Natalie Clayton was one of those characters who is difficult to like. She has built a very protective shell around herself, and is often times standoffish with people, making it hard to connect with her. She is only open and completely herself around her small group of college friends; once you see her in that element, you want her to be like that all the time because she is clearly a very warm, caring person.
Once we got her back-story, it’s understandable why she protects herself. So when her long ago, two-week teenage romance, Paddy Hurley, walks into her favorite bakery, it’s clear that life as Natalie knows it is going to change…big time.
There wasn’t much I didn’t like about Paddy. He’s hot, sexy, dirty, sweet and cuddly. Paddy goes after what he wants… Continue