The Cliff

The Cliff

by Christie Ac Gucker

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$14.95

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ISBN-13: 9781938397318
Publisher: Mroczka Media
Publication date: 09/28/2012
Pages: 502
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.12(d)

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The Cliff 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rarely do I write a review, I think this might be my first. I loved this book. The relationship between the characters are relatable. I hope that this book is as enjoyable to everyone else as it was for me.
Fictional_Candy More than 1 year ago
This Story Took Me By Surprise! Lanie, Grant and Dane grew up together.  Their parents had been friends forever, built all of their homes on a cliff together, and started a business together.  The three families made a new family of their own.  Now the parents have stepped aside and the three children run the business and reside in the homes.  There’s always been a sort of triangle between them, but there have been pacts to prevent anything from tearing up their happy threesome.  But that whole world is about to change, because Grant and Lanie are going to break the pacts and admit their feelings for eachother.  No, not feelings.  Love.  LOVE.  Surely Dane would understand, right? I really loved this story.  I loved it for a lot of reasons.  One, there is this intricate architecture between everyone.  You have so many different levels;  parents, children who are now adults, cousins, in laws, outsiders.  It was really something to see everything tie in together and form this whole braid of life. Two, sex.  Oh my goodness, the sex.  There was a lot of sex.  Anyone who reads my blog knows I enjoy reading about it.  There was one point in this book where I actually wrote in my notes “Ok, there is TOO much sex.”  But then there was a point when the sex was gone, and I missed it.  So that begs the question, is too much ever enough? Ahem…. And three, more drama than you can shake a stick at! This story is told from Lanie’s point of view.  As the only female in the precious trio, she was treasured.  But not just by Dane and Grant, but by everyone.  At times I felt like she was a bit whiney and a bit coddled.  But overall this woman was an enjoyable character for me.  When she was a strong young woman is when I liked her most. So the triangle?  Well, Dane doesn’t exactly handle everything too well.  He really brings in some mystery and drama, and I just loved his character.  To me, he kind of felt like a Stephen Baldwin, both in looks and temperament.  Hot, young, cocky, arrogant… capable of anything?  When we get our hearts broken we all act in ways we wouldn’t expect.  And Dane is no different.  I hated him and I loved him.  Terrific character. I have a lot of feelings about this book.  At times it was such high heat, I thought the paint would peel.  Sometimes that was coupled with such intense emotion, I was in awe.  At a couple points I thought it could turn into a mystery.  Sometimes I was angry, and others just frustrated.  A few characters got on my nerves once in a while.  For my tastes some of it was a bit overkill.  Then there was intense joy, and heartbreaking sadness that had me bawling like a baby.  Oh yeah, mascara running and burning my eyeballs.  I had to read the epilogue  a couple times.  There is definitely a full gambit in these pages.  Overall?  I can’t get it out of my head.  I’m thinking about reading the epilogue again!  I don’t know if it is still classified as Fan Fiction.  Personally, I saw almost no similarities.  But I am definitely glad I read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bought this book because a bunch of people on twitter were talking about it. Thought what the heck - my nook was lonely. Let me tell you, I couldn't put it down. The cliffhangers are killer. If you're going to take a break from reading, definitely stop mid chapter or you won't be able to put it down. The story is awesome. I'm hooked on my nook right now. A must read!