How much is too much to love?
Travis Maddox learned two things from his mother before she died: Love hard. Fight harder.
In Walking Disaster, the life of Travis is full of fast women, underground gambling, and violence. Just when he thought he was invincible, Abby Abernathy brings him to his knees.
Every story has two sides. In Jamie McGuire's New York Times best seller Beautiful Disaster, Abby had her say. Now it's time to see the story through Travis's eyes.
©2013 Jamie McGuire (P)2013 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
this was the first new adult novel i have read and it was quite entertaining. i prefer travis's version of the story although we could do with much less drama but his version is way better than abby's.
the narrator does a good job too
Lunacy & Laudanum
I'm so sad that the author has said the main character's story is over, so there will be no more to come!! I absolutely loved this series.
From knowing that this book has the exact same storyline as the Beautiful Disaster but just different in the narrator, I was not expecting much out of it. I wasn't even going to try it because the first book was just an "ok" to me, but I did see reviews saying that the two books somehow work out in a way that this one is not tedious and just repetitive.
After I finished the book, I would have to say that I am actually quite impressed and turned out I like this second book more than the first one. From a different perspective, it is quite a different story. Definitely Abby doesn't seem to be as annoying in this book compared to the first. He shows nice views and thoughts to the things we already saw in the first book. I mean, they are also kind of predictable seeing how obsessed he is over her. But it's still quite an entertaining read.
The voices add so much more dimension to the characters. They help you see the depths of each character and the story they are telling
It was sweet. A Cinderella tone to it, but Travis was the princess.
His voice was sultry, sincere, and believable
Yes, I was definitely hooked after the first chapter and it was bitter sweet when it was over.
I hope Jamie McGuire continues on with the other Maddox brothers.
It's so different than most love books. They actions of the characters are very fitting to their age which is nice. It's a good mix of romance and kink.
I don't want to spoil any parts of the book, but the ending was quite entertaining to read.
First kiss of the book, i think.
YES! I bought it instantly after finishing the first book. And I listened to it non-stop! :)
High recommend this book to teens or young adults. It's a cute love story that people may be able to relate to.
The characters where believable great sorry.
The burning building ~ when Travis couldn't find Abby
Hot, Heartbreaking, Breathtaking
I really liked Travis's POV better!!
While I loved Beautiful Disaster, I loved this version better. It helps females get into the heads of the male species. There are parts that you question about what happened in Beautiful Disaster and this book has most of the answers.
I am me
This is the exactly the same as the first book, but just read by a guy :( the only good thing was the epilog at the end, which shows a slight sliver into the future. I was very upset cause I thought for sure it would be amazing.
disappointment- I hoped for more
Since I read Beautiful Disaster just before this I felt like i did read this twice... It is a great story but there is not much that is different between the two...
No, this is my first time listening to him.
Being a mother of 4, a full time student and married into the Military books are my escape from my reality.
I loved how it was Travis's time to tell this love story from his view. To be able to see and feel the other person version is very unique in a love story series.
I love the ending in the book, it was a modern " ....and they lived happily ever after."
This is the first book narrated by Dan Bittner but I will be searching for others from him.
I laughed, I cried and I swore at Abby's character for being so blind and stupid at times.
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