The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - Jennifer E. Smith 3.5 stars, but in this case I'm going to be generous and round up.

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is exactly what it says on the tin: girl meets boy, girl and boy get heart eyes for each other over the course of a few hours, girl and boy lose each other, girl and boy find each other, and girl and boy have the beginning of their love story.

Oh, and there's some family stuff thrown in there, too.

With a title I'm a little bit jealous that I didn't come up with myself, I was hoping for more from this book. A lot of potential never fully realized; however, I got exactly what I expected, so I don't feel shorted by the story. This is cute and fluffy, even Hadley's family drama didn't weight it down much, although having lost my father suddenly a couple years ago, Oliver's scene at his father's funeral was a beautifully dark spot for me. Overall this is a quick read, one I read in two and a half lunch breaks during work (1.5 hours, to be exact).

A simple, fun story, one of those good summer reads.