Sorry to see that. My Romeo looks similar, in that it's lost a lot of its leaves to beetles, I believe. My plant isn't as big as yours, and just looks pitiful.
My Juliet looks great, even after a deer pruned the tips of maybe half a dozen branches. I put a better fence around it and it's recovered nicely. It was a two year old plant, so it was already big to start with, but it seems to getting established.
If you remember I also have a Crimson Passion, it was a tiny little 8in stick when I planted it. It really struggled to get going, I was worried about it, but now it's put on some very good growth. It may be double in size now. Still small, but it looks encouraging.
The beetles have pretty much left these two plants alone, not nearly the damage the Romeo has. I haven't sprayed any of these bushes, BTW.