Beautiful Disaster - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Jamie McGuire / Edition: 2 / Kindle Edition / 446 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-26 by Jamie McGuire, LLC
Newest Review: ... had this book on my Kindle for so long, but put off reading it over and over - until I had to procrastinate from writing my ... more
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by - written on 29/05/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Abby Abernathy is conservative, tough and takes no nonsense from anyone. She's determined to escape her old life, and so keeps to herself, avoiding any attention or trouble - until Travis Maddox makes an appearance, that is. Travis is everything Abby is not. He's confident, promiscuous and constantly under the public eye. From the moment they set eyes upon one another during one of Travis' underground fights, the connection between the pair is undeniable. But Travis is everything Abby has been trying so hard to avoid, and so she's left with the resounding question: should she risk everything for something that could be either simply beautiful, or a complete ... Read the complete review
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