Neo-Verona was once peacefully ruled by the Capulet family, but the rival house of Montague led a coup against the Capulets, wiping them out. Fourteen years later, Lord Montague rules Neo-Verona with an iron fist. But there is hope for the suffering citizens: Juliet Capulet survived the massacre and now turns her sword against the wealthly Montagues in an effort to aid the poor. When she meets the son of Lord Montague at the Rose Ball, she discovers that he is similarly disturbed by his father's cruelty. As Juliet finds herself falling in love with her sworn enemy, she is conflicted...
Is there any hope for a love that crosses enemy lines?
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Great story with such a happy ending. I liked the part when Romeo finds his older brother that he never new about show up and fight for whats right. I also liked to see that even though Romeo saw the sins of his father he still loved him and could forgive him. I couldn't belive it when both Romeo and Juliet died at the end but then it was more clear when it said they would speand the rest of eternity togather because they were both one of the two trees that held the world togather.