Beautiful Disaster

Synopsis: 

Beautiful Disaster – The new Abby Abernathy is a good girl. She doesn’t drink or swear, and she has the appropriate percentage of cardigans in her wardrobe. Abby believes she has enough distance between her and the darkness of her past, but when she arrives at college with her best friend America, her path to a new beginning is quickly challenged by Eastern University’s Walking One-Night Stand.


Review: 

Abby Abernathy and her best friend America move to a distant city to go to college so they could get away from the troubled Abby past. It’s the principle of new life that Abby wants. Then she meets Travis Maddox, the badboy who breaks all the girls heart. He’s just concerned with the total rejection from Abby for him, since definitely it isn’t common for him. Travis makes money in the fight clubs, and to make matters worse, he’s cousin  of the new America’s boyfriend, which means that they are forced to spend more time together than she’d like. In the meantime, they make a bet – if she loses, she’ll have to spend a month living in his apartment. Amid the charming way of Travis and his opposite way to a Prince Charming, Abby reproves everything on him and she fight against all ber feelings predicting a disaster and the return of the shadows of her past. Therefore they’ll need to greatly strive to achieve live with one another and keep this unusual friendship.


My print:

First of all to say that this is one of our favorite books. I just love Jamie McGuire!
She has a wonderful writing and can pass all the necessary emotions to understand the characters. I must also say that this case doesn’t have much to do with the story (what’s the butterfly thing?).

The book has 418 pages and has a great format, then you can enjoy it a lot. I did not want it to end ever! (On page 100 I was so happy because it’d still have a lot to read).
It’s definitely a book that held me. When I was almost discouraged thinking that the plots would be resolved, came another unexpected and surprising. The story – in relative terms – is very realistic, bringing well-constructed characters, including the secondary characters. Also portrays a realistic relationship, with all its problems and misunderstandings. And Abby was a relief endless view a protagonist without attitude, moving away from the characters with low esteem, passionate and condescending of the last books I’ve read.

I think I could talk about it for hours, but I’ll stop now if any of you guys are interested in reading it.

Who else loves Travis Maddox??? ❤ ❤

This was the boy I love.

A little bit messy. A little bit ruined.

A beautiful disaster. Just like me.

Note:  ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

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