Review: The One Who Loves You (Tickled Pink #1) by Pippa Grant

The One Who Loves You (Tickled Pink, #1)

The One Who Loves You (Tickled Pink #1) by Pippa Grant

From USA Today bestselling author Pippa Grant comes a fabulously sharp-witted romantic comedy about a socialite’s fall from elitist grace to backcountry purgatory—and her accidental tumble into love.

If the Upper East Side had an evil twin, it would be Tickled Pink, Wisconsin. This run-down, backwoods town isn’t worthy of the footprint of my Louboutins, never mind all of me.

But when my grandmother has a near-death experience and realizes we Lightlys can’t buy our way into heaven, she relocates the family to Tickled Pink to work on improving our souls. And that’s how I trade my heiress existence for gigantic bugs, dishwater coffee, and a cranky single dad named Teague Miller.

Teague spends his days fishing, raising his spunky teenager, and after an unfortunate incident involving cheese curds, living rent-free in my head. The one thing he and I can agree on is that I don’t belong here. He’s willing to help me escape—until the unexpected happens.

I kind of like him. I might even more than like him.

But am I ready to give up the life I adored for a man I love to hate?


5 Tickled Pink Stars

The One Who Loves You is the first book in the Tickled Pink series by Pippa Grant. I have read every book Pippa has written and if you haven’t I would highly recommend getting on that, you won’t be sorry. Her books are full of laughter, light and goodness, The One Who Loves You is no exception.

Phoebe Lightly is a rich and spoilt Manhattan socialite who believes she works hard for her position in her family empire. But when an incident with her grandmother has them moving to a little town in the middle of nowhere. No Wi-Fi, no phone reception and she is cut off from the work she thought she belonged in.

“What matters is realizing that who you are is who you want to be and that you surround yourself with the people who help you get there.”

Teague Miller Thought he had his life together, friends with his ex-wife and co-parenting their teenager. He thought he needed nothing else in life, until Phoebe walked into his small town with her family along for the ride.

If, like me, you loved Schitt’s Creek then you will love this book. It was jam packed full of fun and entertainment throughout. Secrets were spilled and a slow burn attraction between the two. I loved this book and loved every single secondary character and really hope we get more books in this series.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: