Happy February

Hi Everyone,

Can you believe we’re in February already? I can’t even believe it at times how fast the time has gone. I’m always making plans, and what to write next. Right now I have just submitted Edward’s story from Cape Falls. Do you remember him? Long time ago I started a series, an old-fashioned town with old-fashioned values. Finally, I have wrote his story lol. I’m also going to focus on bringing you the rest of the books in the series that I have kept hanging. 🙂

So, how are you?

With the All Romance closure, I got my rights back to my books that I had with them. One of those books is, Just for the Movie. This was previously released as Chemistry. The story hasn’t changed at all but it has been re-edited.

just-for-the-movie-evernightpublishing-jan2016-updateBuy Links: Evernight Publishing / Amazon (US) / Amazon (UK) / Amazon (AU) / Amazon (CA)

Release date: February 6th


Will their romance survive when the cameras stop rolling?

Action film star Adam Feltworth’s last movie flopped big time, yet he’s offered one last chance to star in a romantic drama alongside the up-and-coming actress, Sara Leigh. Adam has never filmed sexy scenes with a full-figured woman, but he’s been warned—it’s this or retirement.

Throughout her career, Sarah has portrayed the fat, supportive best friend. With her breakout movie, Chemistry, she hopes to finally bring the pleasingly plump heroine into the mainstream spotlight. Knowing Adam’s history of preferring svelte beauties, she doesn’t want him for the part.

When Adam first holds Sarah during the screen test, a spark ignites that neither one expects. Now Adam’s problem is bigger than simply filming a hit movie to save his floundering career. He needs to prove to Sarah that she’s the only woman he desires…both on and off the screen.

Published by Author Sam Crescent

Sam Crescent is a USA Today Bestselling author who is passionate about romance. She resides in the UK, and loves creating new exciting characters that take her on a journey she never expected. When she's not panicking about a story or arguing with a character, she can be found in her kitchen creating all kinds of havoc.

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