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A Beautiful Wedding: A Novella

A Beautiful Wedding: A Novella

Escrito por Jamie McGuire

Narrado por Emma Galvin e Zachary Webber


A Beautiful Wedding: A Novella

Escrito por Jamie McGuire

Narrado por Emma Galvin e Zachary Webber

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4/5 (82 avaliações)
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3 horas
Lançado em:
Dec 10, 2013
ISBN:
9781442368804
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Descrição

You know that Abby Abernathy unexpectedly became Mrs. Maddox. But what do you really know?

Why did Abby pop the question?
What secrets were shared before the ceremony?
Where did they spend their wedding night?
Who else knew about it . . . and didn't tell?

Everything about Abby and Travis's elopement was top-secret . . . until now. Fans of Beautiful Disaster and Walking Disaster will get all of their questions answered in this whirlwind tale of the wedding day (and night!)-and as with all good stories, this one will definitely have been worth the wait.
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Dec 10, 2013
ISBN:
9781442368804
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Sobre o autor

Jamie McGuire is the New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Sacrifice, Beautiful Redemption, Beautiful Oblivion, A Beautiful Wedding, Red Hill, Walking Disaster, and Beautiful Disaster. She and her husband Jeff live with their children just outside Enid, Oklahoma, with three dogs, six horses, and a cat named Rooster. Please visit JamieMcGuire.com.

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  • (5/5)
    I am now convinced that Jamie McGuire just enjoys making me(us) cry. She just loooves to rile up our emotions. Evil cunning author :-). At least this time they were happy tears. The first time I got really joked up reading this book was just from expectation and anticipation. Just before Abby opened the letter from Travis' mom I got all joked up and teary eyed even before reading the first line. And then again after reading the first line. The moment was so filled with emotion and anxiety it was tangible. And from there the mushy moments never ceased.

    I've always wondered what took place during Abby's and Travis' elopement to Vegas and what happened next. At the end of Beautiful Disaster, it was "Marry me", and Bam their married. What? Where is the rest of my story? Well, I shall wonder no more. It was a sweet and touching journey for them to the altar. Abby's motivation for proposing was surprising but I think she wanted to marry him, she just needed to give herself an excuse till the rest of her thoughts catch up with her feelings or vice versa.

    A Beautiful Wedding was a sweet yet spicy read from the brain of Ms. McGuire. I just love Abby's and Travis' story and hope it's not over yet. Inquiring minds would like to know if the other Maddox men will have their own HEA's too. I would love to see Trent, with his funny as hell ass in love. And lest not forget Thomas, Tyler, and Taylor.
  • (2/5)
    To be honest, though I was glad to see such a tidy conclusion to Travis and Abby's tumultuous relationship, I can't help but feel that A Beautiful Wedding was a little far-fetched. Don't get me wrong, Abby's thought process and quick action in an attempt to help keep Travis safe was logical enough for her (though obviously impractical and unlikely to work in the real world) and well-written. I think the brash decision to get married fit well with the volatile couple, and I enjoyed the story of how Abby and Travis navigated that. My key problem with this story was the end result where absolutely no one - including Adam, who was actually arrested and likely went down hard for the fire - mentioned the other fighter in the building that night. I don't care how quickly Abby designed and executed her plan, with all the talking that would have happened immediately after the fire (not just among the students but also all the news and police flooding the place gathering statements), there is no way that every single person kept Travis' name out of it - why would they? Why would they feel they even needed to? And, if even one person mentioned Travis' name, there is no way the police wouldn't have added him to the interviewee list. I get that this is a novella, and perhaps that was all the publishers were willing to move forward with, but I think there should have been a longer, more thought out conclusion, since the author chose to use that particular plot to close the characters' story. I suppose the entire point of this novella was just to see let readers know the ultimate resolution for Abby and Travis, but perhaps it would have been better to just minimize the aftermath of the fire and devise some other 'reason' to reach the same conclusion. I was on-board and thoroughly enjoying the story until the entire reason for Abby's decision was "resolved" in a two-sentence, passing thought during the character's inner-dialogue. I just don't believe that A Beautiful Wedding did that particular plot - which was the 'main' plot advancing the overall story - justice.
  • (4/5)
    I usually love these audiobooks but Emma Galvin for Abby was ALL wrong! It messed up the book for me. She was not an “Abby”.
  • (4/5)
    i love this couple so i just had to get more of them in this novella.
  • (3/5)
    This is a short novella that ties the other two stories together. Their is some sexual content so I would not recommend this book to younger teens.
  • (5/5)
    Ms McGuire has indeed done it again!! Travis and Abby share all the secrets of their love and it is so beautifully written that I couldn't put it down!! Travis is the perfect example of a book boyfriend....attentive, loving, completely consumed with Abby! I am so happy with the way the story unfolded and how Ms McGuire shared it! If you liked Beautiful Disaster and Walking Disaster, you'll surely love Beautiful Wedding!! I only wish there were more!!
  • (4/5)
    The last book kind of destroyed the thrill of this book for me, the author just didn't wait to make the series grow in suspense. In any case I started reading this book today and I just discovered there is going to be a fourth book!
  • (5/5)
    I am now convinced that Jamie McGuire just enjoys making me(us) cry. She just loooves to rile up our emotions. Evil cunning author :-). At least this time they were happy tears. The first time I got really joked up reading this book was just from expectation and anticipation. Just before Abby opened the letter from Travis' mom I got all joked up and teary eyed even before reading the first line. And then again after reading the first line. The moment was so filled with emotion and anxiety it was tangible. And from there the mushy moments never ceased.

    I've always wondered what took place during Abby's and Travis' elopement to Vegas and what happened next. At the end of Beautiful Disaster, it was "Marry me", and Bam their married. What? Where is the rest of my story? Well, I shall wonder no more. It was a sweet and touching journey for them to the altar. Abby's motivation for proposing was surprising but I think she wanted to marry him, she just needed to give herself an excuse till the rest of her thoughts catch up with her feelings or vice versa.

    A Beautiful Wedding was a sweet yet spicy read from the brain of Ms. McGuire. I just love Abby's and Travis' story and hope it's not over yet. Inquiring minds would like to know if the other Maddox men will have their own HEA's too. I would love to see Trent, with his funny as hell ass in love. And lest not forget Thomas, Tyler, and Taylor.
  • (1/5)
    So, I'm not sure what possessed me to read this novella, except that I had some morbid curiosity about how these two got married. And, as I expected, it was a trainwreck - honestly, bigger than the one I imagined! The rest of the review is hidden because there are some spoilers for Beautiful Disaster and the novella itself.The novella starts right after the fire. Abby realizes pretty quickly that Travis could be going to jail, so she decides that they should get married. At first I thought that she was at least playing it sort of smart - in most states, spouses can't testify against one another, so she wouldn't be legally coerced to say anything against him - but oh no, this is Abby Abernathy we're talking about here. Instead, she decides that they should get married because it might fool the investigators, because even if dozens of people testify that Travis was fighting right before the fire, SURELY they won't believe any of them if she can prove that they were in Vegas getting married a few hours after the fire, because what kind of sociopath does that kind of thing?Hmm.Even Travis' brother tells Abby that that is a stupid ass plan, which Abby doesn't want to hear. At least someone was honest with her.The stupid thing, above all, is that it actually works, because NO ONE at the fight tells the investigators that Travis was fighting (yeah right) and they just lie to the cops, because that is always a good idea. But, hey, there weren't any repercussions over them lying to the cops, so lying is good! Yay!So, yes, Abby's motivations to the altar were to maybe keep Travis out of jail. She spent most of the time trying to convince herself that she was doing the right thing by marrying him and that she wasn't too young to get married. Ugh. Talk about immaturity. And they even had an Elvis impersonator at their "classy" wedding because, umm, it was Vegas. WTF. And I am, once again, left to wonder how in the hell this novella has a four star rating at goodreads. I...don't understand. I don't think that I ever will!
  • (3/5)
    Part of Beautiful Disaster and Walking Disaster. Unexpectedly, Abby and Travis now both decided to get married. Sickeningly romantic. I am now secretly in love with Travis. haha. :)
  • (4/5)
    I absolutely loved this story about Travis and Abby’s wedding. It was so much fun, and heart warming at the same time. They have to be one of my favorite book couples.

    I love that it’s told from both characters’ perspectives. It gives so much more insight. We also see how big of a decision this is for Abby. She knows she loves him, but wonders if she’s too young to actually go through with it.

    The last chapter was my favorite. You could feel the love these characters have for each other. And not just Abby and Travis, but all the families involved. It goes to show that you can have family that isn’t blood to love you no matter what!