The Juliet Club
This was a great book. It made me laugh and it made me flip pages rapidly. The characterization was great and the main characters were very strong. Although the "opposites attract" theme has been done alot, this book was different in that it told a story of six people instead of two and each individual had a very strong persona. This book is finally out in paperback however I personally liked the hardcover cover better. And it's known a cover can sometimes make or break a book.
Kate Sanderson is probably the most practical and serious person alive. And when her first boyfriend dumps her for perfect, popular Ashley Lawson, Kate also renounces love. Then she finds out that she got accepted to a summer Shakespeare seminar in Verona, Italy. Kate's friends are positive that Kate will find true love in the heart of Shakespeare's romantic play Romeo and Juliet, but practical Kate disagrees and says that the seminar is for study purposes only. But can even practical and serious Kate remain focused on her studies while living in a beautiful villa in the heart of the city where Romeo and Juliet fell in love and died together? Especially when it turns out that charming and handsome Giacomo is in the same class as Kate?
Loosely based on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Suzanne Harper's The Juliet Club is a great book about romance and true love.