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Beautiful Disaster book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The new Abby Abernathy is a good girl. She doesn't drink or. "Beautiful Disaster is insanely addictive. Beautifully sexy, beautifully intense, and beautifully perfect. Jamie McGuire has written a damn good book." —Jessica. BEAUTIFUL SERIES, BOOK ONE. Self Published: Jamie SHOPLOGOSBUTTONS__THE BOOK ipprofehaphvol.tk BEAUTIFUL DISASTER PLAYLIST.


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Beautiful Disaster (Beautiful, book 1) by Jamie McGuire - book cover, description, publication history. Beautiful Disaster is a new adult contemporary romance novel written by Jamie McGuire. The book centers around Abby Abernathy, a good girl with a dark past, . Welcome to the Beautiful Disaster Wiki The Beautiful Disaster is a free, This Wikia contrains major spoilers, either from the show, or book.

She made absolutely no sense - it was obvious that she wanted more than friendship from Travis, but she continued to reject his advances at every turn. She went so far as to date someone else - someone who was the polar opposite of Travis - to prove that she could be attracted to the "right" kind of guy. But while her behaviour was frustrating - just admit your feelings for him already!

I couldn't fault her for trying to make a better life for herself than she had grown up with. I also loved Abby and Travis together, when things we're going well.

Their playful banter, their steamy sex scenes, and the tension that rolled off of each of them in waves was thick enough to see at some points. I found myself laughing out loud during some of their more playful moments, fearful for their hearts during some of their more tender moments and slightly teary during some of their more vulnerable moments. What I couldn't stand was Abby and Travis together, when things weren't going so well. Travi's controlling behaviour, demanding that Abby change clothes because he couldn't handle knowing other guys would be looking at her and thinking about sex.

Abby's manipulation of Travis' feelings, breaking up with him only to act hurt and above reproach when he tried to move on. BUT, these beyond-annoying frustrating moments made for the kind of read where your eyes stay glued to the pages; I couldn't have put Beautiful Disaster down if I had wanted to, because I was just as caught up in Abby and Travis' relationship as they were.

Other than their on-again, off-again relationship, Beautiful Disaster really didn't have much going for it in way of plot - or character - development - literally the entire book is focused on whether or not Abby and Travis would end up together.

I kept waiting for Travis' anger to push him too far, for his actions to catch up with him, and for it to cause him to see that he couldn't just punch his way through his problems.

Or for Abby to realize that as much as Travis had changed for her, he had a lot of stuff going on that she would never be able to "fix.

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Much like I enjoyed Twilight, even though I chastised Bella for being so naive to how unhealthy her obsession with Edward was, I enjoyed Beautiful Disaster even though I kept mentally reprimanding Abby for encouraging Travis' obsessive and controlling nature.

I don't know that I'll bother with the sequel, because what I'm really interested in now is seeing life for Abby and Travis, six months later. You know, when she's knocked up, money's tight and Travis has started to come home smelling like whiskey I liked that, although it comes across as just another teen love story, it's a bit more mature than what we normally see.

There IS sex, and there IS alcohol and you actually feel like this is stuff that is really going on and the high point isn't just "the kiss". I found Abby a bit frustrating at times and doubted that anyone especially someone who could, apparently, literally have any girl he wanted would come back again and again even after she pushes him away, in occasionally pretty nasty ways.

I suppose that's where the romantic fiction comes in.

I appreciated the two main supporting characters in America and Shep because they often said what I would think to myself, especially with regard to things Abby did. I've had this book on my Goodreads TBR list since November 15th even though I won an e-copy of it a few months ago it has taken me this long to get around to reading it.

I'm one of those people that if a book is getting a lot of hype that I will wait for all the craziness to die down a bit because of all the excitement so in a way I'm glad I waited to read Beautiful Disaster but in a way I'm sad too because I enjoyed the book so much I kinda wish I hadn't waited so long. Anyways on to the review! The book tells the more often than not tumultuous relationship between goody two shoes Abby and bad boy Travis Maddox and chronicles their ups and downs as they fight for and against each other.

This was the first book I've read in the new genre called New Adult and I have to say it was pretty good. While I don't agree with the name for the genre I do agree with the fact that there is a genre for these types of books. I mean I love young adult novels and adult novels but I'm 22 and sometimes I would really like to read books about characters in and around my age more and this one certainly fit the bill.

To me Beautiful Disaster was the proverbial train wreck. Seriously, the relationship between Abby and Travis sucked me in and I just could not tear myself away from it.

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Paperback Verified download. To sum it up, its a trashy book with a ridiculous storyline by an author with mediocre if that writing skills. This author has had a couple of books which she is likely able to crank out in a matter of weeks based on her minimalist writing skills on the bestsellers list, which I absolutely cannot comprehend.

I read all of the Twilight and 50 Shade series, and can say that although those books had some silly plot twists and characters, they were much more believable, identifiable, and simply, they were just better written works than this trash.

Review: Beautiful Disaster (#1, Beautiful) by Jamie McGuire

What an utter disappointment and waste of time site Edition Verified download. Most girls have a thing for a bad boy with tattoos, sadly. Then she caved. End of story!

It had to be said! Stage three creeper things Travis did off the top of my head: Abby, oh Abby where do I even begin with you? At first I liked you, I really did. How did you slip so far? I was so confused through have the book.

I am a girl, and I went to college, and I dated lots of guys. I have never even heard of a girl acting like this.

I just think she is a masochist that likes to cry and be in pain. Then it surfaces: I thought the author wrote well, and this book was a very easy read, but it should have taken place in a high school instead of college.

Of course, he wasn't planning on losing that bet, and he didn't. As they lived together, one thing was perfectly clear, and that was that they were meant to be together. Throughout the course of the book, Abby and Travis butt heads but end up falling in love. Travis thinks so highly of Abby that he does not believe he deserves having someone so great.

Personally, I fell in love with the way Travis was so protective of Abby. There were certain moments where other men would glance at her or tell her something inappropriate, and he would immediately go haywire. There are no slow or dull moments in this novel.There were certain moments where other men would glance at her or tell her something inappropriate, and he would immediately go haywire.

It works. He brings her stuff in, which means he went through her bags. He beats his friends to a bloody pulp in the school cafeteria for making sexual innuendos about Abby. Moving to another new town where she goes to Eastern University and no one knows of her past except her long-time BFF America who moves with her , Abby is hopeful of a new start. I was just trying to get it worked out in my head. However, the two develop an unlikely friendship which leads to a bet--he must not get hit during one of his fights.

My face burned with the initial embarrassment, but then America screamed in my ear, reacting to Travis jumping from his seat. An avid fantasy reader, romance, in my opinion, was bound to be boring.

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