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Motion [PDF / EPUB] Motion Forced to lie to protect her sisterFrom the New York Times Bestselling Author, Penny ReidOne weekHome aloneGirl geniusUnrepentant slackerBig lieWhat s the worst that could happen Mona is a smart girl Forced to lie to protect her sisterFrom the New York Times Bestselling Author, Penny ReidOne weekHome aloneGirl geniusUnrepentant slackerBig lieWhat 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 irritantAbram 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 partsMotionSPACE end with a cliffhanger.

  • Paperback
  • 300 pages
  • Motion
  • Penny Reid
  • English
  • 02 July 2019
  • 1635763398

About the Author: Penny Reid

Sign up for the newsletter of awesome pennyreidnja newsletter 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 ninjaLLOW PENNY Facebook facebook pennyreidwriterTwitter twitter reidromanceInstagram instagram reidromanceJust Released November , Beard Necessities, Winston Brothers Series, Book Upcoming Releases Pride and Dad Jokes, Ideal Man Series Book Currently Working On Engagement and Espionage, Handcrafted Mystery Series Book .



10 thoughts on “Motion

  1. says:

    READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES FREE He is everything she doesn t want, so why does she want him so badly Grab the first book in the Hypothesis series ATTRACTION for FREE on all retailers ALL ATTRACTION EBOOK LINKS MOTION is LIVE and available EVERYWHERE EBOOK LINKS Part 1 MOTION 2 SPACE 3 TIME READ THE FIRST TWO CHAPTERS OF MOTION READ CHAPTER THREE OF MOTION READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES FREE He is everything she doesn t want, so why does she want him so badly Grab the first book in the Hypothesis series ATTRACTION for FREE on all retailers ALL ATTRACTION EBOOK LINKS MOTION is LIVE and available EVERYWHERE EBOOK LINKS Part 1 MOTION 2 SPACE 3 TIME READ THE FIRST TWO CHAPTERS OF MOTION READ CHAPTER THREE OF MOTION

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    4.5 STARS ARC Generously Provided by Author I was the worst kind of hypocrite, acting like I had all this moral authority Meanwhile, I was a lying liar of lies, sitting on a throne of lies, eating lie soup and liar cake.MOTION, the latest release by Penny Reid is filled with her signature humor and oddball quirky characters There are plenty of laugh out loud moments throughout the story and while the steam level is lukewarm, the story is what will hold readers interest.Mona DaVinci 4.5 STARS ARC Generously Provided by Author I was the worst kind of hypocrite, acting like I had all this moral authority Meanwhile, I was a lying liar of lies, sitting on a throne of lies, eating lie soup and liar cake.MOTION, the latest release by Penny Reid is filled with her signature humor and oddball quirky characters There are plenty of laugh out loud moments throughout the story and while the steam level is lukewarm, the story is what will hold readers interest.Mona DaVinci is a nineteen year old science prodigy She s graduated college years ahead of her time and is on her way to earning her Ph.D Mona walks to the beat of her own drum, saying bizarre quotes that she believes are perfect in any given conversation Mona s research is her life She couldn t care less about fashion, makeup, or the glamorous life her parents live She s also not in the least bit close with her identical twin, Lisa who is her polar opposite Lisa is the bad twin who is always making poor life choices Lisa s escapades have made for good tabloid fodder.Mona gets a call from her sister from jail Lisa begs her to go home and pretend to be her for a week so that their parents don t find out about her incarceration and cut off all financial support It takes a lot of begging but Mona eventually gives in and agrees to be Lisa for a week While she s at home, she will be under house arrest and the person watching her every move is her brother s best friend, Abram.Mona has never met Abram before, and he s only met Lisa once, so Lisa is convinced Mona will be able to pull off the hoax What Mona didn t prepare for was the strong attraction she ends up feeling for Abram No man has ever gotten under her skin before and it s making her feel out of sorts Things get complicated for Mona when she senses there s a mutual attraction building between her and Abram Her conscience is holding her back from acting on her feelings Their time together has a fast approaching expiration date once Lisa is able to return home Will the chances of a romance between Abram and Mona die once the truth of her identity is revealed The book ends on a cliffhanger I can t wait to see what the author has in store for silly and lovable Mona Here are my overall ratings Hero 4Heroine 4Plot 5Angst 4Steam 3Chemistry Between Hero Heroine 4.5MOTION releases on February 11thWorldwide Play Paperback to blog review

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    I love Penny Reid s humor I love her odd, brilliant heroines I love the men who dig their quirkiness I Loved This Book What a great start to this series I knew virtually nothing about Motion going in, and I highly recommend that approach Mona is a delight An introverted and socially awkward genius with a strong moral compass, she uses hilarious techniques for coping with uncomfortable situations I love how her mind works Mona is book smart, but people confuse her therefore, her deci I love Penny Reid s humor I love her odd, brilliant heroines I love the men who dig their quirkiness I Loved This Book What a great start to this series I knew virtually nothing about Motion going in, and I highly recommend that approach Mona is a delight An introverted and socially awkward genius with a strong moral compass, she uses hilarious techniques for coping with uncomfortable situations I love how her mind works Mona is book smart, but people confuse her therefore, her decision making skills get clouded when she is forced to interact with others.Abram is a puzzle that I can t wait to solve He is completely opposite from Mona with her driven nature and orderly sensibilities Judging from appearances, Abram is a hot albeit messy slacker, even though he is supposedly a talented musician He is thoughtful but not deep, and he seems drawn to Mona and her eccentricities Penny Reid continues to up her smart romance game with this New Adult gem It s engrossing and funny, with the benefit of a suspenseful mystery added in I have a feeling this romance is of the Crock Pot simmering variety, which is just fine with me Motion ends on a cliffhanger why and I ll be first in line to get my grabby little hands on Space.Recommended for fans of New Adult fictionAstronomyNerdy heroinesChocolate cake donutsFull review on the blog MOTION Laws of Physics 1 by Penny ReidI received an early version of this book to voluntarily read

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    Title MotionSeries Laws of Physics 1Author Penny ReidRelease date February 11, 2019Cliffhanger YESGenre Contemporary romanceThis is the first in the Laws of Physics trilogy, and as you would expect in a three book story arc, you re going to be left hanging in suspense a couple of times I m not gonna lie, Penny had methan a little concerned about this cliffy she was warning us all about on social media It got to the point where I was dreading the end of the book And not just bec Title MotionSeries Laws of Physics 1Author Penny ReidRelease date February 11, 2019Cliffhanger YESGenre Contemporary romanceThis is the first in the Laws of Physics trilogy, and as you would expect in a three book story arc, you re going to be left hanging in suspense a couple of times I m not gonna lie, Penny had methan a little concerned about this cliffy she was warning us all about on social media It got to the point where I was dreading the end of the book And not just because I was enjoying it and didn t want it to end Maybe my nervousness and fear of the unknown had built my expectations up, but it really wasn t as bad as I thought it would be Though you WILL be consumed with curiosity about what comes next, make no mistake I immediately went to read the synopsis for Space to hunt for some clues.When Mona gets a call from her twin sister Lisa pleading for her help, she very reluctantly agrees Leaving a PhD program interview in order to play the part of her sister for a week It s a recipe for disaster The two sisters are identical in looks, but complete opposites in every other way Mona has always been the smart and responsible one, Lisa is the attention seeking wild child One is a social butterfly, the other has difficulty relating to other people s humor and interacting socially Mona is conservative and regimented, Lisa is flashy and impulsive Of course, I immediately loved the heroine for her gargantuan brain, her soft heart, and overall awkward ways But she has this vulnerability to her as well that so easily endears you Growing up with two famous rockstar parents, she was left to her own devices most of the time, even shipped off to live with a Professor in her teens There was never anyone she could confide in, or a safe place for her to feel protected It seemed like such a lonely life, especially one who s a little bit different and sees things at a deeper level than most people care to look Mona has so much to offer, but often she s laughed at for her unique qualities or gawked at like a science experiment That made me so sad for her.The universe in all its infinite complexity and beauty struck me as an apt reverse allegory for human interaction We are deceived by the white dots We label them stars Often, they re so muchLayered Complex Important Surprising Beautiful.We met Abram as a secondary character in the Elements in Chemistry series, and now we get to see him front and center here He was always that broody and quiet character you wanted to knowabout, with a heck of a lot of smolder In this first installment, he still very much gave off that mysterious persona, and it took some time for him to warm up to Mona It doesn t help that she s forced to act like her ill mannered sister in order to pull off their ruse On one hand, she wants to just be herself and forget all of the deception that surrounds their relationship On the other, she can t very well throw her sister under the bus because of this uncomfortable attraction she can t begin to figure out what to do with Her preconception of him as a surly, slacker musician is dismantled and shuffled into a new image Her true personality falls through the cracks of her facade, and he can t help but smile at her unexpected intelligence and humor Her entire relationship with him during the week is based on fabrications and lies, and I was really nervous to find out how he would react when the truth was out He s sweet and passionate with those he chooses to give his trust to, but when that trust is brokenit s not going to end well Let s just say that I was reading with one eye closed while peeking through my fingers as the slow burn heated up I half wanted to smoosh their faces together, half wanted to pull Abram away from the inevitable hurt and protect him There didn t seem to be an easy way out of the predicament they landed in I can t say enough about the predictably witty and sharp science humor You expect to laugh when you pick up a Penny Reid book, and belly laugh I DID Mona s fierce battle over her chocolate donuts, the puns and whale jokes were just a few of the reasons why I couldn t stop smiling But the book also explored the themes of sexual harassment and consent, and how males aren t given equal care when they are the victim As much as I love this author s humor, I really appreciate that she integrates social topics into her stories in order to bringawareness Mona and Abram had a ton of chemistry together that we just started to scratch the surface to see I cannot wait to continue the series and see how their unconventional connection will unfold Though there is a connection to characters from other series, this is a complete standalone Part two, Space is scheduled to release March 11, 2019.FOLLOW SMOKIN HOT BOOK BLOG ON

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    A Penny Reid book is like a bar of my favorite chocolate certain to never disappoint I sat down last night to read my arc of Motion, all giddy because I finally had time to curl up with it and a cup of tea I was expecting to love it but I wasn t expecting to be so completely addicted to Mona s narration and the hot, smart, yumminess of Abram, that I ended up devouring the book in one sitting Mona is one of Penny s smartest characters yet and she had me laughing out loud at her physics jokes A Penny Reid book is like a bar of my favorite chocolate certain to never disappoint I sat down last night to read my arc of Motion, all giddy because I finally had time to curl up with it and a cup of tea I was expecting to love it but I wasn t expecting to be so completely addicted to Mona s narration and the hot, smart, yumminess of Abram, that I ended up devouring the book in one sitting Mona is one of Penny s smartest characters yet and she had me laughing out loud at her physics jokes the ones I got , the witty banter between her and Abram, and melting at the connection between these two characters I love when two characters come together and start to learn so much from each other It makes them all theauthentic and swoony worthy.Utterly addictive writing, fascinating, hilarious, likeable characters and absolutely electric chemistry I already know this is going to sit at the top of my favorite read pile for 2019 Not so patiently waiting for book two I need my Mona and Abram fix, please

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    The build up in this story is just perfect I m SO not a fan of cliffhangers but it makes me sad to think that if I would ve let that stand in my way, I would ve missed out on Abram and Mona s story The story is told in that distinct Penny Reid voice intellectual, witty, deep, analytical, and at times even vulnerable There are so many facets to the characters and we get to explore them in a way that really enhances the tale Abram s got this openness that sucked me right in He s not a pus The build up in this story is just perfect I m SO not a fan of cliffhangers but it makes me sad to think that if I would ve let that stand in my way, I would ve missed out on Abram and Mona s story The story is told in that distinct Penny Reid voice intellectual, witty, deep, analytical, and at times even vulnerable There are so many facets to the characters and we get to explore them in a way that really enhances the tale Abram s got this openness that sucked me right in He s not a pushover by any means and the way that it manifests sometimes is hella hot but he s not afraid to show his softer side to Mona I love Mona s quirky personality and evenher flaws They support the story s core internal conflict and propel the story to a deeper level The couple compliment one another yet are very unique and distinct The book is very much a slow burn that keeps you on the warmer with some incredibly hot sensual scenes and tension The plot was interesting Though I haven t fully bought into the overarching conflict due to the questions that have yet to be answered, I was captivated by the developments Every aspect of the writing, from prose to imagery and pace was carefully crafted To say that I eagerly anticipate the rest of the books is an understatement This is one for the favorites Complimentary copy received and voluntarily reviewed

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    Favorite Quotes Talking to her was like arguing with a flat earther Ignorance plus arrogance is why we can t have nice things Gabby was a nebulous assemblage of unscrupulousness and exasperating nonsense, and we d likely never be friends again, but she was undoubtedly charming when she wanted to be.My Review I am awed, enad with, and flummoxed by Penny Reid She is the only wordsmith I know who could simultaneously create tension and levity with prunes, Moby Dick, and whale poop She has st Favorite Quotes Talking to her was like arguing with a flat earther Ignorance plus arrogance is why we can t have nice things Gabby was a nebulous assemblage of unscrupulousness and exasperating nonsense, and we d likely never be friends again, but she was undoubtedly charming when she wanted to be.My Review I am awed, enad with, and flummoxed by Penny Reid She is the only wordsmith I know who could simultaneously create tension and levity with prunes, Moby Dick, and whale poop She has stunningly strong word voodoo and magical storytelling skills that mesmerized and fuzzed my sense of reality and time as I somehow lost an entire afternoon to Mona and Abram, and I didn t even swear at the abrupt cliffhanger, which is so unlike me I just may have slipped into a mild fugue state on the final page of Motion, I don t seem to have the words to propel myself from this limbo and fear I may remain in this slightly dazed predicament until the next installment hits my Kindle Please hurry, Ms Reid

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    3.5 stars 3 12 19 31 3 18Automatically adding to my ever increasing to read list I don t even need to read the blurb any It s Penny Reid 3.5 stars 3 12 19 31 3 18Automatically adding to my ever increasing to read list I don t even need to read the blurb any It s Penny Reid

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    Part One of Three.This was an enjoyable installment in the same world as Katlyn Parker and Martin Sandeke s romance from the Chemistry series Mona is a twin, the nerdy half of the duo, and the daughter of famous singers When her twin, Lisa, is arrested, she asks Mona to pretend to be her for a week so her parents don t find out she s in jail But during that week, Mona falls for Abram, the best friend of their older brother, who their parents have hired to watch out for Lisa This was cute Part One of Three.This was an enjoyable installment in the same world as Katlyn Parker and Martin Sandeke s romance from the Chemistry series Mona is a twin, the nerdy half of the duo, and the daughter of famous singers When her twin, Lisa, is arrested, she asks Mona to pretend to be her for a week so her parents don t find out she s in jail But during that week, Mona falls for Abram, the best friend of their older brother, who their parents have hired to watch out for Lisa This was cute, with definite chemistry between the two leads It was also a hard read in places simply because the deception goes on for so long, and you know there are going to be REALLY hurt feelings Still, Penny Reid writes a compelling love story, and I always enjoy her books This was no exception Please excuse typos name misspellings Entered on screen reader

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    The road to hell is paved with good intentions Okay, so Mona is super focused She s obsessed with all things physics and relativity and scientificky gobbledygook Most of it is way over my head, but that s not the point The point is that this girl is a genius and never really had the chance to be normal When her twin sister, Lisa, calls her because she got herself in a bit of a pickle, she s a bit resistant Pretend to be her They haven t done that since they were kids Shoot, they barely The road to hell is paved with good intentions Okay, so Mona is super focused She s obsessed with all things physics and relativity and scientificky gobbledygook Most of it is way over my head, but that s not the point The point is that this girl is a genius and never really had the chance to be normal When her twin sister, Lisa, calls her because she got herself in a bit of a pickle, she s a bit resistant Pretend to be her They haven t done that since they were kids Shoot, they barely know each other any Mona is super studious and Lisa is a notorious party girl How could she successfully pull this off Well, in honor of their lost relationship, Mona s gonna give it the old college try.Enter Abram, who isn t focused He s Mona s brother s best friend, a gifted musician who seems to take life as it comes He couldn t bedifferent than Mona But opposites attract, right And there s no denying that despite some initial animosity on Abram s part, these two are being pulled together like magnets What will happen when Lisa wants her life back What will Abram do when he learns the truth You can never go wrong when picking up a book by Penny Reid Whether it s laughs your looking for or some sweet new adult romance, she s got the story for you Motion is the start of something sweet, with characters you can t help but become invested in There s lies and secrets and misunderstandings and the beautiful sirrings of attraction What s not to like I need the next book, Space, so I can find out WHA Blog FB Twitter IG Tumblr Pinterest BookBub

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