One In A Million follows the standard Jill Shalvis romance novel formula:
Step 1 – girl with baggage meets guy with baggage
Step 2 – girl falls into insta-love, which she mistakes for lust, with guy. vice versa.
Step 3 – girl’s closest friends mercilessly prod, tease, and poke her into talking about her feelings about guy
Step 4 – because this is a Lucky Harbor series novel, Lucille meddles and annoyingly wields her social media powers to get this match-made-in-heaven going
Step 5 – girl and guy have smoking, hot sex
Step 6 – guy finally admits to himself that he’s in love with girl
Step 7 – girl finally admits to herself that she’s in love with guy
Step 8 – they have a huge fight/misunderstanding
Step 9 – make-up sex
Step 10 – they out themselves as bf/gf or they get engaged or they get married and live HEA
Good book. Thank God it’s over.