Cream of the Crop by Alice Clayton (a review)

Cream of the Crop
Cream of the Crop by Alice Clayton

My rating: 4 Stars

Natalie is a successful exec at a leading advertising firm. She is a spitfire – sassy, sharp tongued, confident, strutting around, and does not give two shits about what people think about her attitude or her voluptuous size. She has her job and friends and family who care about her. Natalie’s favorite part of the week is spending Saturday morning at the Union Square Farmer’s market shopping for cheese from the infamous Bailey Fall Creamery. Oscar is sexy as sin, handsome, and talented at making … cheese. He is brooding, mysterious and infuriating at times. Natalie is normally fierce except when around Oscar her verbal communication is reduced to two words “Oh. Yes.” … Natalie can’t help herself but think about all the dirty things she wants to do that involve the handsome Oscar. But the joke is on her — Oscar has been watching and noticing her… great…. big ass for quite a while.

When an opportunity presents for someone to take on the job of advertising and boosting the small town tourist industry, Natalie is more than a little enthusiastic about jumping on the project. The reason is quite clear, sexy Brie man runs his farm there. Well, let’s just say Natalie tastes a little more than cheese while she is there 🙂 Natalie and Oscar seem to have the case of opposites attract because they turned up the heat really quick … There is a catch though, Oscar has quite a long history involving a very close “friend” … Oscar belongs with his farm and the small town life – he is not a city boy. Natalie has her job, family and friends in Manhattan. She gave up her life for a man once and got nothing in return but a broken heart. She swears never to get in that situation again. Will their love be enough for one to change their life for the other?

This book was such a sweet and entertaining read full of humor, romance and a large dose of sexiness. The way Alice described the town and the people in it is just heart-warming, making me want to pack a bag and visit this charming place. This was a sweet, feel good rom com romance, with low drama and angst. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a few hot rolls in the hay, a lot of laughs, and well… cheese talk 🙂

ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! TY

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