Alice Clayton, the New York Times best-selling author of Wallbanger and The Unidentified Redhead, brings the sexy and the funny back with this dangerously rich and sinfully decadent dollop of Cream.
Manhattan's It Girl, Natalie Grayson, has it all. She's a hot exec at a leading advertising firm, known industrywide for her challenging and edgy campaigns. She's got a large circle of friends and a family that loves her dearly, and her dance card is nearly always full with handsome eligible bachelors. What else could a modern gal-about-town wish for? The answer, of course, is...cheese.
Natalie's favorite part of each week is spending Saturday morning at the Union Square Farmer's Market, where she indulges her love of all things triple cream. Her favorite booth to visit also happens to indulge her love of all things handsome. Oscar Mendoza, owner of the Bailey Falls Creamery and purveyor of the finest artisanal cheeses the Hudson Valley has to offer, is tall, dark, mysterious, and a bit oblivious. Or so she thinks. But that doesn't stop Natalie from fantasizing about the size of his milk can....
Romance is churning, passion is burning, and something incredible is rising to the top. Cream.
©2016 Alice Clayton (P)2016 Simon & Schuster
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"Glad Natalie Got Her HEA"
Narration was two dimensional. A couple of story arcs were underdeveloped or truncated.
Predictable. Would have liked to have seen the hero of the story take some lead on finding a HEA
Deacon Lee, yes. His role in this production was so small that I can't know how his narration of a full length book would be. Oliva Song I would listen to again, but not where she carries more than one or two characters, and definitely not a romance.
Thomas-he was not necessary. And Missy - that part of the story was so disjointed that I am just not sure what the point of her was.
I loved the first audiobook of this series and I will likely listen to the third installment. This second one is probably better to do in print
Absolutely Amazing, Alice does it again. It's full of LOL moments but best of all it just feels real...I'm not sure how else to explain her writing. Narrator did a great job too.
"Sexy and adorable"
Oscar and Natalie are on fire! It was so nice to enter Bailey Falls again and not only fall in love with Oscar and Natalie, but to check back in with Leo and Roxy! I'm eagerly awaiting Clara's story!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️
"Yay for Hot Farmers!"
It's definitely worth the credit!
I love Natalie! She owns her body and her life and I love her confidence. Also, there was really no ridiculous girly overreactions.
I always laugh out loud at Alice Clayton books!
Great story as usual...can't wait for the next one!
"Crazy for this book"
Just as good as it counter part Nuts this book is funny and sexy, but what I truly love about it is that the main character is not a size 2 Barbie doll but a sexy full figure sexy size 18 woman who is not ashamed of her curve and gets the very hot sexy man.. 💋
"Can I give it more stars?"
I'm going to review the second book first.
The story, the setting, everything me feel like I was
I loved the first one, but this one was incredible.
If you're a true romantic, DO NOT LISTEN TO
You will fall in love with Oscar.
"Good, but Not as Good as Nuts"
I loved getting to hear more about Roxie and Leo the most in Cream of the Crop. I also loved the fact that the main character was a size 18 and owned it. She was proud of her curves and guys were no match for her.
I enjoyed the ending, but it was the rest of the story that I had a problem with. I liked the update, but did not like how some of the characters did not seem to change.
Deacon Lee was wonderful, but Olivia Song was a little flat. I am sure she does an excellent job with other books, but multiple characters is not her strength.
Not to tears, but I did not like hearing about Thomas and Missy. That was aggravating. And made me so mad.
This was a good book, but nowhere near the excellence of Nuts. I have listened to Nuts twice in three weeks. I barely found time for this one.
"The Cream was a little Sour"
Well, yes listening to books is time well spent as I can work, do laundry and drive all while being entertained. This particular book was still time well spent but I thought the story was kind of boring. There were funny parts, things that were said that I laughed out loud. The story line just didn't do it for me.
While I enjoyed Oscar Mendoza, he sounded hot and interesting, I kept trying to figure him out. I didn't like his relationship with his ex wife, Misty at all! I agree that you don't have to be enemies but you should be civil particularly when children are involved, this was not that case. It is my opinion you should cut ties, otherwise why divorce? It was weird and I didn't appreciate the reason behind that. I didn't trust Misty at all. The least interesting of the story was Oscars reasoning behind the fight they had. It was kind of anti-climactic. I felt it was weak. I also didn't like the reason behind Misty and Oscar's divorce it makes one or both of them shallow in my opinion. I guess the marriage politely ended properly before either one of them cheated so that is good!
I would have loved to hear more of Deacon in the roll of Oscar other than in the epilogue. Olivia did fine in her portrayal of birth characters.
I don't know? I love Alice Claytons, Wallbanger series and I loved the first installment of this series, Nuts. I like Leo and Roxy. I love the sense of humor that Alice gives to her characters, I just didn't care for this story.
I felt the epilogue ended rather quickly and didn't give enough insite to their future.
"Real Female Body"
I liked that this book has a female lead size 18 with real curves. She is confident and sexy despite an abusive ex. I enjoyed hearing an update about Roxy and life in NYC versus the country.
I preordered this book and I was not disappointed!
"Good belly laugh!"
Loved it. Good 'belly laugh' book. Natalie is so sassy and bold that I could throw myself into her life and enjoy every second.
"Part 2 of a brilliant series"
Natalie and Oscars story - full of the usual laughter, smart dialogue and heart. Bailey falls and the people in it is once again the star. Can't wait for part 3.
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