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Publisher's Summary

He's always been bad for her in all the best ways....

Cassie swore she'd never forgive Ethan for breaking her heart when they were in acting school years ago. He was her one great love, and when he refused to love her back, 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. Finally he's able to say all the things she needed to hear years ago...but can she believe him? Has he really changed, and what makes this time different from all his other broken promises?

The answer lies somewhere in the past, and now the truth will come to light. Will Cassie rediscover what it's like to be trusting and open again - the way she was before Ethan? Or is it too late for these star-crossed lovers?

Don't miss this mesmerizing final chapter in the Bad Romeo duet, the unforgettable love story that captured the hearts of over two million fans online.

©2015 Leisa Rayven (P)2015 Macmillan Audio

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Loved these characters very much. But this book was too long and repetitive. It only needed to be half as long.

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NOT AS TRAGIC AS ROMEO & JULIET BUT AS BEAUTIFUL

As Cassie and Ethan's bittersweet tragic and beautiful love story continues we get to see the vulnerable loving side to Ethan as he tries to make Cassie understand that he is finally fixed. But Cassie is reluctant, having been there twice before, but with sweet words and the giving over of his Journals that contain all his thoughts and fears when they were together, Cassie slowly, cautiously and hopefully starts to believe that he has truly changed.

It's beautiful, it's heartbreaking and it's an all consuming (but it must be listened to after Bad Romeo). There's the revealing flashbacks and inevitable breakup but the Author clearly tells the story of a lost damaged boy too afraid to love and would rather lose that love than damage it further. Then your brought back to the present day and the dilemma Cassie has whether to trust her head or her heart...... in the end there was no choice.

Worth a credit? Told from Cassie's POV, good narration, not too detailed sex scenes..... just a powerful, unforgettable and breathtaking romance. Definitely YES it's worth a credit.

6 of 8 people found this review helpful

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FANTASTIC LOVE STORY

This was my 2nd book that I listened to written by Leisa Rayven. I loved this duet. I really like her writing and the whole story was believable but yet it really held my interest. I loved the characters in this duet especially Cassie and Ethan and sad that I'm finished. Will definitely listen again in the future. Of course, Andi Arndt did a GREAT job, as always but she is one of my favorite narrators. can't wait to start the next book!

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Great Funny Listen

This was an emotional up and down romance with a great ending. I would listen to this series over and over for the banter between the two. To be honest the only part that annoyed me was the reading of Romeo and Juliet. UGH What a horrible play. :) Both Books -Worth The Credit

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Amazing!!

This is a conclusion to Leisa Rayven's: "BAD ROMEO" ~ I enjoyed Bad Romeo a lot; but, let me tell ya`...this conclusion will utterly capture you. The most addictive book I've read in quite awhile; staying-up until 04:00am to finish a book is rare for me these days, however, it is literally 04:11am, and I'm done!!

~ HUGE 'Thank yous' to Liesa Rayven; GirL, you write like an Angel that proudly displays the most gorgeous pair of Devil-ish wings!! (More stories, Please)

~ "BROKEN JULIET" was a such a pleasant surprise for me; I am over-the-moon about both of these books!! **Just remember: Read BAD ROMEO first; then, finish-up with BROKEN JULIET...You won't regret it..!!

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  • Bewaji
  • Atlanta, GA. USA
  • 05-04-15

Background Story That Should Have Been....

Would you try another book from Leisa Rayven and/or Andi Arndt?

I don't really know right now. This book is just the backround story. It was mostly the past. This should have been part of the first book, or just basically the first book. Then this book should have been about their present. It got to be very boring and predictable. The guy could not commit. Period.

Would you recommend Broken Juliet to your friends? Why or why not?

No. The plot was very literal. No depth at all.

What does Andi Arndt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The nuances of Ethan's wretched excuses for breaking Cassie's heart over and over again. Stupid.

Did Broken Juliet inspire you to do anything?

Nothing inspiring. Wait, yes. To find a good book to read and erase this asinine whinning heroine and hero.

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Love the back and forth time periods in the story.

I originally gave in and downloaded the first audiobook, Bad Romeo, earlier this year because the author was on the original list for Book Bonanza. But she had to cancel. And even though I owned the paperback of this, I decided to just go ahead and listen to it, and I did on my drive from my town of Kansas City to Denver where I went to Book Bonanza. Now there were times that if I'd been Cassie, I'd have been so done with Ethan. I mean, forget it. But yeah, I've never been in real love, so I guess I don't know. I also felt that her feelings of it must be love because of how good the sex was, well that seemed pretty naive. Another thing I really did like is that in this book the woman is the one who got to go out and be making up for being apart from the guy she loved. Usually it seems it is the guy who does that. To be fair, he probably did that before they ever got together, and all of his declarations of love when they were adult explains why he didn't from then on. I did like how the ending gave us just about all you needed to know about how things went on from then. But it seemed to drag on a few times when I thought it was over, so that was a bit much maybe.

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Perfection

This story of love, heartache and second chances. I already read this books a few years back and I wanted to re read it. Decided to try the audiobook and I was a bit worried I wouldn’t love listening to it as much as reading it but I was wrong. Listening to it surpassed my expectations. I beyond happy that I did. Andy Arndt made me fall more in love with Ethan and Cassie. All the emotions where one hundred percent present and full force. Her narration was the perfect way to bring Leisa’s characters to life. I recommend this audiobook and Bad Romeo to EVERYONE.

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All questions answered..

I really enjoyed the first book and had to listen to this one to have a resolution. Before downloading this book, I was concerned it would be somewhat repetitive of the first and therefore could have been combined with the first; I feel I was partly correct in that assessment. To be clear, I do not feel this was a bad book; I am just not a fan of stories being made into two books when it could have fit into one. However, I am glad all questions were answered and everything was tied up in this book. Overall, I enjoyed Cassie and Ethan’s story and how realistic it felt. It wasn’t all fairytale and insta-love which was a nice change.

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Editing

This was really drawn out. It is misery in the past and the present for most of the book. This author is funny I just wish we saw more than just glimpses. Depressing.