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"An extraordinary look at chance, connections, and the power of family and love, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight will make your heart sing."
―Elizabeth Scott, author of Between Here and Forever and Something, Maybe
"This phenomenal depiction of an instant connection shows that everything happens for a reason. Smith's unique story will make you contemplate the magic of fate. I've been waiting for a love story like this forever." ―Susane Colasanti, bestselling author of So Much Closer and When It Happens
"Romantic and wise, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is a must-read. And the second you meet Oliver, you're going to pray you miss your next flight."
―Sarah Mlynowski, author of Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn?t Have)
"A gorgeous, heartwarming reminder of the power of fate. . . an endearing and lushly written account of how it feels to fall in love."―The New York Times Book Review
"The elegant, poignant story is written primarily in present tense, giving the novel a cinematic effect and intensifying Hadley's roller-coaster emotions over the twenty-four-hour period. Hadley is a determined, thoughtful protagonist who, given little bits of luck, isn't afraid to create her own destiny. She anchors this bittersweet-mostly sweet-consideration of loss, marriage, fate, and love."―The Horn Book Magazine
"A closely observed, ultimately moving tale of love, family and otherwise. . .Smith's acute insights make Hadley's heartache and loss as real as the magical unfurling of new love. "
"A fast-paced and entertaining novel with a superlatively romantic premise."
Jennifer E. Smith is the author of The Geography of You and Me, This Is What Happy Looks Like, The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, The Storm Makers, You Are Here, and The Comeback Season. She earned a master's degree in creative writing from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and her work has been translated into thirty languages.
I am actually reading it right now. I am almost in the half of the book. Like it. Not a fan yetPublished 10 months ago by Hera Sagnip
While I'm not a fan of insta-love in novels, this particular story did make me smile. It was a good read, and I'd recommend it for anyone looking for something that will put them... Read morePublished on Oct. 28 2013 by Mira
I didn't make it past the second chapter. I didn't make it past the second chapter. I didn't make it past the second chapterPublished on Jan. 8 2013 by Jospin