Looking for a light read that involves air travel, London, a wedding, a funeral, love, and messed up family dynamics? Then look no further than the Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight!
Hadley does not want to go to her dad's wedding in London. He and Hadley's mom split up a few years back and Hadley is without a doubt on her mom's side. When she misses her flight by a mere four minutes, she is almost relieved. But it doesn't mean she's going to get out of the wedding entirely.
Instead she spends the hours in the airport chatting with a boy named Oliver, also on his way to London. They end up sitting next to each other on the flight, getting to know each other and telling each other more and more.
Even though the whole story takes place in a 24 hour period, it has the slow build feel that I always look for in romances. The way Hadley and Oliver get together feels organic and unrushed, even if the time fram is short.
Highly recommend for anyone in high school looking for a quick, contemporary romance read.
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