The Cacciamanis and the Rosemans are rival florists and better enemies for as long as either family can remember. One day, divorced Julie Roseman and widowed Romeo Cacciamani meet by chance at a small business seminar in Boston and forbidden romance blooms. Abridged standard play recording.
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by Jeanne Ray
by Jeanne Darst
by Jeanne Duprau
by Ray Bradbury
by Ray Blackston
by Ray Celestin
by Mary Lyn Ray
by Clive Woodall
"JULIE AND ROMEO is an enterprising love story about two rival families who own flower shops, the son and daughter from each who ignore family rivalries to be together, and the inevitable clash of households when the families discover the budding romance. Jeanne Ray does an admirable job of performing her own work. While the story is not entirely an original, Ray still manages to breathe fresh life into the Shakespeare-inspired tale by por-traying the hero and heroine as professional adults. Her genuine affection for the characters she's created comes across in her reading. Listeners are drawn in, if nothing else than to hope the ending is happier than its literary prototype's! R.A.P. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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