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The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

By Jennifer E. Smith

If you have ever asked “what if,” believed in fate, or fallen in love, this book is for you.

“What exactly are you supposed to say to the father you haven’t seen in ages on the occasion of his wedding to a woman you’ve never met?” This impossible question, and painful situation, is one 17-year-old Hadley will have to face in less than 24 hours. In the meantime, on top of dreading this event, she’s missed her plane from Connecticut to London.

Then again, when the unplanned flight pairs her with Oliver, a Brit heading home for mysterious reasons of his own, things begin to look up… considerably. Equal parts good looks and charm, Oliver proves the perfect antidote for Hadley’s blues, until – just as they met at one airport, they part ways at another.

Combining romance, humor and heart with a tremendously likable cast of both leading and supporting characters, you’ll find this novel with a very long title to be a very short and pleasurable read.

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