ARC Book Review: One In A Million By Jill Shalvis

19291332Tittle: One In a Million

Author: Jill Shalvis

Length: 368 Pages

Series:  Lucky Harbor #12

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

Published Date: October 14, 2014

Gender: Adult, Contemporary,and Romance.

Rating: ★★★★ ( 4 OUT OF 5).

How I got it?:  Ebook

 

As the brains behind wedding site TyingTheKnot.com, Callie sees it all: from the ring to the dress, the smiles . . . to the tears. It’s that last part that keeps her single and not looking. Getting left at the altar will do that to a girl. But when Callie returns to her old hometown, she finds that her sweet high school crush is sexier than ever. And he makes it hard to remember why she’s sworn off love . . .
Tanner is a deep-sea diver with a wild, adrenaline-junkie past—and now his teenage son is back in his life. How can Tanner be a role model when he’s still paying for his own mistakes? It’s hard enough that gorgeous Callie has appeared in town like a beautiful dream, challenging his best-laid plans to keep his heart on lockdown. Though there’s something about being around her again that makes him feel like he can be the man she—and his son—deserve. Little Lucky Harbor holds their past; can it hold a beautiful new future?

My thoughts

       And its has come to and end! After 11 beautiful books Jill Shalvis has published the 12th one in her Lucky Harbor series. And what and end it was. I’m so sad that I wont see Lucky Harbor again, or Lucille! But on the bright side i still have like 4 more books in the series that I haven’t read.

         So in One in a million we have Callie who is the granddaughter of Lucille! Yes, you heard me Lucille, so this just guarantee a great and mischievous book, and man it was, She was devastated and is currently  not interested in man after being left at the altar a couple of years ago with everything prepared. Now an online wedding planer she is an expert at selling the idea of love even if she doesn’t believe in it. Then we have Tanner, the sexy deep-see diver who was Callies High school crush , one she never returned. Now these two are looking a each other in was that make them crazy and begin a friendship that is seriously turning into something else. But the past has ways of helping them and pulling them apart that are insane, so can these two figure it out soon? Before someone gets hurt?

      I should clarify that the reason I loved this book and all of the books in the series is the process of building the relationships, I love how it takes time, and it’s not a crazy “OH-Ijustmeetyouandiloveyou”  the relationships take time and are so beautiful and real. I love the side characters and I love anything about it.

     Tanner was such a great male lead, There is just something about a constant , strong and loyal man that just drives me crazy . H struggled with his past and he came on the other side a better and responsable man, he took the things he did and leaned from them without regretting and cherishing the things he has. Callie was so good too. She was so sweet and cool, I really liked her and i fell like a I wan to be friends with her. OMG, how can i forget the apartment, it was great! ahaha so funny too.

    But the part that took the cake was Lucielle, yes, the lady older than dirt, neon sweats old lady. Through out the books we have been exposed to her mending and social media knowledge that would put me to shame, and it was amazing to see a deeper side of her story ans her craziness and love for all the people in the town. Lucielle to me is the bane of all the Lucky Harbor books and with out her things would never be as great as they are, and I’m so glad she got her HEA! ❤

      I would totally recommend this book to anyone who wants a light , romantic read, It could  be read as a stand-alone but i would recommend going for the first book in the series. I loved all these book and I love Jill Shalvis.

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