Her Prince Charming by Sam Crescent

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For as long as Violet Robinson can remember she has been in love with her best friend’s older brother, Brendan Archer. But she is only ten years old, and he breaks her heart by rejecting her, just before moving away. 

Eight years later, Brendan knows he’s got to keep an eye on his sister and her best friend, Violet, when they move overseas for college. He has always felt bad about breaking Violet’s heart, but he was tired of her following him around. He wasn’t interested in little girls.

Only, Violet’s no longer a girl. She’s a woman. Now he wants her and knows he can’t have her. 
Or can he?

In a different country, Violet misses home. The only constant in this new place is Brendan. Being around him awakens all the feelings she’s been trying to deny. Falling into bed is a big mistake, but fall she does. 

Brendan knows what a gem he’s found, and he feels damn lucky that she now belongs to him.

But what will happen when he finds out she’s pregnant? Will he be her prince charming now, or will he turn his back on her?


Excerpt:

Everything had now changed.

He wasn’t going to let her get away from him.

Nor was he going to let anyone else steal her away. He knew what he wanted, and that person was Violet.

Kissing down her neck, he sucked on her pulse, loving every inch of her as she shook beneath him. He couldn’t get enough of her and wanted to consume all of her. He just knew her pussy was going to be tasty.

He placed a hand on her knee, sliding it up beneath her shorts, and he found her naked pussy, a small patch of curls covering her lips.

He pressed a finger between her slit, feeling her shake.

“That feels good,” she said, breaking from the kiss.

He stroked around the entrance of her cunt, finding that sweet spot that would have her melting for him and him alone. Plunging in deep, he felt how tight but also how wet she was.

So perfect.

Adding a second finger, he heard her moan, the sound deep and guttural before he added a third, stretching her pussy.

“How many men have you been with?”

“Only the one.”

“I wish I was your first. I should have been your first.” He claimed her lips once again, drawing his fingers back to tease her swollen clit.

She thrust her pussy up against him, whimpering as she did.

He felt how needy and desperate she was.

“Do you want to come for me?” he asked.

“Yes.”

“Good.” He pulled away from her pussy. Staring into her eyes, he licked his digits clean. Her eyes were dilated, and she ran her tongue across her bottom lip. She looked sexy.

Brendan wasn’t done, and this wasn’t about torturing her.

Pulling his shirt up over his head, he tossed it across the room without a care where it landed.

Releasing his belt buckle, he slid his pants down.

“You’re not going to go slow for me?” she asked.

“There’s a time and a place for slow. Now’s not it.” He pushed his boxer briefs down his thighs, wrapping his fingers around his cock. Running his hand up and down the length, he stared into her eyes.

Violet only held his gaze for a few more seconds before she looked down his body, and then she bit her lip.

“Are you worried that I won’t fit? Don’t be. We’ll fit perfectly.”

She got to her feet, and he watched as she removed her shirt and shorts. She stood before him naked and proud, her curvy body a temptation.

“I’m not a little virgin, Brendan. I know what I’m doing.” She stepped up close to him, wrapping her fingers over his as she held his cock. “Do you think you can handle me?”

Damn.

If that wasn’t the sexiest thing he’d ever seen.

Violet was a temptation, and he intended to explore every single part of her.

“Go on then, babe. Show me what you’ve got.” It was a challenge as well as an invitation. He was curious to see exactly how far she’d go.

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Score: 4 out of 5 (based on 9 ratings)
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4/5
Her Prince Charming by Sam Crescent
Written by Laura on 6th May 2019

Her Prince Charming was a slower moving story compared to some of Sam’s other stories. I felt that the slow movement of the story was appropriate because of Violet’s age but there was still something about the story that left me disappointed (I am not sure if that is the right word either). Don’t get me wrong, I was sucked into the story but when it was all said and done I didn’t feel excited and eager to read it again like I usually do after reading a Sam Crescent book. I could attribute this feeling to how sad I have been feeling the last few years and revisit Her Prince Charming again in the future but I am honestly not sure if that will work as I don’t see it being one of my favorite Sam Crescent books. Violet, Penelope and Brendan are likable characters but out of the three of them I am thinking Penelope is the one with the nose for excitement and trouble and I liked her more than the other two. The sex scenes (I would say bedroom scenes but most didn’t happen in the bedroom) were semi-graphic and tastefully done in a way that made them more of a sweet and romantic element of the book and not the whole darn story by taking up 3 or 4 chapters. I really should not have read this book yet but it is Sam Crescents newest book, not that I usually get to read new releases right away, but hey, I couldn’t help myself, Sam Crescent is on of my favorite authors. There three more books from her that I am currently itching to read so you will probably see them posted soon, because I am not sure I can wait to long to dive into them. This review posting contains the body of the review, which is only a portion of the original review which was originally posted on my blog Happy Reading Laura Lu's Book reviews

5/5
Night Owl Reviews
Written by PaulineMichael on 5th Dec 2018

Sam Crescent proves just why she’s at the top of my must-read list with this steamy and sweet contemporary romance. Violet Robinson and Brendan Archer are fabulous together and I couldn’t wait to see just how they would get to their happily-ever-after. Best friend’s brother as a love interest might have been written a time or two but the author gives it a freshness that I couldn’t resist devouring word after word. My heart ached for the young Violet and I admired her maturity at handling being thrown back into Brendan’s direct atmosphere. The love between Violet and her best friend was beautiful, her relationship with the family making things at times easy and at other times so very hard for her and so entertaining for the reader. I love how deeply I felt I got to know the lead characters, as if I had a connection them almost as strong as their connection to each other. The way the author weaves red-hot and steamy with genuine love and romance is gold-star worthy. If you are looking for an everlasting love that will come after some ups and downs and a whole heck of a lot of heat than this is a definite top pick. Brendan broke Violet’s heart when she was young but know she’s grown up and he definitely doesn’t see her as a little girl any more. But will she be able to let down her guard long enough for him to convince her his feelings have changed?

5/5
Amazing Read!
Written by Fabiola Cadet-Destil on 30th Sep 2018

Great job Sam Crescent! This book was a true prince charming story for real, love the characters. Love it Love it, 5 stars!

5/5
Her Prince Charming
Written by LRCH on 30th Sep 2018

Oh, my heart broke for Violet when Brendan crushed her when she was 10, even as I understood it. But seeing them work it out years later was so sweet. I loved this book... Sam Crescent writes such amazing books, they make me cry, laugh, the whole emotional gambit.

5/5
First love
Written by Traci on 30th Sep 2018

Violet has loved Brendan forever...she had a crush on him when she was 10 but he was 18 at the time and he broke her heart. As she got older she claimed that she was over her crush but she really wasn't. Her and friend moved to England to attend college. Brendan lived there so they started to spend time with each other and he realized that he loved her and she was still in love with him(awwwww

3/5
OK
Written by Neringa on 29th Sep 2018

I'm not sure, how I feel about this story. I mean, I like this type, best friends brother romance, but... The story in all was ok. But I couldn't feel it, because time to time I would be reminder of what bothered me. Violet wasn't fooling me with 'I have been over him so long now.' I wished she was better at lying about it, making me believe or at least questioning that she may have stopped crushing on Brendan. But her actions/thinking contradicted her statement. Like she constantly said similar frazes like above. It seemed like she's trying to make herself believe that she moved on. But it got really old and fast, when you regularly hear 'I don't have crush on him.' It would have made sense, if it started after spending time with Brendan. Starting to know him again, what kind of man he become and then Violets feelings blooming up but she was fighting them. Before that, it was just irksome. And the 'Brendan talk' part... If Violet was like 16 years old, I would have understood. But she was 10 and she wasn't over the top stalking him or anything, so it shouldn't have warranted that talk. It sounded off for me. Well, not exactly the talk itself, but the way Brendan worded it. That kind of talk would have made more sense, if Violet was older or at least she would had overheard him talking about it with his mom, who would be happy for them at some point ending up together. And maybe that's another reason why I was irked by Violet actions after all these years. She acted like she wasn't 10 years old girl at that time. At that time her actions made sense. She was a girl with a crushed heart. But later she grow up and should had understood how it all probably was a silly crush? And when they took that step into more then friendship... Even though, I knew her 'I don't have crush on him.' was a lie, it still was to quick switch from that to 'I want you.' I needed prelude or something before it.

5/5
Love this story
Written by Rhonda on 28th Sep 2018

Eight years ago, Brendan crushed Violet's 10 year old heart and then left. Time went on and so did Violet but try as she might, she couldn't forget Brendan. Now at 18 years old, she and her best friend, Brendan's sister, are moving to England where Brendan lives. Even though she denies it, her love for him has grown from being a child who has a crush to a young woman who's love has only grown to an adult love. How will Brendan see her now? I love this story and how the characters didn't jump right into a relationship after seeing each other 8 years later. The slow build up to that just made the story better, in my opinion. Yes, Violet is still young but her feelings are deep and real, even though she tries time and time again to deny it. Her best friend, Penn, is Brendan's sister and I got really annoyed with her for most of the book. She seemed very immature and silly. I don't know if Sam Crescent has a book planned for her but if she does, I hope she grows up more. That being said, this was a wonderful book and I really enjoyed it.

5/5
Her Prince Charming
Written by LRCH on 28th Sep 2018

Oh, my heart broke for Violet when Brendan crushed her when she was 10, even as I understood it. But seeing them work it out years later was so sweet. I loved this book... Sam Crescent writes such amazing books, they make me cry, laugh, the whole emotional gambit.

3/5
OK
Written by Neringa on 27th Sep 2018

I'm not sure, how I feel about this story. I mean, I like this type, best friends brother romance, but... The story in all was ok. But I couldn't feel it, because time to time I would be reminder of what bothered me. Violet wasn't fooling me with 'I have been over him so long now.' I wished she was better at lying about it, making me believe or at least questioning that she may have stopped crushing on Brendan. But her actions/thinking contradicted her statement. Like she constantly said similar frazes like above. It seemed like she's trying to make herself believe that she moved on. But it got really old and fast, when you regularly hear 'I don't have crush on him.' It would have made sense, if it started after spending time with Brendan. Starting to know him again, what kind of man he become and then Violets feelings blooming up but she was fighting them. Before that, it was just irksome. And the 'Brendan talk' part... If Violet was like 16 years old, I would have understood. But she was 10 and she wasn't over the top stalking him or anything, so it shouldn't have warranted that talk. It sounded off for me. Well, not exactly the talk itself, but the way Brendan worded it. That kind of talk would have made more sense, if Violet was older or at least she would had overheard him talking about it with his mom, who would be happy for them at some point ending up together. And maybe that's another reason why I was irked by Violet actions after all these years. She acted like she wasn't 10 years old girl at that time. At that time her actions made sense. She was a girl with a crushed heart. But later she grow up and should had understood how it all probably was a silly crush? And when they took that step into more then friendship... Even though, I knew her 'I don't have crush on him.' was a lie, it still was to quick switch from that to 'I want you.' I needed prelude or something before it.