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Review: Beautiful Redemption by Jamie McGuire

http://images.gr-assets.com/books/1418155511l/22717015.jpg Beautiful Redemption is the second (technically) book in the Maddox Brothers series. The book is told from the POV of Liis Lindy, a FBI analyst that falls in love with the oldest Maddox boy, Thomas (FYI, he is by far the deepest, less crazy, most real, most sexy of the brothers yet). This was… Continue reading Review: Beautiful Redemption by Jamie McGuire

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Review: Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire is technically the first book in the Maddox Brothers series, but really it's just a continuation of the Beautiful world. The book is a NA romance told from Cami the bartender's POV as she falls head over heals with Trent Maddox. If you read my review of Something Beautiful, you know that… Continue reading Review: Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

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Review: Something Beautiful by Jamie McGuire

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61MWW3IX9dL._SX322_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg Something Beautiful is McGuire's second novella in the Beautiful Disaster series, a NA romance looking at America and Shepley's relationship. The plot: The two have been having a rough time since moving in together, not to mention America's rejection of Shep's proposal. Hoping that a road trip will fix their problems - and prompt another… Continue reading Review: Something Beautiful by Jamie McGuire

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Review: Beautiful Wedding by Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Wedding is a novella that takes place near the end of Beautiful Disaster. It's a NA romance focusing on Travis and Abby's elopement to Vegas. So, I've never actually read a novella before. At least, I've never bought a novella before. I really wasn't sure what to expect. The story was sweet, and fun to… Continue reading Review: Beautiful Wedding by Jamie McGuire

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Review: Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

Walking Disaster is a re-told(ish) version of Beautiful Disaster from Travis's POV. It's a NA romance following the bad boy/good girl theme. As a stand alone novel, this book doesn't work. But, I don't think it's supposed to. You have to read BD beforehand, and if you do, this is a fun read. I loved Travis's… Continue reading Review: Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire