Book Review: One in a Million by Lindsey Kelk.


I read the wonderful 'One in a Million' a few months ago now, ahem, last year, that feels crazy to say, but it's taken me a minute to write my thoughts down and get caught up with book reviews. But here I finally am. So, I am going to stop rambling and get to it.


Everyone wants that special someone….
Annie Higgins has one goal this year: to get her tiny business off the ground. But – infuriated by the advertising agency across the hall making fun of her job – Annie is goaded into accepting 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…
Funny, real and heart-meltingly romantic, Annie and Sam’s story is My Fair Lady for the social media age – and the perfect feel-good read.

My Review.

Just say the name Lindsey Kelk and I shall be running to the bookshop. I couldn't wait to read 'One in a Million' because I just adore Lindsey's writing and always feel like I gain a new best friend with every book of hers I pick up. 

So, meet Annie, my new best friend. Annie was quite the kick ass leading lady. She had me laughing out loud at times and pulled at my heart strings the next; getting over ex's can be a bit of a roller-coaster ride and dealing with people who make fun of what you do, not exactly fun. I whole-heartedly admired Annie's passion and dedication to her business and loved her attitude towards making it a success. She truly believed in what she was doing and stood up for her work and I adored that about her.

Dr Samuel Page was a breath of fresh air and a beauty in my eyes. He was just so lovely, stubborn, sweet, innocent and awesome. I loved his vulnerability and how he stays true to who he is and I, again, really enjoyed his passion for his work and being able to connect to his troubles.

Put Annie and Samuel together and it makes for a truly delightful read. I love how they challenged each other, pushed each other out of their comfort zones and made each other laugh, all the while, ultimately, liking the other for who they were.

Lindsey never fails to draw you in and keep you turning the pages. Her characters make you want to jump though the pages and join them for cocktails on a work night.

Pick up your copy of 'One in a Million' today! :)

Happy Reading.


  1. This book sounds great. I might have to pick myself up a copy!

    1. You'll love any Lindsey Kelk book! She's great! :) Thanks for reading!