'Gorgeous time-travel romance' HEAT MAGAZINE
'A rare and charming retelling' ASHLEY POSTON
'Beautifully spun and achingly romantic' M. A. KUZNIAR
EPIC. LEGENDARY. IRREVOCABLE.
Romeo and Juliet as you have never seen them before.
'For anyone who's ever swooned over Romeo and Juliet: this novel cleverly imagines the epilogue the lovers didn't get to have, and how curses can be blessings in disguise' JODI PICOULT, #1 New York Times bestselling author
The Hundred Loves of Juliet is a timeless romantasy: a story of love, loss and eternal hope.
I may go by Sebastien now, but my name was originally Romeo. And hers was Juliet.
It's a frosty fairytale of an evening when Helene and Sebastien meet for the first time. Except it isn't the first time. You already know that story, though it didn't happen quite as Shakespeare told it.
To Helene, Sebastien is the flesh-and-blood hero of the love stories she's spent her life writing. But Sebastien knows better - Helene is his Juliet, and their story has always been the same. He is doomed to find brief happiness with her over and over, before she dies, and he is left to mourn.
Albrecht and Brigitta. Matteo and Amélie. Jack and Rachel. Marius and Cosmina. By any name, no matter where and when in time, the two of them are drawn together, and it always ends in tragedy.
This time, Helene is determined that things will be different.
But can these star-cross'd lovers forge a new ending to the greatest love story of all time?
Readers are loving THE HUNDRED LOVES OF JULIET!
'A glorious, moving love story that proves that soulmates will always find their way back to each other' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
'This book is for all my HOPELESS ROMANTIC girlies and guys out there!! It's such a beautiful story of everlasting love, grief and loss' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
'This is such a sweet story, taking a sweeping romance and the idea of fate across centuries and multiple lives . . . definitely a recommended read for anybody who loves a good romance with a hint of fantasy!' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
'I loved this so much! . . . What a great retelling of such a well known story. It was creative, well thought out, so fitting and had heartfelt moments. Highly recommended' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
'A brilliant, modern retelling of star crossed lovers' classic story! The concept was smart, unique, fresh!' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
YA author Skye (The Crown's Game) makes her adult debut with a swoony, Shakespeare-inspired fantasy romance that seamlessly imbues the Bard's star-crossed lovers with a contemporary feel. Helene, 30 years old and fresh from being passed over for a promotion and in the midst of divorcing her narcissistic husband, flees to Alaska. It's supposed to be a refuge, a place she can work on a manuscript linking the romantic vignettes she's written ever since starring as Juliet in a middle school play. Her first night in town she meets local fisherman Sebastien—and recognizes him immediately as the hero of all her love stories. Sebastien knows Helene, too, and has known her under many different names. Originally, she was Juliet and he was Romeo. He's been cursed to find her across lifetimes. Every time they fall in love, however, it ends in her death. The pair dance around each other—a flirtation that is both new and centuries old—as the oft-heartbroken Sebastien desperately searches for a way to change the ending. His melancholy is perfectly balanced by bold, courageous Helene's sweetness. The result is a rich, heartfelt tale of love and loss and love again.