Book Review: Not Juliet, By Ella Medler

Not Juliet: Addicted To Love Romance Collection

Blurb (taken from Amazon):

Riella Smith, an unconventional Romany Princess, travels to Tuscany on the trail of her father’s challenger, to delay him and prevent unnecessary bloodshed and humiliation. What she expects is trouble from a fearsome rival. But life is rarely that easy.

The trouble she finds is of a different kind. Soon, she faces the toughest decision of her life – again – though it should really be a no-brainer. All she has to do is choose between her people and a myth.

After all, there’s no such thing as love at first sight.


A beautifully sweet tale taking part in the wonderful setting of Italy, Not Juliet will take you through the highs and lows of true love at first sight. Following the story of Riella, daughter of a Gypsy king, and her mysterious knight in shining armour, Luca, you will be completely captured by the brilliant story telling of Ella Medler.

From the high-powered action scenes, to the scintillating sex, Not Juliet is a light-hearted book that makes for a great holiday read. I would highly recommend this story for on the beach or by the pool. It is easy to get into, and difficult to put down once you become immersed in the the plot of love, loyalty, and betrayal.

Ella is able to keep readers hooked right from the beginning, weaving twists and turns into her writing leaving you wanting more. Not Juliet is well-deserving of a 5-star rating.


You can download Not Juliet onto your Kindle via Amazon


2 thoughts on “Book Review: Not Juliet, By Ella Medler

    1. I started reading it on the train, but finished it today. If I hadn’t been so busy, I would have read it in one sitting. It was exactly what I needed! Light-hearted and sweet, without being cliched and cheesy. 🙂

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