Who wouldn’t want to star in the world’s greatest romance? Your dream’s come true. Your school is staging Romeo and Juliet and you get the starring role of Juliet. Perfect! There’s just one catch: the boy you HATE is playing Romeo. Even your families are at daggers drawn. A bit like in Romeo and Juliet: except there’s no way you’re going to fall for him… Romance, rivalry and Shakespearean drama on a high school theatre set: how can you not fall in love?

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    Rachel Wing wrote STAR CROSSED at the age of 14 and published it on a writing website – where it was talent-spotted by Scholastic’s MD, Kate Wilson.

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