Still an unrepentant slacker.
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 is the second trilogy in the Hypothesis series; Laws of Physics parts 1 (MOTION) & 2 (SPACE) end with a cliffhanger.
4 Star Review by Ashley
Space was everything I needed in book two of this trilogy. A getaway, a snowstorm, an unexpected run in that sets off all the feelings...
Mona was still her straightforward and blunt self. Even with more life experience, she was still a awkward in social situations. And for all the success Abraham had found, his heart still beat for the woman who hurt him the most. I absolutely LOVED getting a hearty dose of Abrham's POV.
So smart. So angsty. The pain for both Mona and Abrham was there. The hurt and anger and resentment was well deserved. And as much as he wanted answers, he also didn't. Because they could break him all over again. My heart went out to Mona. She tried so hard to do the right thing but it backfired. And it cost her. The hurt from before was back and this time she was going to speak her truth.
The anticipation and longing from both sides was palpable. Heck, it made my chest ache. And just when Abrham and Mona had made some headway with everything from the past and the possibility of more, the reality of their lives came flooding back in. Gah! Penny Reid!!! These two are so addicting! I am thirsty for the conclusion of this wonderfully original love story.
About the Author
Penny Reid is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best Selling Author of the Winston Brothers, Knitting in the City, Rugby, and Hypothesis series. She used to spend her days writing federal grant proposals as a biomedical researcher, but now she just writes books. She’s also a full time mom to three diminutive adults, wife, daughter, knitter, crocheter, sewer, general crafter, and thought ninja.