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    You can never go wrong with a Penny Reid book!!

    What a slow burn!!! But I am enthralled with and just loved the awkwardness Mona displays being herself let alone when mimicking her twin sister. It goes to show that you can be a genius and super intelligent about certain aspects but so lost when it comes to life and emotions. I loved her reactions to her physical feelings towards Abram and how unsure she is of them. He is throwing her completely off kilter without even knowing it. Abram's story is one I am intrigued about, I do hope we find out in the next instalment!! Please let it be from his POV! The teasing, the flirting, heck, even the little touches they shared warmed my heart and hoped for so much for them. I can't wait to see how their story pans out when "Lisa" returns!
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    Review: Laws of Physics 1: MOTION

    Motion by Penny Reid is the first book in her three-part Laws of Physics series. A story of identical twin sisters that couldn't be more opposite in their personalities, of an aspiring musician and his reluctant smiles, and of the difference between perception and reality. Mona is back home in Chicago pretending to be her twin instead of interviewing for her PhD and she has almost no idea how she got here. There was a phone call, a flight, a makeover to transform into her sister and now she is back at her childhood home slightly shell-shocked and not sure what to do. Especially when the the more than gorgeous Abram angrily greets her at the door... 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!
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    This slow-burn read had me hooked from the start

    So . . . it has come to this. I already knew I had a Penny addiction before starting Motion, but not all addictions are bad... right? I usually devour Penny’s books as soon as they’re released but I can’t deal with cliffhangers, so it’s been torture having to wait for all three instalments of Laws of Physics to release before I could dive in. Then again, Motion was absolutely worth the wait! Penny has her own unique writing style, which I admire so much; her stories are always intelligent, quirky, witty and engaging - is this why fate brought us together? Motion was no exception; this slow-burn (heavy on the slow) read had me hooked from the start and the tension was so addictive... I just couldn’t put this book down. I’ve never read a twin swap storyline and I found it thoroughly entertaining. I adored both Mona and Abram, they were real and vulnerable and completely endearing. There’s no escape from destiny, but I’m so glad I waited until all three parts of this story were released before I started it, otherwise Motion’s cliffhanger would’ve driven me bonkers. This way, I get to move on to Space straight away - yey!
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    So cruel Ms Reid

    I don’t know how I will get through the next two months!
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    A Quirky Heroine!

    Motion is the first in a the second trilogy in in the hypothesis series. This is The Law of Physics part one. As always with Penny Reid expect the unexpected. In this book we meet Mona a twin whose abilities with maths and physics has produced someone who has had very little time in her life for wasting time and having fun. Uptight is putting it mildly. Suddenly she receives a phone call from her twin who has been arrested, and needs Mona to go home and pretend to be Lisa. The good time sister who is with a rock star and is into drugs. So to keep her sister out of trouble with their parents Mona agrees. Only one problem Mona has not got a clue how to behave like Lisa. To keep her out of trouble her brother’s best friend Abram is staying at the house to watch and keep her under control. Well after a makeover and advice from Gabby, Lisa’s best friend Mona arrives at the house and meets Abram. Well Mona is tongue tied and tries her best. Well we all know what happens with the law of hormones, the more time they spend together the more they like each other. This is a Penny Reid romance keeping me addicted until the last page, and then I have to wait until March until I read more of Mona and Abram. To find out what happens you have to read the book. Just a little warning this ends in a cliffhanger.
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