Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

October 24th, 2014 kimbacaffeinate Review 62 Comments

24th Oct
Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Oblivion is the first in the Maddox Brothers series and the third book in the Beautiful series by Jamie McGuire. I have loved this series from the get-go and fell in love with Trenton Maddox. Beautiful Oblivion takes place during Abby and Travis Beautiful Disaster, and we catch glimpses of their world-wind relationship.

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Red Hill by Jamie McGuire

November 6th, 2013 kimbacaffeinate Review 54 Comments

6th Nov
Red Hill by Jamie McGuire

I adored Jamie McGuire’s Beautiful series and was quite curious when she embarked on a dystopian zombie book for her next adventure. Red Hill offered up a made for television break-out, joining together groups of survivors as they made their way to Red Hill; a property that connected them. The writing was beautiful but not without flaws. Mini review: interesting, heart-wrenching and at times irritating.

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Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

March 20th, 2013 kimbacaffeinate Review 9 Comments

20th Mar
Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

After devouring the turbulent romance of Travis and Abby in Beautiful Disaster I was on pins and needles awaiting the companion book Walking Disaster told from Travis point of view. Every story has two sides and McGuire shared the raw, gritty, emotional side of Travis and his relationship with Abby. I literally consumed this in a single afternoon, as I laughed, cried and found myself swept up in the beautiful disaster of these damaged soul-mates

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Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire

August 12th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 4 Comments

12th Aug
Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire

I grabbed a copy of Beautiful Disaster after seeing so many conflicting and passionate reviews. I had to know what within these pages was eliciting such feelings. Beautiful Disaster is a realistic look into the lives of two dysfunctional people who meet and fall in love. McGuire offers us a chance to get inside the complexities of this relationship and to understand what draws the moth to the flame.

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