Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight By Jennifer Smith - Review

Marilyn just read this and LOVED it. OK, another one onto my pile. (I'm reading Cinder right now...review soon). Here's Marilyn's review

Finally it's the day to fly to London for her dad's wedding and Hadley dreads it, as she has for the past six months. It seems only a minute since her parents' divorce and though both her mom and dad have moved on, Hadley is still angry and hurt. So of course, a pile of little things makes her late for her flight by four minutes. FOUR MINUTES!!! Could this weekend get worse for her?

As her anger stews and brews to new levels a very cute guy helps her with her bag and actually makes her smile and joke. As luck would have it, Oliver (that cute guy) is her seat mate on the next flight to London. During their long flight they talk like they've known each other for years when Oliver asks Hadley what she thinks the statistical probability of falling in love on first sight is....hmmmm... This story is a fun romp of just missed opportunities and happy surprises - maybe there IS a chance of love at first sight...

2 comments:

Procurando MilionĂ¡rios said...

I like it....

Very nice story from moving on until she meet the guy in the airport. That is called destiny.

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A gorgeous, heartwarming reminder of the power of fate... an endearing and lushly written account of how it feels to fall in love, the unique heartbreak of parental disappointment and what it means to forgive those who've hurt us deeply.