The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - Find all my reviews and more at Reading AngelStatistical Probability of Love at First Sight may just be one of the longest titles ever. I wanted to grab it just for the unique title and amazing cover. Of course, after some reviews that I read, I knew that there was much more to this story, and I was not disappointed. Jennifer E. Smith has created two characters that are very real, and very relatable. Both made me fall completely into their worlds, and their lives, and that is exactly what I wanted to do.Hadley is one mad daughter. She is mad that her dad has left, she is mad that he is getting remarried, she is mad that her mom is ok with it. Mostly she is mad that she has to fly across the country to not only attend, but to be a bridesmaid, of all things. I really felt for Hadley, I could really sympathize with her character and what she was going through. I loved that Hadley was a smart and sarcastic character, and that she was well read.Oliver was more of a mystery, and who doesn't love a sexy mysterious boy with an accent? He's never clear on why he's going home to London or what he's studying in school. He's funny and quirky. I really enjoyed all the little scenes as they got to know each other on their plane ride. One of my favorite things was the little old lady in the seat next to them, who had been married for many years, and assumed they were in love. She was beyond cute and sweet. I really enjoyed Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. The whole book was a crazy adventure that left me smiling and just more in love with love. The moral of this story is either: If you miss your next flight, always try to find the hot English guy, or you never know what fate will deal you, true love may be just around the corner - or right beside you on a plane. If you are a fan of contemporary I suggest you pick this one up!