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Let me start of by saying I am a complete and utter mess.
Nothing could have prepared me for the end of the Maddox brothers series.
This can't be the end.
I can't even begin to explain all the feelings I have.
I tried to hold off on reading this book but I just couldn't. I had to read Tyler and Ellie's story.
I loved Ellie! Yes, she's hard to love with her hard attitude and drinking/drug problem but she never once denied she had a problem nor did she try put that blame on someone else. In my eyes she was a REAL person that anyone with addiction could relate to. Truth be told, you don't have to have addiction to relate to her. Everyone has had some type of crisis that they have had to over come in their life and they have either trumpet over it or had plenty of failed attempts at trying to overcome it until they come to that point in their life where they are either going to keep being stuck in the same cycle or they are going to make the change for the better where they can actually do something to better their life. Who can't relate to that?
It was hard to read Ellie's journey sometimes because you were wanting to scream at her to not do something or not to even put herself in the situation that she knows what predicament its going put her in but ever one has to hit rock bottom at some point and overall she's a good person but she's just lost and needing help.
Tyler.. He's is a Maddox so he's a swoon worthy, alpha, that's hot as sin with a heart of gold and I am completely in LOVE with him. How could you not be? Tyler was somewhat trying to help Ellie, but it got the point where he was enabling her. He was watching her defuse and was just waiting for her to erupt.
I really enjoyed how you were able to see all the other stories at different aspects. It was an eye opener and simply intriguing. It made me want to go back and read all the stories all over again.
I would have really like to have some of the story in Tyler's Point of view, I think that was all that was really missing from the story.
I can't say it's a perfect conclusion to the Maddox brother series because I never wanted to see the series come to an end but I can say it's pretty darn close!
Ellie is full of issues and i think the most disturbed woman of the series. She's rough and completly different than what we are used to. I liked it however it can get tiring from time to time. You want to smack her and say "HEY WAKE UP!! Do you realize a Maddox loves you!?!"
I'm sad the series this series is over but knowing Jamie she has tricks up her sleeves and we'll always get a Maddox fill. I"m anxious to see Trex's story and of course the Trent/Cami book 2.
If you are a Maddox fan and enjoy a little fire give this book a try.
Until then I'll wait and re-read my Maddox boys.
Tyler reminds me so much of Travis, or maybe it's the other way around since Tyler is older. Tyler is a Maddox. He loves with all his heart. He fights for what he wants. He doesn't give up. Tyler stands by your side, no matter what. He loves fiercely, who doesn't love that.
Ellie, well I loved her. There were times I wanted to slap the s**t out of her. It's funny, I had the same thoughts about Abby. I hated that she tried to destroy what her and Tyler had, but I could see why she did it. There were times my heart broke for her, and times I was so proud of her. Ellie held her own with 20 hotshots, the Maddox clan, and even Abby. I loved her.
I loved the different aspects of this book. Jamie took her writing to whole other level with Beautiful Burn, which I didn't think was even possible. Her writing just keeps getting better and better. Beautiful Burn pulls you in from page one and keeps you enthralled through the rest. I loved learning about the hotshots and what they do. I loved getting all of that information. Jamie didn't shy away from issues, and I loved that.
Addiction is no joke. It can tear up a person, relationships, a family. It's okay to ask for help, sometimes we can't do things alone.
I highlighted more parts of this book, than any others and that's a lot. I could go on, for days, about Beautiful Burn and why it's astounding, but I think I'll just go reread it again. It's that good.
Abby said it best, "When a Maddox boy falls in love, he loves forever."
"And believe me … these boys … when they’re happy? It’s like living in a fairy tale. They don’t know how to half-a** anything, and loving someone is no exception.”
Pick this book up, one click it now, don't hesitate. It's a beautiful, heartbreaking, shocking, unbelievable, breathtaking, masterpiece. You don't want to miss it.