Daughter’s Best Friend Pre-Order

Hi Everyone,

I’m working my way through a huge list of books, and everything that I have going on. In the next couple of days I’m thinking of doing a paperback giveaway, but more on that later.

For anyone who is interested, I am now on Instagram. At the moment I don’t have the right phone so it’s kind of pictureless but I’m working on that. https://www.instagram.com/authorsamcrescent/

Do you like Older men / younger woman romances? Check out my latest. Daughter’s Best Friend is dirty, sexy, and above everything else is a HEA. Rebecca and Jackson first appeared in, The Enemy’s Daughter.

daughtersbestfriendTitle: Daughter’s Best Friend

Expected Release: May 8th

Pre-Order Links: Amazon (US) / Amazon (UK) / Amazon (AU) / Amazon (CA)


Rebecca has had a crush on her best friend’s father, Jackson Reed, for as long as she could remember. She has always hoped that one day, he’d be her everything. That would never happen. Besides the fact of her friendship with his daughter, he’s so far out of her league. That all changes when she’s with Jackson helping Bella through her heartache. Together, growing closer, something might just happen. At least she could hope.

Be careful what you wish for …

Kissing Rebecca was a mistake, fucking Rebecca was an even bigger mistake, and it won’t happen again. The problem is, it’s going to happen again, and Jackson wants it to. He wants Rebecca. She fires his blood, and makes him yearn for stuff he had thought were so far out of his reach.

He’s old enough to be her father, but she doesn’t care. He’s the only one Rebecca wants. When they’re together, they cannot keep their hands off each other, and so their secret affair begins.

Jackson is screwing his daughter’s best friend. Can there ever be hope of a happy ending?

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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