Monday, November 26, 2018

Review: One in a Million by Lindsey Kelk

One in a Million
by Lindsey Kelk

Publisher: Harper
Pages: 416
Format: ARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Everyone wants that special someone….

Annie Higgins has given up on love: she’s too busy trying to get her tiny business off the ground. Infuriated by the advertising agency across the hall making fun of her job, Annie accepts their crazy challenge – to make a random stranger Instagram-famous in just thirty days.

And even when they choose Dr Samuel Page PhD, historian and hater of social media, as her target, Annie’s determined to win the bet – whether Sam likes it or not.

But getting to know Sam means getting to know more about herself. And before the thirty days are out, Annie has to make a decision about what’s really important…

Kritters Thoughts:  I own quite a few Lindsey Kelk books, but this is the first time reading her and I was excited to see how her writing went.  I was hoping for a good sweet romance that was easy to read and left me with warm and fuzzies!  And that is what I got!

Annie Higgins is a social media expert that owns an advertising agency with her friend Miranda.  They are hanging out with two guys who own office space in their building and a bet starts coming together, can Annie make anyone social media famous?  Of course Annie thinks she can!  And in walks Dr. Samuel Page!

With the sweet nod to My Fair Lady, with Annie's last name being Higgins, this book is a little bit of a remake of the classic story.  Annie must remake Dr. Page into someone that can become popular online and boy does she have her work cut out for her with this professor and historian who also wants to win back his girlfriend.

I loved the story and I loved Kelk's writing.  It was nice and easy and perfect for a holiday weekend to curl up with and enjoy some fun characters and a quirky story.  

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Harper 360.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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