A Beautiful Funeral by Jamie McGuire

A Beautiful Funeral by Jamie McGuire
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (238 pages)
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

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

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

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This book is the last in the Maddox Brothers’ series but is a stand-alone book. The first book, Beautiful Disaster, was great, so I picked up the next, featuring another brother, then the next and the rest in the series. Though A Beautiful Funeral was interesting, it was my least favorite of the whole series.

The five Maddox brothers and their families are facing a tense situation. Two of the brothers are in the FBI, and some seriously bad guys are after them and their families. This makes for suspense and high emotions throughout the book.

The family dynamics are complicated. Secrets were withheld, and this caused a lot of anger between the family members. They are forced to confront their issues because they are in close contact, hiding, while the FBI is trying to protect them from those who want to kill them. The relationship exploration is good if not sometimes based on petty reactions.

During this time, some new members of the family are born, and others die. The action is often fast-paced, and when it is not, the downtime is used to see the family work out their problems.

The best part of the story is the ending when readers get to see the brothers through the eyes of their father.

Though this is a good book, it is probably best read after the others in the series in order to gain the most depth from it.

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