5 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Opposites Attract · Second Chance · Sexy · Slow Burn · Strong Heroine · Trilogy

Space (Laws of Physics #2) by Penny Reid

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5 Stars

*** Space is book two in the Laws of Physics trilogy and should be read after Motion. This review may contain spoilers if you have yet to read book one. ***

Mona DaVinci has not seen Abram Harris in the two and a half years since she pretended to be her sister and fell for a man who had absolutely no idea who she really was. With her inconvenient feelings that are never going to be reciprocated, Mona has done her best to move on from the hard-to-forget time that she once spent getting to know Abram.

Avoiding all things Abram is surprisingly easy… until a trip to Aspen, where they end up snowed in together… along with her brother and his many friends…

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Space was simply everything I could have hoped for in the second installment of Mona and Abram’s story. With 2.5 years having passed since their whirlwind romance, Mona and Abram are no longer the people they were when they first met. And when the opportunity is presented to finally come clean about everything in their past, will the truth ruin even the slightest chance they have for them to get to genuinely know each other.

I am now completely hooked on all things Mona and Abram! Being introduced to both of these characters in Motion, I felt that I was given a thorough view of their personalities and backgrounds. And now, with the story evolution of Space, we see two people who have matured and come into their own so brilliantly that they have now entered into some of the most “unique and unforgettable couples” territory.

Space has boosted the emotion, angst and sexual tension of the Laws of Physics trilogy to enthralling levels. With another cliffhanger that leaves us counting down the days until the release of Time, Mona and Abram have left us with a lot of questions and a desperate anticipation as to where their story will take us next.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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