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Waiting on Wednesday: Unmasking Juliet by Teri Wilson

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on Unmasking Juliet by Teri Wilson!





Ever since she was a little girl learning to make decadent truffles in her family's chocolate shop, Juliet Arabella has been aware of the bitter feud between the Arabellas and the Mezzanottes. With their rival chocolate boutiques on the same street in Napa Valley, these families never mix. Until one night, when Juliet anonymously attends the annual masquerade ball. In a moonlit vineyard, she finds herself falling for a gorgeous stranger, a man who reminds her what passion is like outside of the kitchen. But her bliss is short-lived when she discovers her masked prince is actually Leo Mezzanotte, newly returned from Paris and the heir to her archenemy's confection dynasty. 

With her mind in a whirl, Juliet leaves for Italy to represent the Arabellas in a prestigious chocolate competition. The prize money will help her family's struggling business, and Juliet figures it's a perfect opportunity to forget Leo…only to find him already there and gunning for victory. As they compete head-to-head, Leo and Juliet's fervent attraction boils over. But Juliet's not sure whether to trust her adversary, or give up on the sweetest love she's ever tasted...
After reading another retelling by Teri Wilson, I can't wait for this one!  I reviewed Teri Wilson's P&P retelling, Unleashing Mr. Darcy, here and it was one of my favorite books of 2013!  Unmasking Juliet is scheduled for release on May 27, 2014, and you can pre-order HERE.

What books are you waiting on this Wednesday??

Comments

  1. Nice pick! Doesn't sound like my kind of read but still hope you enjoy it!

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    Have a GREAT day!

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  2. This sounds really great! I enjoy retellings myself and I haven't really read one based on Romeo and Juliet. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by!

    Tressa @ Tressa's Wishful Endings

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  3. I haven't heard of this one, but sounds good.

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  4. That sounds like a really interesting Romeo & Juliet retelling. But then again I pretty much love anything involving chocolate!
    Cassi @ My Thoughts Literally

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  5. Oh, this sounds great. Thanks for sharing. Stop by My WoW

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  6. This book is new to me but it sounds really good! Great pick, Eva and thanks for stopping by :)

    Xoxo. Alexis @ Lexi Swoons

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  7. I just read Cinder, Scarlet and Cress so I'm still in the story retelling mood. I need some chocolate while reading this or else it will be just torture reading this and having to read about all the yummy chocolate :)

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  8. I do love retellings! Great choice! Like Nereyda I'm craving chocolate now too! Thanks for stopping by my WOW earlier!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

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  9. This sounds like a great retelling! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  10. Such a delicious pick! Desserts and romance are a great mix.

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  11. OOOOH Romeo and Juliet and CHOCOLATE! That definitely sounds decadent. I'm always worried about retellings of this book because of the obvious tragedy factor. BUT this one looks really great!

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  12. This sounds wonderful. Awesome pick. Thanks for sharing it :)

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  13. This book sounds awesome! I love a good retelling so I'll be looking out for this book! Thanks for stopping by my blog as well :)

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  14. This sounds really good, I am going to have to add it to my pile. Thanks for stopping by :)
    Nahomi @ Books and Swoons

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