One in a Million
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2014-09-29
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Lucky Harbor (#12)
I closed out the last trilogy in the Lucky Harbor series in a matter of hours. A quick read, not as satisfying as the second book in the trilogy, but a decent contemporary romance. The heroine was too wishy-washy about her feelings in the last 25-30% of the book, which lead to a lot of back and fort...
This is one of my least favorites in this series. Callie and Tanner weren't bad, but each had their Issues. Callie more so then Tanner. She had a bad experience with love and therefore love must not exist. She gave one person way too much power to dictate her life. I don't mind some push-pull, but t...
The Characters: TannerCallie The Story: I loved Tanner and Callie. Their chemistry, their playful nature when interacting with each other. In fact I loved all the characters in this book. From Callie’s nutty grandmother to Tanner’s son to Tanner and Callie’s best friends. This book does a great job ...
An enjoyable finish to the lucky harbor series with another hunky hero and the funny meddling senior citizen with her computer antics. I particularly liked the interaction with the hero's teenage son. Wedding planner Callie runs into her high school crush ex Navy SEAL Tanner.
This is the end of Jill Shalvis' Lucky Harbor series, which, while not perfect (the middle books were pretty "meh" in my opinion), I still highly, highly recommend to anyone who likes contemporary romance. There is one character (and I think only one character) who appears in all twelve books: Luc...