The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
by Jennifer E.Smith
Who wouldn't like to believe in love at first sight? The promising future that can be made? The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, is a novel that centres around a young American teenage girl Hadley and her journey on a flight from New York, USA to London, England. It takes one flight and a day for her to embark on an encounter with a young teenage British boy Oliver. This young contemporary romance novel is set within 24 hours, showing how in that little amount of time & one coincidental flight seating arrangement is enough for the two teenagers to fall in love.
I believe it's an typical take on romance novels edged towards teenagers. The American girl an British boy fall in love and typically on the same flight and seated in the same row. It was a stereotypical teenage romance but was a brilliant way to tell it. It's sort of a every girls dream come true.
I truly recommend this light reading novel for young girls or even boys who want an easy read. It can be read at any occasions throughout the year, but to me it's a holiday read. If you are into fate & believe it, this book is for you.
Lydia S Jones