Abby Henningston has crushed on Dr. Jackson Crissia since she was thirteen, suffering the ache of his rugged beauty with the knowledge that it was just girlish infatuation. He was eighteen years older than her, and her father’s best friend.
After an emotionally-charged moment on her eighteen birthday found Abby in Jack’s arms, she thought her fantasies might become real. But the next day, Jack was gone. It’s been seven years and now her medical rotation in County Hospital emergency room is her last before completing her nursing degree. She’s moved on, grown up. Life is good, until Jack appears as her mentor, and the single person who can destroy her plans, and her heart.
Jack Crissia has never forgotten Abby. A dark passion ignites with a vengeance when she shows up in his hospital, now a stunningly beautiful twenty-five year old woman.
It’s time he shows her what lust really means and how far the addiction of pleasure will make you go. When passion goes too far, Jack realizes how easily he could ruin her. He must choose between their love and Abby’s future before they both lose it all.
Her Father’s Best Friend is an 10,000 word age-difference romance. Warning: This book contains explosive sex thanks to years of pent-up emotion and frustration, and one hot doctor who likes to play dirty. It’s a fast, ecstatic ride that may require extra panties.
This is a very short Novella, which in this case is good. I don’t think I would have finished it as full length novel.
There was no character build up and the charters just seemed very shallow, no depth to them at all to them. I just could not connect to them at all. I actually was rather annoyed by both of them.
The same goes for the story, what little story there was. It would have been more believable if they just met and had some random hot lusty hookup instead.
All it was, was some pretty heavy sex on pages. Porn in a book with not much of a story to it at all.
I really didn’t see that they fell in “love”, to me it was lust and not love.
I hate to say it but this was 1 ½★ for me but I’m sure other will enjoy it more than I did.