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Julie and Romeo: A Novel (edition 2000)

by Jeanne Ray

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Title:Julie and Romeo: A Novel
Authors:Jeanne Ray
Info:Harmony (2000), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 240 pages
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Tags:Chick-Lit

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An absolutely delightful love story with a twist on Shakespeare's tragedy. Julie Roseman falls for Romeo Cacciamani though their families are sworn enemies and rival florists.

As an aside, [[Jeanne Ray]] is the mother of author [[Ann Patchett]] ([Bel Canto]) ( )
1 vote BookConcierge | Feb 14, 2016 |
cute love story loosely based on romeo and juilet. Main characters are in their sixties and have to deal with meddling families, exes, and their failing businesses. ( )
  micahmom2002 | Jan 25, 2016 |
cute love story loosely based on romeo and juilet. Main characters are in their sixties and have to deal with meddling families, exes, and their failing businesses. ( )
  micahmom2002 | Jan 25, 2016 |
This book was enjoyable -- it is a lighthearted retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story, but this time the protagnists are in their sixties and their families, who own the competing town florist shops, have been fueding for years. It has good characterization and humor and moves along quickly; however, it does have some adult situations and language that I felt were not necessary. ( )
  writerfidora | Oct 26, 2015 |
This book was enjoyable -- it is a lighthearted retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story, but this time the protagnists are in their sixties and their families, who own the competing town florist shops, have been fueding for years. It has good characterization and humor and moves along quickly; however, it does have some adult situations and language that I felt were not necessary. ( )
  AdrienneJS | May 18, 2015 |
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De eerste keer dat ik de naam Cacciamani hoorde was ik vijf.
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Julie Roseman has known since childhood that Rosemans are supposed to despise Cacciamanis. She’s never known exactly why...but she’s followed her family’s advice and avoided all Cacciamanis like the plague. Until she bumps into Romeo Cacciamani at a small-business conference—and realizes he’s sort of...sweet. Now, this unexpected relationship is blooming into something big. But wait until their families find out...

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Meet the Cacciamanis and the Rosemans, rival florists and bitter enemies for as long as either family can remember, until one day when divorced Julie Roseman and widowed Romeo Cacciamani meet by chance at a small business seminar in the Boston Sheraton.… (more)

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