“A Maddox boy will take you all the way to the edge, but if you go with him, he’ll follow you anywhere…
And when a Maddox boy falls in love, he loves forever.”
A Beautiful Wedding was passionate, emotional, and a whole lot of fun. In this beautiful novella, Jamie McGuire reminded me once again why Travis Maddox is and always will be my favorite bad boy.
Even though it had been over a year since I read Beautiful Disaster, I reconnected with the characters right from the start. Told in both Travis and Abby’s point of views, this novella takes us through the excitement of their top secret Vegas wedding giving us a glimpse into one of the most special occasions of their lives. It was a wonderful way to revisit characters who already had a special place in my heart.
My favorite thing about Travis and Abby has always been how strongly they love each other, how they’re not afraid to show that love, and how what they each want most is each other’s happiness. Everything you could ever want to know about their wedding is answered here — where, when, why, how….
Their texts were adorable (“I look ducking amazing.”), that gorgeous letter totally made me cry (and the kiss after *clutches heart*), the ceremony had me smiling from ear to ear (you’re going to love what Travis says!), their wedding night was just perfect (*fans self*), the tattoo parlor was hilarious (seriously, LOL Travis!!), oh and don’t even get me started on the bachelor party (all I’m going to say is that I cannot wait for Trent’s book!) and at the end, we also got to see them a year later renewing their vows, but this time with all their friends and family present. It truly was beautiful!
If you’re a fan of Travis and Abby, this novella is a must read! It was the perfect treat for fans of this series!
“By anyone’s standards, we were too young to get married, too unpredictable. How many times had we hurt one another along the way, screamed at each other one minute and fallen into bed together the next? But… I looked at him, resolute. He was mine, and I was his. If I knew anything at all, it was that only those two things mattered.”