One in a Million (Lucky Harbor #12) by Jill Shalvis

One in a Million  - Jill Shalvis

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 forth repetitiveness. I also felt that she needed to stand up to her ex-boyfriend and not act like a doormat. I liked that the plot moppet was a teenager rather than a precocious child. I wasn't a fan of Lucille in the previous books but she was really well done in this book. Overall, it was a little too over the top with a lot of the happy couples from previous books shoe-horning their way into this story.