â€™The Minute I Saw Youâ€™ is the latest book by Paige Toon.
Some people believe that itâ€™s possible to fall in love simply by gazing into another personâ€™s eyes, but Hannah, who spends her working life staring into the eyes of strangers, has never felt anything out of the ordinary for any of her clients. Then she meets Sonny, and a spark ignites between them thatâ€™s hard to ignore and impossible to forget. Weeks later, they cross paths again, but Sonnyâ€™s whole demeanour has changed. Gone is the sexy, laidback, confident man that Hannah was so attracted to, and in his place is someone who can barely make eye contact at all. It soon transpires that Sonny is at a crossroads. Heâ€™s committed to making serious life changes, but these changes canâ€™t and wonâ€™t include romance.
Hannah, who is only temporarily housesitting her uncleâ€™s cottage, has her own reasons for wanting to keep their budding friendship platonic. But as summer hots up and the chemistry between them sizzles, Hannah and Sonny discover that thereâ€™s more to each of them than meets the eye.
Yesterday I spent my day with my head buried in Paigeâ€™s latest book, a story of new beginnings and friendships.
The story is seen through the narrative of Hannah, who works in an opticians and itâ€™s in this job that she meets Sonny Denton. Both are attracted to each other but agree to be friends, but as they spend more time together, they realise that itâ€™s difficult to maintain a platonic friendship.
Iâ€™ve been a fan of Paigeâ€™s books for years, theyâ€™ve accompanied me on many a bus or train journey, transporting me to another time and place and her latest book was just as absorbing.
Paige has an incredible skill of creating handsome and charismatic men and Sonny was no different, charming, witty and slightly damaged that made the reader want to look after him. I loved Hannah as well, fun and relatable and I really enjoyed the scenes of banter between the pair of them. Both of them have underlying secrets and problems and itâ€™s through their confidence in each other, that they grow strength to face them. There is also the addition of an adorable dog that added a hint of cuteness to the story.
The story is set in Cambridge and is filled with vivid descriptions of the city and the canal activities that was very prominent in the story. The story also included the return of Joe Strike and his wife Alice from Paigeâ€™s previous book called â€˜One Perfect Summerâ€™ and it was lovely to see the return of the dynamic couple.
A fun and sexy story that was a joy to read from start to finish. Paige has written another tender and uplifting book that will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. â€˜The Minute I Saw Youâ€™ is an unique tale, with relatable and fascinating characters that stays with you long after you close the final page.
You can buy ‘The Minute I Saw You’ from Amazon and is available from good bookshops.