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Beautiful Oblivion (The Maddox Brothers series Book 1) by [McGuire, Jamie]
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"The author's pen flows with ease and fans of romance and NA will adore the raw emotion...Trenton's story will steal readers' hearts." (Romantic Times)

About the Author

Jamie McGuire is the New York Times bestselling author of three other novels: Providence, Requiem and Eden. She and her husband Jeff live with their children just outside Enid, Oklahoma, with four dogs, four horses, and a cat named Rooster. Visit her website at JamieMcGuire.com and follow her on Twitter at @JamieMcGuire_

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 760 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1476794944
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (1 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IGW350Q
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 281 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,188 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So I'm a huge Jamie McGuire fan as it is (and if you've shied away from reading Red Hill or the Providence Series you don't know what you're missing) and I'd set high expectations for this book based on her previous writings.

And I'm more than happy to say that she pushed the bar way above what I expected! Some people say that 'Trenton is no Travis', my response to that is of course he's not, he's a different person who has different motives and a different past that defines who he is - but he's still one hell of a character who knows what he wants. Cami is the same - she's not a carbon copy of Abby - if she was that would be predictable and that's the one thing Jamie doesn't do, sure she can lull you into a false sense of security before ripping the rug out from under your feet with a heck of a twist, but at least she doesn't write the same old same old!

I can't wait for there to be more stories about the Maddox brothers and I can't wait to see what kind of girls end up with the rest of them (I'm secretly really looking forward to the twin's stories - cause one Maddox is more than enough so who knows what's going to happen when the twins find their women).

So get 'Cashmere comfortable' and read this book, you won't be disappointed!
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5 big fat stars

Oh sweet jesus Jamie McGuire you are outstanding you blow my mind with this book.

I felt like I was inside this book and watching all the scenes take place from the time Trenton met Cami right up to the very end.

I thought Travis was hot but damn Trenton is outstandingly sexy as hell but I would not turn down any of the Maddox men.

I like Cami she is a sweet, sexy girl who has a boyfriend but she starts to talk and get to know Trenton and thing start hotting up between them even tho Cami tries to just be friends with Trenton it get's to hard for her and then the feelings starts to take over.

Trenton is badass but with a big heart, as Jamie McGuire said "when a Maddox boy falls in love, he loves forever" you know something thoses word are true they do love forever.

Don't get started on the ending, the ending was fantastic blow me away.

I can't wait to read more of these Maddox boys.

Great book Jamie McGuire you should be proud of yourself you did a fantastic job on this book and your writing is outstanding, looking forward to the rest of your books.
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You know books that have a massive build up to the story, will they won't they, and then they finally get to the point at about 70% but by then you are losing interest....Well, this is one of those books. And when the big secret is revealed, the book ends abruptly and you are left thinking 'was that it?'... Yep, you guessed it, it's one of those books too! Big let down of a book, all build up with not much story and it's about time the Travis and Abby story stopped getting repeated.. It's getting dull now! I loved Beautiful Disaster, spent days kicking myself for buying Walking Disaster (what was I thinking!) and now yet again, I am going over the Pidgeon story... Can't say I'll be buying anymore books about the Maddox boys!
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Reviewed by Willow & Donna ~ 4 Stars

We totally loved Beautiful Disaster, but we felt that Walking Disaster & Beautiful Wedding weren't on the same level so we were interested to see where Jamie would take us for Beautiful Oblivion.

"Instead of feeling ashamed of where we weren't, we could be proud of where we were going and what we would overcome to get there"

Willow: I have to start off by saying I’m in love with Trenton Maddox! I never thought any Maddox brother would come close to Travis, but Trenton certainly comes close.

Donna: For me Trenton was definitely the better man for me, I was one of the rare few that didn't fall madly for Travis, but I may have tripped for Trenton

Willow: The Story is about Cam (Camille), who has a long distance relationship with a guy named TJ. This means nothing to Trenton though, because once a Maddox boy gets you in their sight that's it! I loved this part of the book where Trent is trying to do anything to get Cam to spend time with him, he is relentless and the banter they have is very entertaining.

"I was just thinking now was as good a time as any to acknowledge you're perfect and it wouldn't suck if you fell madly in love with me anytime soon"
"I have a boyfriend" I reminded him
He waved me away "Speed bump"

Donna: The courtship was definitely entertaining. He has that Maddox charm and swagger and he has to ramp it up full throttle with Cam. He has to fire on all cylinders to make an impression. But you could tell that the charm offensive was working. The banter these two had, had me in stitches at times, but you could also tell that Trenton was sincere.
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Beautiful Oblivion follows Trenton Maddox as he declares his love for barmaid Camille Camlin.
It’s a trait with those Maddox boys, when they love, they love with all their heart and won’t let their women go.
But Cami’s life is complicated, her family are messed up and then there’s the fact that Cami is already in a relationship!

I’m writing this with a sense of disloyalty.

When I read Beautiful Disaster I fell in love with Travis Maddox but I’m now realising that it wasn’t love, it was lust.
So it’s with a heavy heart that I say SORRY Trav, but I’m in complete and utter crazy all consuming love with your brother Trenton!

I don’t know where to start, part of me wants to threaten everyone reading Beautiful Oblivion, to tell you that Trent is mine. That he can have my body, heart and soul,
He can tattoo his name on my forehead and threaten anyone who talks to me.
But at the same time I realise that Cami is great for him, that although they are both messed up, they need each other.
So I’m going to let Cami keep him, but if she hurts him, HE IS MINE!

I think the reason I fell so hard for Trent, isn’t just his tattoos, his body or his job. It’s the way he is with Olive. A young girl who Trent looks after and clearly loves.
The chapters with her and him, warmed my heart. I just wanted to jump into the pages and hug them both.

There is a part in the story where Trent explains why the Maddox boys love like they do, I cried.
Hearing him say it, it broke my heart!

The truth is, I love Jamie McGuire and her books, every word she writes is filled with emotion, but I think Beautiful Oblivion is my favourite.
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