There are many research that shows different statistical studies of many different things like:
How many people prefer to stand than sit on a bus.
How many people prefer to drink tea instead of coffee.
The percentages of men and women crying over sad movies.
These are just some examples of research and studies that most people dwell on.
But, there is one research that has not been confirmed just yet.
The statistics of love at first sight.
Seventeen year old Hadley Sullivan's day couldn't just get any better. First, she had a fight with her mom on her way to the airport. Second, she misses her flight by 4 minutes (4 minutes!) to London and third, she has to call her dad to inform him that she'll be late for his wedding which is held in London. Tomorrow. The same wedding that she had been dreaded for months. Hadley's head ache just thinking about it. She never wanted to be apart of it. In fact, she never want anything to do with it.
So, now she's stuck for 3 hours while waiting for the next flight that will fly her to London. She's stuck sitting between a snoring man, a rude old lady and a british boy sitting across with crumbs on his shirt.
In a span of 24 hours what could possibly happen?
Can a short encounter change everything?
Can you possibly find the one in a city so big like London?
And can forgiveness and acceptance changes one view about love?
"Love is the strangest, most illogical thing in the world"