This was an incredibly sweet YA romance with a lot of family themes and growing.
"People who meet in airports are seventy-two percent more likely to fall for each other than people who meet anywhere else." This book is pretty easy to read, pretty easy to predict, and pretty easy to love. The concept seems a little unrealistic, but not so much though--it still gives you a lot of hope for your own life and for relationships.
Family is really the big theme of this book, with Oliver and Hadley both having different dynamics with theirs and flying from the US to the UK for family matters. Hadley definitely grew in the 24 hour span of this book and it was impressive to see her maturity and how she came to understand her parents a little more than she had.
Scenes from the past were interspersed well with the present, which really gave the present tense a lot of effect.
This was really well written, and I recommend for anyone looking for something a little deeper than a YA romance.