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Romeo Blue (Felicity Bathburn #2) The Eagerly Anticipated Follow Up To Phoebe Stone S Instant Classic, THE ROMEO AND JULIET CODE.When Flissy Bathburn S Parents First Dropped Her Off In Bottlebay, Maine, She Hated Everything About It She Hated The Big Gloomy House She Was To Live In She Hated Meeting Her Long Lost And Highly Eccentric Relatives And Most Of All, She Hated Knowing That She Was Safe In America While Her Parents Faced The Guns Of WWII In Europe.But A Year Has Passed Now, And Flissy Has Grown To Love Her Life In Bottlebay And Especially Derek, The Boy The Bathburns Have Adopted Then A Man Claiming To Be Derek S True Father Arrives, And Soon He S Asking All Sorts Of Strange Questions Flissy Has A Nose For Trouble Has Derek S New Father Come To Take Him Awayor Is There Something Even Sinister Happening In Bottlebay, Maine


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10 thoughts on “Romeo Blue (Felicity Bathburn #2)

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed reading Phoebe Stone s novel The Romeo and Juliet Code back in June 2011 about Felicity Budwig Bathburn, 11, brought from 1941 blitzed London by her parents to live in safety with some very eccentric relatives living in Maine Her parents, Winnie and Danny, returned to London and Felicity only knows they are doing something undercover for the war effort Flissy, as she is immediately nicknamed, adjusts to life in the Blackburn home, growing to love her Uncle Gideon, Danny s brot I really enjoyed reading Phoebe Stone s novel The Romeo and Juliet Code back in June 2011 about Felicity Budwig Bathburn, 11, brought from 1941 blitzed London by her parents to live in safety with some very eccentric relatives living in Maine Her parents, Winnie and Danny, returned to London and Felicity only knows they are doing something undercover for the war effort Flissy, as she is immediately nicknamed, adjusts to life in the Blackburn home, growing to love her Uncle Gideon, Danny s brother, her flamboyant Aunt Miami and her strict...

  2. says:

    Flissy was shipped off to stay with her Aunt and Uncle in Maine, while her parents are back in Europe fighting Not a good time as WWII is going on Maine is a Big change from London Now that Flissy has adjusted and that is a thank you to Derek He was adopted by Flissy s relatives Derek is trying to find his biological father and wants Flissy s help Things get interesting when Derek finds his father Also what is Flissy s Uncle hiding Did I mention that Flissy s parents are spies I thought Flissy was shipped off to stay with her Aunt and Uncle in Maine, w...

  3. says:

    Romeo Blue the sequel to The Romeo and Juliet Code is evensuspenseful than the first title The coast of Maine during World War II provides an exciting setting for the continuing adventures of 12 year old Felicity and her slightly older friend Derek Stone s sensitive and believable characters unwittingly interact with secret agents and danger as they try to unravel the secrets of their broken families Romeo Blue deftly ties up the loose ends of the first title yet not until the end of th Romeo Blue the sequel to The Romeo and Juliet Code is evensuspenseful than the first title The coast of Maine during World War II provides an exciting setting for the continuing adventures of 12 year old Felicity and her slightly older friend Derek Stone s sensitive and believable characters unwittingly interact with secret agents and danger as they try to unravel the secr...

  4. says:

    This was such a good book The plot line was very intriguing and held my intention throughout the book Phoebe Stone did a wonderful job bringing back the characters from the first book, Romeo and Juliet Code, as well as introducing new ones I also loved the fact that the main event in this book was WWII, and how each character was involved in some surprising way I fell in love with the characters and their complicated lives, which sometimes brought me to tears and had...

  5. says:

    This is a delightful book with such an adorable protagonist that you soon forget she is only 12 albeit, like many tweens, going on 21 Although it apparently continues a story that began with The Romeo and Juliet Code, I had not read that book and had no trouble following this one I regret not starting with it though, since I loved this one so much The setting is 1942 in Bottlebay, Maine, a fictitious place that sounds a bit like Biddeford Pool There, the U.S Government put up an observatio This is a delightful book with such an adorable protagonist that you soon forget she is only 12 albeit, like many tweens, going on 21 Although it apparently continues a story that began with The Romeo and Juliet Code, I had not read that book and had no trouble follo...

  6. says:

    I enjoyed seeing the completion to this story, it just was such a bittersweet book I liked that the author made it very realistic though But some of the things you ve come to look forward to since the first book never come about Its sad.

  7. says:

    This book is pretty different from the first one, in that it s a little darker it focuseson the harder parts about living during a war in a family of spies But that only made it so much better in my opinion, because it didn t really try to hide what life would, was, like in those situations.Felicity was as strong and quirky and lovable as ever, with her slowly diminishing British ways, but still with that ever British way of speaking, even though American thoughts and feelings have been This book is pretty different from the first one, in that it s a little darker it focuseson the harder parts about living during a war in a family of spies But that only made it so much better in my opinion, because it didn t really try to hide what life would, was, like in those situations.Felicity was as strong and quirky and lovable as ever, with her slowly diminishing British ways, but still with that ever British way of speaking, even though American thoughts and feelings have been slipping in through her time in the States with her family.Derek was still as moody and hard to get, even though he did get a little better, I was still confused by him a lot S...

  8. says:

    I fell in love with The Romeo and Juliet Code a few years back, and this sequel did not disappoint The language and characters are rich, the plot has the right amount of twists and turns, and the setting h...

  9. says:

    I don t think this had a huge amazing plot, but it was romance, and I like romance I think it was a great feel good book, but it didn t really have anything that stood out for me I felt like it was every cliche romance book, but give it a try, you might like it.

  10. says:

    Mr Bathburn, you have forgotten Has it slipped your mind Mr Bathburn, this is war With this adorable cover, I had assumed this would be a light cute love story This is really a book about the war and how it bleeds into this tween s life Fissy is a 12 year old that seems young for her age she still skips, has teddy bears and is confused after being left by her parents at an uncle s house in the US that is actually her biological father Phew, that got deep and complicated fast.IMr Bathburn, you have forgotten Has it slipped your mind Mr Bathburn, this is war With this adorable cover, I had assumed this would be a light cute love story This is really a book about the war and how it bleeds into this tween s life Fissy is a 12 year old that seems young for her age she still skips, has teddy...

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