Monday 18 February 2019

✪ Motion (Laws of Physics #1) ✪ Penny Reid ✪


Forced to lie to protect her sister . . .
From the New York Times Bestselling Author, Penny Reid

One week.
Home alone.
Girl genius.
Unrepentant slacker.
Big lie.
What’s the worst that could happen?

Mona is a smart girl and figured everything out a long time ago. She had to. She didn’t have a choice. When your parents are uber-celebrities and you graduate from high school at fifteen, finish college at eighteen, and start your PhD program at nineteen, you don’t have time for distractions outside of your foci. Even fun is scheduled. Which is why Abram, her brother’s best friend, is such an irritant.

Abram is a talented guy, a supremely gifted musician, and has absolutely nothing figured out, nor does he seem to care. He does what he feels, when he feels, and—in Mona’s opinion—he makes her feel entirely too much.

Laws of Physics is the second trilogy in the Hypothesis series; Laws of Physics parts 1 (MOTION) & 2 (SPACE) end with a cliffhanger.

Copy received from author for an honest review

I haven't read the final Elements book Heat, and I have such terrible bookzheimer's that I have completely forgotten who Abram is - but that did not affect my reading of Motion.

I adore Mona and Abram's story. I gotta say, there were a couple of characters in the first couple of chapters that I thought I was going to t want to throw my kindle at -gees, they got to me! But some of them were a little bit better as the story progresses - but not all of them.

I loved the snark and banter between our lovelies. Even knowing what is going on between the, you can feel the push/pull. And the sexual tension leaps off the pages.

I laughed out loud at times, particularly with Mona. I so want to be friends with her.

I knew this book was going to end on a cliffhanger, however I was completely engrossed in this story, until BAM - I had hit the end.

Thankfully we don't have too long to wait until the next book, however I am sitting here, wondering, waiting, needing to know what happens next.