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Publisher Description

Losing has never been easy for a Maddox, but death always wins.

Eleven years to the day after eloping with Abby in Vegas, Special Agent Travis Maddox delivers his own brand of vigilante justice to mob boss Benny Carlisi. Vegas's oldest crime family is now preparing for vengeance, and the entire Maddox family is in danger.

The secret Thomas and Travis have kept for a decade will be revealed to the rest of the family, and for the first time the Maddoxes will be at odds. While none of them are strangers to loss, the family has grown and the risk is higher than ever. With brothers against brothers and wives taking sides, each member will make a choice—let the fear tear them apart, or make them stronger.

August 15
Jamie McGuire
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Luisaa ,


I fell in love with Beautiful Disaster and Walking Disaster and had to keep on reading the rest! Such a good book

MNmama.1989 ,

A disappointing end...

I knew going into this book that there would be tragedies. But this book should have went on further. We as readers were left with all the characters we’ve come to love not knowing how they moved on in their lives. There’s leaving room for imagination and then just ending a story without any resolution. Why write love stories if you are going to leave the characters devastated and never telling your audience if their “love” was enough. Overall very disappointing and would be nice to have a resolution to the Maddox brothers instead of feeling like I read all these books for nothing.

Julia Z. Mart ,

A Beautiful Funeral

I can’t believe the emotions I am feeling as I finally sit back think about the book. Not just this book, but the whole series. Each one was so beautifully crafted and written in such a way that it makes any reader think about what’s going to happen next; and just wanting more and more. I had started with A Beautiful Disaster and finally ended the series. I knew reading this last book would make me feel so sad about the characters and the story but it was totally worth it.

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