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The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - 4.5 StarsThere's just something about a book that you literally can't put down, and that's what this one was for me. It's been a while since I've done that, sat down and just consumed an entire book in one day. I've been trying so hard to keep myself from reading this one because it's not pubbing until January, but I just couldn't wait anymore. It's been on my nightstand for over a month just calling my name. And since I was in the mood today, I picked it up.If you've read the summary, you'll already know that Hadley, who's seventeen, is heading to London for her father's wedding. A chance meeting puts her in the seat next to Oliver, who's just finished his first year at Yale and is traveling home. These two have instant chemistry and adorable banter, and the only thing I wished for more of was them together. I was so engrossed with the story, the author even hit me with a huge surprise somewhere near the middle. It wasn't entirely predictable or cliche. It felt real and raw and kept me guessing and waiting and hoping. Just like a book should! I definitely recommend this for anyone who's in the mood for something that's not quite a romance, but is...or not quite about family, but is. It's a little of this and a little of that and it all comes together to make a great little package in the end.Full review:

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