The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith.

10798416215 pages

First Published January 2nd, 2012 by Poppy

American Hadley has just missed her flight to London. Her father is getting married to a woman that she has never met. She manages to book another flight, but it makes getting to the ceremony on time pretty tight. British Oliver goes to uni in the states, but he is flying home for an occasion of his own. They get to know each other in that sweet, strange and oddly intimate way that two strangers on an airplane can somehow manage. When they part ways at customs in Heathrow Airport, is that it? Will they ever see each other again?

This is yet another one of those undeniable teen romances. It’s literally short and sweet (literally, get it? (that pun seemed clever at five thirty this morning when I jotted it down, but I shake my head dismally now)), and I did quite enjoy it. It’s got a nice little travel element in there, which I have a soft spot for. Also, it’s less cutesie than the other Jennifer E. Smith book I’ve read (This is What Happy Looks Like) – while still being cute. It’s bearably cute.

I’d definitely suggest that you add it to your someday list if you appreciate teen romance novels.


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