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Hanging off a Cliff: Billionaire Romance Trilogy, Part Three

Meagan and Jack, Book 3
Narrated by: Alex Thompson
Series: Meagan and Jack Series, Book 3
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
4 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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When Kurtis takes his final breath, everything changes. When Kurtis’s last will was read before his coffin, billionaire Jack Lawrence lost everything he thought he would one day gain, and Meagan gained something much more substantial than she would have ever expected. And neither individual is happy about it.

With the revelation of a lifetime on her shoulders, Meagan leaves and takes a much-needed vacation to cope. When it’s finally time to come back and accept the responsibility bequeathed her, she knows that everything is different between her and her “husband” Jack. She must face the man who has every right to hate her for what she was given. But once accomplishing that task, there is something much deadlier at her back.

With a billion-dollar inheritance in Meagan’s back pocket, people would do anything to either get their share or remove her from the picture entirely. With money comes responsibility and danger that she never would have imagined.

Meagan no longer needs to fear for her financial situation, but her life is a different story.

©2018 Layla Antalya (P)2019 Layla Antalya

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I'm recommending this.

SPOILER ALERT: Here’s the thing: it doesn’t matter how much I love the book. The ending is not conclusive. They never found Lucy, and she was such a major point of the conflict. This is an excellent book, but when the ending is not completely conclusive, I can’t rate it higher than three-stars. Nevertheless, I recommend reading it (if you can tolerate an unanswered question or two at the end).

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I would have to give it five stars.

My feelings on this book are really indecisive. On one hand, I love Meagan and Jack’s relationship. But it felt a bit forced. I am in love with all the conflict that hinders their relationship and the idea of the father being really important through each of the books, despite being dead, is really great. The foreshadowing that I hadn’t noticed until the end is another big selling point. If the relationship didn’t feel forced at times,

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immersing

I was not impressed. I couldn’t relate to Meagan or Jack and I couldn’t help but question the practicality of everything that happened. Even just the start of the book, Jack’s father would never leave his entire portion of the business to someone he had just met. The story did have a few redeeming qualities, like the danger in which Meagan found herself in numerous parts and the attractively protective Jack.

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It had a good ending.

I didn’t like how the beginning of the book cut forward six months and didn’t show us the struggles Meagan faced at home. Another book on that time would be cool. The end was good. And the tension was awesome too.

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Quite a good one.

This book was good, but nothing more. It needed more chemistry between the characters and a little more development. No complaints, but it wasn’t excellent. More romance and scenes between Meagan and Jack would have been better.

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Beautiful!!!

I love Jack and Meagan’s romance! It’s a beautiful love story, but the romance remains innocent. I would have appreciated way more adult romance scenes. Also, the turns of the story seemed to come from nowhere. Aside from that, I would read another book if the author adds another to the trilogy.

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it has everything I could have asked for.

The thing I love most about this book has to be that Meagan is not only relatable, but not portrayed as a whiney and intolerable young girl. She is strong, compassionate and a well-rounded character. Meagan doesn’t succumb to weakness, no matter what she goes through. This is a feature that turns a good book into a great one. Along with the great story and perfect romantic interest,

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I can’t get over the terseness of this book.

It’s difficult leaving an entirely positive reviews when it is so short. I expected a novel length book and got something I was able to read in an hour. The story itself is great and I have no complaints about the series itself. But All together, the series could have been a single book more effectively.

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You won’t regret reading it.

Vibe of this last book is something entirely different than all the other billionaire romance books I have read through the years. It is unique, but still follows the genre’s basic notions. Some of the twists and turns incorporated in this book make it entirely unforgettable. Each chapter ended in a way that left you craving the next one. The book gave no room for breaks and I finished it in under two hours.

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I just can't seem to put it down.

I couldn’t put this book down. I read it cover to cover without distraction and I have to say, it is suspenseful and it’s clear that romance was not the main focus of this story. Don’t get me wrong, romance was a main plot point, but this story has much more to offer than that.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-18-19

Everything about this is great.

Maybe I’m biased because I would love a romance like this, but I swooned through each of the three books. The last one ended on a high note, and I can’t say the same for so many other books. Everything about this book was great and I would love to see more in the series.

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  • Carlos Uriarte
  • 06-18-19

Wonderful storytelling.

I was not expecting it to end like this, but the books have taken crazy twists and turns from the start, so it was to be anticipated. And while the end was a bold move, I feel like it was the most realistic and heartwarming way to end the series. The way the obstacles and characters have grown from book one is insane. Looking back, I would have never expected them to get this far.

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  • Norma Lewis
  • 06-17-19

PRetty good.

Jack and Meagan worked their way through so much, and in this last book everything paid off. Their story is one of a kind and something I will always appreciate dearly. Despite disability, everyday life and the opinions of others, they persevered. I didn’t like that I don’t know what happens after they reacquaint, but the book was pretty good.

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  • Reyna Collins
  • 06-17-19

I will forever stand behind this book.

Don’t we all wish we could have a billionaire like Jack? I must admit, I was hesitant to continue the story after the dramatic end of the last one. I felt like the relationship they worked so hard to build was destroyed. But I was wrong. It seems that the obstacles from the last book was a strengthening catalyst in this one.

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  • Sacrifice
  • 06-17-19

I want more!!!

The only thing I wish about this series is that there was more! They are pretty short, but I knew what I was buying. In such a short story, Meagan and Jack developed a romance that could rival some of the best romances of our time. Nothing felt forced and it was clear from the start they were made for each other. Between Jack’s domineering personality and Meagan’s rebellious one, they were a match made in heaven.

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  • The dyer
  • 06-17-19

Such an excellent book.

The length of the audiobook was a bit problematic, and I was in denial when I put in my earphones and found that it was over in under two hours. The story made it worth the shortness. The ending is something that I am going to hold as a standard for other books, and I am sure none of them will be better. As the story progressed, I felt the forgiveness and acceptance carried over from past books and I fell in love.

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  • Debra barrera
  • 06-15-19

A wonderful read.

Meagan is nothing like the usual women I read about. She for one isn’t from America and brought her personality from Dublin alongside her. But at no point does the book mention an accent or even utilize a voice with an Irish accent. As much as I love Meagan, it was a bit of a plot hole. Aside from that, this was a wonderful read.

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  • Laura Gailey
  • 06-15-19

Generally good although it's a bit slow.

It is obvious that the writer didn’t do much research on the demographics of the locations in the books. The Irish culture was lacking, which made the book a bit of a disappointment to those who know the culture well. The story itself is genuinely good, though a bit slow. The voice, much like the story, didn’t have and Irish descent. Had I known nothing about Dublin or Irish culture, the book would have been phenomenal. But because I have that knowledge, I couldn’t immerse myself.

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  • Debbie Murphy
  • 06-15-19

Pretty nice in spite of the flaws.

It was difficult deciding between 4 and 5 stars, but overall the voice telling the story made my decision for me. She sounds like a robotic voice with a hint more expression. If you have the option, buy the book and read it yourself. It is the least cliché billionaire romance I have ever read. Most have a shy woman subservient to the male billionaire, but this story had so many interesting twists and turns and did not adhere to that mold one bit. From one book to the next, the endings never disappoint.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-15-19

Love it!

It was interesting how the author took a character introduced in the first book and formed her into someone capable of murder, but it seemed so rushed. The motivations (though there was some) was far too insignificant to drive a character to madness in my opinion. I loved the book, but I had to question the believability during a few scenes—especially one of the ending ones. But the book did a great job of keeping me interested up until the very last page!