Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Plot: Hadley hasn't seen her father for over a year, since he left her mother for another woman. The last thing on her list is to be in his wedding, that her mother is forcing her to attend. After missing her flight to London by four minutes, Hadley meets a handsome British Yale student, Oliver, in the airports waiting area, who is coincidentally sitting in her row. After a long overnight flight sitting next to Oliver, they are unable to hold onto each other in the chaotic airport. But fate has plans for these two and makes Hadley realize that four minutes can change a lot.

My Thoughts: The title itself, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, had me hooked from the beginning. Then as I began to read, Jennifer E. Smith pulled me in for a long flight. On the flight, readers are treated to an amazing story based off fate and chances, a love story that will make you want to cuddle up with a pillow and cry, because you wish you had one just like it, oh and don't forget the airline peanuts. Even after the plane landed, the amazing story kept going where Jennifer tied up some loose ends. I had tears in my eyes near the end because of how beautiful and heart wrenching this story was. If you have any doubts on love at first sight this is the book that will change your mind.

What did you think of The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight? Let me know!

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