Beautiful Beginning - Christina Lauren

Beautiful Beginning

By Christina Lauren

  • Release Date - Published: 2013-11-19
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
  • Author: Christina Lauren
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 497 Ratings)

Beautiful Beginning Christina Lauren read online review & book description:

The Beautiful Bastard series continues in this new novella—back when not being able to stand each other also meant not being able to keep their hands of each other, neither Bennett nor Chloe could have seen this day coming.

One beautiful bastard of a groom. The most beautiful bitch of a bride. A panty-ripping office hook-up turned true love everlasting.

Wedding bells can’t chime soon enough for Chloe Mills and Bennett Ryan. Chloe, exasperated and stressed by all the last-minute to-dos, is on the verge of saying “I do” to eloping. For his part, Bennett’s so worried about being distracted by Chloe’s body that he makes a no-sex-until-the-wedding-night rule that only seems to be making things worse by continually backfiring on him. As their crazy families descend for the big day- only a few of them actually trying to be helpful- the fiery lovers are about to test whether the couple that argues together can keep it together long enough to exchange rings, and not just heated words.

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Posted Reviews

  • Different

    By ujukmmkii
  • Meh

    By Gladiat0r
    I am easily entertained and I liked all the Beautiful books. But this book was so lame. It is just about the wedding with filler side stories on Will and Max. It was too forced. It is time to introduce a third party and cause some cheating or something.
  • Love this book

    By Cyndi j
    This book is my absolute favorite it has all the characters in it and makes you laugh out loud love the back and forth banter between the boys I read it over and over again ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • LOVE this series!

    By Busyslp
    The best series I've read from this genre! Funny, sexy, smart!
  • It can't be over!!

    By yoloalltheway
    I really love this series and I don't want it to end. I want to know what happens with Max and Sarah and their baby. Also i want more of Will and Hannah. He was practically my favorite guy. Christina and Lauren please continue. You fans want more.
  • Beautiful beginning

    By Armik B
    I read the series this was not my favorite, I wish it was not over would love another book for the happy ending for all.
  • Hated the ending

    By Jenaffleck
    The overall book was similar to the others in the series nut I hated the ending it felt unfinished and should have had a few more chapters.
  • Best beautiful book of all

    By kpope101
    Each book in this series has been awesome but this one was the best of them all. A wonderful end to this unconventional love story. I will gladly recommend it to anyone and will definetly re read it. So hot and steamy
  • Great Book...however...

    By Kaylynna
    I've enjoyed all the books in the Beautiful series, but I had a tough time with this one. As usual, Chloe and Bennett are hilarious together, but it seems the f'ing is ramped up just for the sake of ramping it up. I get it, they really, really enjoy one another, but to me, it was a little more vulgar than in the previous books. But overall, I really do enjoy the characters.
  • More!!!

    By JessicaW_OregonGirl
    I love this series! All of the characters were amazing, witty, funny, and sexy as hell! Really was hoping this wasn't the last book. I would love to see how Hanna's family reacts and Max gets along as a dad. Hoping you'll consider more!

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