Books into reality Tuesday

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


“A story about family connections, second chances, and first loves”

Publisher: Little, Brown for Young Readers

Published: January 2012

Genre: Contemporary

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Hadley Sullivan missed her flight to go to her father’s second wedding on London. While on airport there she meets Oliver whose on the same flight as hers. A twenty four hour love at first sight.

This is the first book I’ve read by Jennifer E. Smith. I’m not a fan of Love at First Sight but this is so cute. Who would think that the stranger you met once will possibly your lover.

Because of this story I suddenly love London. Thanks Ms. Jennifer. I have a crush on Oliver, he’s a British Boy. ( Hello Ètienne ). He’s a gentleman and sweet and has a sense of humor. Both Hadley and Oliver has a story about their family. I love it because it gives us hope that everyone has a second chance. Second chance to love, to accept someone. Although it takes time to heal the wounds from the past.

If you love Happily-Ever-After stories , well you should pick this one. It’s cute and you can finish this one on one sitting.

Rating:5/5

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The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight will be a film starring Hailee Steinfeld as Hadley Sullivan. Hailee Steinfield is also a singer. Oliver will be played by Robert Sheehan, and Directed by Dustin Lance Black.Still don’t know yet the release of the film but it will be on 2016. YEY!

What do you think guys?

Hailee Steinfeld
Robert Sheehan

Via Hollywood Reporter

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