relationships because they are funny to read. I loved how they tried to out do each other and there was some ridiculous scenarios. There is a fine line between love and hate and this book shows it. This book was beautifully written it made me laugh, cry and broke my heart. I am looking forward to reading more books from this author. The only reason I didn't give it the full 5 stars is because it was a bit repetitive in some pa...more
HER PERFECT REVENGE is my first novel....more