Yes it's possible, especially if it's a single handle faucet. You'll
need to write back with a brand name. If it is a single handle faucet,
remove the handle, and see if there's some sort of plastic, toothed gizmo
under the handle. If there is, remove it, and turn the valve on hot all the
way to see if it gets hotter. Those toothed plastic gizmos are a safety
device that protects against scalding. The way they're adjusted is to
physically reposition it on the stem so that it allows the handle to turn
farther towards the hot. You should make sure you reinstall it, and just
keep playing with it until the water gets hot enough for you.
There are other types made, so a brand, or a posted picture would be
What type of name is "Nathalie'??