The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight - Jennifer E. Smith I've read a couple of reviews where readers called this a "light, fluffy read", and I suppose there are parts that are light and fluffy, but overall I would say that this book is pretty angsty.I suppose I'm coming at this at a different perspective from most. I completely empathize with Hadley. As a child of divorce myself (parents divorced when I was 17, so I was the same age as Hadley), watching a parent leave abruptly and start a life somewhere else is gut wrenching. Every time Hadley had a flash back where she compares her father from the "past" to her father in the present it broke my heart.So yes, while the scenes with Hadley and Oliver on the plane are funny and sweet, the heart of the book is about a young girl who is trying to get over having her heart broken by her father.This book is beautiful. It's heartbreaking. It's insightful. It's funny. It's swoon-worthy.Read it.