Luke is a former famous actor turned into producer that stepped away from the red carpet and just wants a private life away from the paparazzi. So when he sees Natalie on the beach taking pictures of the view, he understandably assumes that she’s taking pictures of him and tries to take away her camera.
And what starts with a misunderstanding (especially because Natalie doesn't know who he is), turns into a very sweet romance when they coincidentally meet later that day.
First of all, I need to say I’m not a big fan of the traditional cliché romance. Beds full of red roses, long walks on the beach, dinners in castles, etc, etc… really don't do it for me. To me it always looks too forced, too unoriginal, somewhat unnatural and lacks spontaneity.
This for saying that this book has a lot of cliché romance and surprisingly I really enjoyed and almost (Key word: almost
) smiled like a fool during the reading. But hey, there are those days when I girl needs a little cute romance and a little snuggling with the tablet.
The characters were very likeable: Luke was sexy as hell, Natalie very sweet (loved Natalie’s hidden tattoos!) and their friends and families really great. And best part? There was A LOT of steam.
Although the lack of major drama was kind of refreshing, still there was several times when everything was TOO SWEET, too perfect and almost made me want to scream: “C’mon people. Do something stupid. I need drama!!”
. When I started coming close to the end and finally some drama (not enough) occurred I almost cried happy tears. Yes, drama!
Other than that, the book is very good and I can't wait to read the next ones in the series. :)