All she wants is forgiveness, and all he wants is revenge . . .
From the New York Times Bestselling Author Penny Reid
Still an unrepentant slacker (but now also very, very angry).
What’s the worst that could happen?
Mona’s meticulously planned allotment of relaxation is thrown into chaos by the unscheduled appearance of her older brother’s band of friends, including the one person she'd hoped to never face again. Abram still makes her feel entirely too much, which is one of the reasons she disappeared after their one week together. But now, trapped on a mountain of snow and things unspoken, Mona will have to find a way to coexist with Abram, chaos and all.
Laws of Physics parts 1 (MOTION) & 2 (SPACE) end with a cliffhanger.
Part 1 (MOTION) will be released February 11, 2019 (ends on a cliffhanger)
Part 2 (SPACE) will be released March 11, 2019 (ends on a cliffhanger)
Part 3 (TIME) will be released April 15, 2019
This installment of the series was straight up addictive.
The first book in this series was a tad lukewarm for me, I just didn’t love it. Well after reading Space, let me tell you, my thoughts have changed, for the better.
This installment of the series was straight up addictive. I flipped through the pages in record time and then BAM! Another cliffhanger. Holy frijole I am so stoked to finish this series now. Hurry the hell up part 3! I’m on pins and needles here.
Mona and Abram are killing me.
Oh wow what a read! It will have you itching for more...
Oh wow what a read! Continuing physicist Mona DaVinci and musicians Abram Harris's story will have you on the edge of your seat. Book two takes you to a time over two years later and we are met with answers and more angsty moments that have you wanting and anticipating for more.
We also get a look of the life of Mona and Abram when they were separated. Growing up and making more of themselves in their chosen careers. Before kicking off to new experiences in their life they unexpectedly meet again in Mona's vacation home in Aspen. Mona's plans for quiet and relaxation is thrown out the window.
Holy smokes the chemistry and connection between the two of them are still there; however, wondering if the truth is known by the other will affect the situation and whether if all was a lie is the question when it came to that unforgettable week.
There are moments that will have you cringing, aching, and of course hoping. Just when you think there is time to explore for more we are left with another cliffy that will have you breaking and questioning the future. This book series thus far was more than I had expected and I am sooo looking forward to reading more.
Review: Laws of Physics 2: SPACE
Space by Penny Reid is the second book in her three-part Laws of Physics series. The continuation of the story of Mona and Abram and all the feels in between hate and lust and love!
A couple of years have passed for Mona since the week she spent pretending to be her sister and getting her heart broken as a result. Her once-strained relationship with her twin, Lisa, and her ex-best friend Gabby has come a long way and she is happy about that but still sad over how things played out at the end of that week she will never forget. Heading for a vacation with her best friend Allyn to her parents "huge estate compound mansion lodge" in Aspen she arrives expecting a quiet week snowed in as usual but arrives to find her brother Leo and his band friends are also there for a visit. One friend in particular knocks her for a loop - Abram!
Good Grief! The emotion and angst that this second book literally wrenched out of my soul is overwhelming. I am well and truly whelmed. Second chance romance trope is my fave and this continuation of Mona and Abrams tale fell right into that. Misunderstandings abound, blame is placed, apologies are given. Honesty is shouted into existence and all the feels are felt. I am so anxiously awaiting the final book, Time! Wow!
Ending on a cliffhanger this book is not for anyone looking for a steamy romance with immediate gratification. This is a slow burn filled with obstacles, inner-monologues, internal battles waging for what is right and what is fair and learning they aren't always the same. This is a deeply involved story that slowly builds the characters, the background story, and the emotions of the characters as it goes. It pulls you in deeper and deeper with each sentence. I have loved every Penny Reid book I have read so far and, big surprise, this is no different. If you don't enjoy cliffhangers then you may want to wait until all three books are released but you still, absolutely, should read this. Enjoy!