As much as I loved Juliet Immortal, I was really disappointed with the love triangle. If you’ve read the story, you know that Juliet falls in love with Ben and just can’t forgive Romeo. Since I loved Romeo’s character, this was an unpleasant turn of events, but I was thrilled to read more about Romeo in Romeo Redeemed.
Romeo is undoubtedly a villain, but he is a very sympathetic character since he clearly regrets his horrendous past. Romeo’s desire to reform, along with his charm, makes him the perfect bad boy character. I didn’t expect to like Romeo and Ariel as a couple, but they work well together. Unlike Juliet and Ben, Ariel and Romeo come across as true soul mates.
There isn’t a ton of action in Romeo Redeemed. Most of the suspense is derived from Ariel and Romeo’s relationship and the psychological games that the Mercenaries and Ambassadors play. While we didn’t get a much more in depth look into the world building of the Mercenaries and Ambassadors, Romeo was definitely right when he said they were both evil in their own way.
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