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... show more
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 bestseller Beautiful Disaster, Abby had her say. Now it's time to see the story through Travis's eyes.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Publisher: Atria Books
Pages no: 433
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: Beautiful (#2)
disappointing compared to the Beautiful Disaster book. I think these two should have somehow been intertwined. Maybe because I knew how the story would unfold I didn't find this a good or interesting read. It didn't ring with the same authenticity as Beautiful Disaster. Would definitely read more by...
Me gustó mucho. Visto desde la perspectiva de Travis es refrescante y puedes ver los sentimientos tan fuertes que transmite.
Walking Disaster is basically Beautiful Disaster all over again but in Travis' point of view. However there are a lot of differences as well. For one we get to see how Travis was when he was little, when his mother died. Then we get to see a lot of stuff between his dad, and brothers. Which I love l...
Fans of Beautiful Disaster know that Travis is volatile. Quick to anger and even quicker to react, he appears to be the type of boy about whom one would warn one’s daughter to steer clear. He is dangerous, playing fast and loose with his life as well as with the affections of the women he takes home...
Travis Maddox is really something. I've been missing him since I first read this book. I just had to read it again.