Her One in a Million (Home to Harmony #3)

Rachelle Paige
Samantha Holt never expected offering some help renovating her friend’s mansion would result in a hidden treasure. The antique vases might be the solution to her friends’ monetary issues and provide a chance for her family’s struggling auction business. Except the Chicago expert she calls for a second opinion makes her rethink her life at the same time. Zachary Reynolds needs to leave town with the vases as soon as possible. The set’s six-figure potential might be the guarantee he needs to keep his job and provide stability for his five-year-old daughter. Except something about the small town, his daughter’s new best friend, and the way Sam makes him feel, also makes him question his future plans. Researching the history of the pottery muddles both Sam and Zach’s plans but it might also be the spark that encourages them both to move forward.
A sweet Christian romance, “Her One in a Million” features two adults whose futures seemingly hang on one treasure. A slow building romance, the focus of the tale mostly centers on Sam and Zach individually as they overcome personal flaws. Sam is insecure and fearful of change. Zach is worried about the future and anxious over his ability to raise his daughter well on his own. The relationship and character growth only begin to spark in this book and are left quite undeveloped, but readers who prefer lighter romances and almost slice-of-life scenarios will still find this to be a delightful little interlude in their daily lives.
Sarah E Bradley