by Penny Reid

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From the New York Times Bestselling Author Penny Reid

A (brokenhearted) physicist.

Now an infamous (who is LITERALLY EVERYWHERE!! UGH!) musician.

The worst has already happened.

Mona has learned that she has nothing figured out and plans are meaningless. After leaving her in Aspen, Abram is now breaking sales-records, rising to rock star fame almost overnight. Mona can't seem to escape him. He is literally everywhere, or at least images of him are.

Just when she thinks things can't get any more confusing, Abram returns . . . What happens next? Only TIME will tell.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161718506
Publisher: Cipher-Naught
Publication date: 04/15/2019
Series: Hypothesis Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 12,684
File size: 964 KB

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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.

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Time: (Law of Physics #3) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous 27 days ago
Lisa_Loves_Literature 4 months ago
4.5 stars really. I was hanging on the edge of my seat waiting for this final book to wrap up everything after how the last book ended. You can read my review of the first two books here: Motion and Space. This one began in a way that I was a little unsure if I would love it as much as the other two. You see, they were apart for a lot of it, even though they kind of/maybe were really together? Abram was on tour, and Mona had her work at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, as well as her other graduate work. But soon they were texting and face-timing, and then even getting to see each other, despite a few missed chances like because Abram got really sick one time. When they did get together though, it was like sparks lighting a fire. The heat between them, the love between them, and eventually all the figuring out of how they really and truly fit together and what they wanted for themselves individually and as a couple. I loved how everything came together. I was so happy with how Abram's family dealt with Mona's early charade as her sister Lisa when she first met them, I mean I'd hate to lose my Harry Potter loving friends! So glad to have them back. And when Mona related to her family, as well as to Abram what had happened to her and how it influenced how she felt about things, felt it was her fault, that because of that she shouldn't like some of the things Abram did with her, it touched a part of me that feels the same because of my own experiences.
BookAngel_Emma 5 months ago
I have a confession – it was only during Time that it actually clicked that Abram is Marie’s (Dating-ish) brother **DOH** The comparison between Mona and Matt especially the effect of their childhoods on their ability to process their own emotions was uncanny. Abram is intense to say the least, however, this only serves to endear him further. His commitment and belief in his relationship with Mona were a thing of envy. His solid presence and unwavering belief allowed Mona the stability she desperately required in order to be able to thrive. Mona has held a special place in my heart from the beginning of the Laws of Physics; being able to follow her character development and the strength of the relationships she has always craved made me feel like a proud parent. As a parent, you want nothing more than your child to be happy and lead a full life. With Abram, Mona is able to work through her issues and grow into the wonderful woman she so carefully kept hidden for so long. With each new book my love for Penny Reid only grows – if you think you don’t like romance as it’s a fluffy read I dare you to read a book by Penny and tell me you haven’t gained knowledge through it
Nicolerko 5 months ago
4.5 Stars As I fan of this trilogy this is the book I've been waiting for! This blew my expectations I had going in. It delivered on all the feels I wanted when it came to this book. Mona and Abram grabbed my heart and never let go. There was plenty of happy sighing when it comes to these two. I've been anticipating this book, but also a little sad to see this trilogy come to an end. I highly recommend this trilogy and do read it in order. You'll fall in love with the characters pretty fast. One of my favorite things is watching Mona blossom from book one through the last. How much Abram helps her find herself and be okay being her. It's not all sunshine and roses because they are tested, but the destination is so worth it!
Honolulubelle 5 months ago
Favorite Quotes: Being with you is like living in a song. Give us a chance to win big, and also fail spectacularly. Nothing happened, and yet— and yet, I carry it around with me, empty luggage, and I have no idea why. Please don’t waste energy on this. Haters gonna hate, idiots gonna procreate. Do I like it? Does each action have an equal but opposite reaction? … Sorry. Newton. Not the fig kind. My Review: I adored this series as well as the precious and cleverly matched couple of Mona and Abram; they were fascinatingly complex, multi-layered, and beautifully textured by the divinely talented Penny Reid. Suffering heinous cliffhangers and a near-fatal dose of angst, finally, (yes finally!) the TIME was right, the planets aligned, and hopefully, soonish, the tension in my neck and shoulders will abate as Abram and Mona have finally fallen into sync with an exceptionally cunning, fun, and smirk-worthy ending.
Lisa-Lou 5 months ago
Time by Penny Reid is the third book in her three-part Laws of Physics series. The final part of the story of Mona and Abram and all the angst we have been salivating for! Picking up a week after the end of Space we are witness to Mona's emotional melt down - a first for her and all the fears she has after Abram left Aspen. The feels are just so much - I read this book perched on the edge of my seat snarling at any who dare interrupt. Mona and Abram are exquisite - two people I'd love to know. With faults and flaws and awesomeness and together they are everything. You MUST read this series in order or there just isn't any point. The build of the characters, their family, their friends, their relationship - Gah! LOVED IT! - was superbly-written and perfectly paced. The slow burn is a hard thing to manage without the reader (me) losing interest but I promise I was engaged through every page of this story. Enjoy!
queenzany 5 months ago
TIME is one phenomenal roller coaster rise of sheer brilliance! Every scene was out all most out film. So, explosively spelling I was knocked speechless. Just so enamored of what imaginative work of I art I just read!
smush910 5 months ago
This is the final book in this series. Loved it! This tells how Mona and abram navigate their long distance relationship. Bumps along the way but works out. Smart romance is great and so is the author!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Sandy-thereadingcafe 6 months ago
TIME is the third and final instalment in Penny Reid’s contemporary, adult LAWS OF PHYSICS romance trilogy focusing on twenty-one year old physics genius Mona Tang DaVinci, and twenty-five year old musician Abram Harris Fletcher. LAWS OF PHYSICS is the second trilogy in the author’s HYPOTHESIS series but can be read as a stand alone series without any difficulty. Abram was first introduced in the Elements of Chemistry series (a subset of the Hypothesis series). NOTE: TIME should not be read as a stand alone as it picks up immediately after the events of book two SPACE. If you have not read MOTION or SPACE, there may be some spoilers in my review. Told from dual first person perspectives (Mona and Abram) TIME focuses on the building relationship and struggle between twenty-one year old physics genius Mona Tang DaVinci, and twenty-five year old musician Abram Harris Fletcher. Abram’s band Redburn is about to go on tour forcing another separation between our leading couple when Mona accepts a research position at the CERN in Switzerland. Nights apart mean texting and emails are their preferred form of contact, contact that is interrupted by illness, surprise visits and broken hearts. As Abram battles his loneliness without he woman he loves, Mona must contend with the fall-out and forgiveness between her siblings and herself. TIME: LAWS OF PHYSICS is a character driven story about a young woman struggling to discover who she is and what she wants. Emotionally battered and scarred, Mona DaVinci will come to terms with her past, her family, and the man with whom she has fallen in love. From secret and lies, forgiveness and understanding, to setting the stage for what is and what will be, the LAWS OF PHYSICS trilogy is an emotional, realistic and moving story of love and the heart.
lenorewastaken 6 months ago
4.5 stars — I think Laws of Physics might be my favourite Penny Reid series. There’s just something about Mona and Abram that got to me, that pulled out ALL my feels, that had my laughing and laughing, and just clamouring for MORE MORE MORE. Honestly, the only reason this isn’t a full 5 stars is because the ending caught me off guard…not in the sense that it was crazy, but in the sense of “oh, we’re at the epilogue?” I was happy that the epilogue tied up a lot of things, but there was still a feeling of wanting a bit more on a few things (therapist stuff, Mona and her family). Before I continue, if you haven’t read the first 2 books, then know that this review is going to be spoilery…turn back now, while you still can. Mona was her quirky delightful self. The way her brain worked fascinated me. I will admit that she frustrated me on occasion, but in all those parts I also understood her reactions, and I appreciated that it showed me a realistic character dealing with life. That’s the thing…sure, we’d like to believe we’d do all the right things, and think all the right things, but human beings are way more irrational than that. I can honestly say that I loved the way Ms. Reid showcased Mona dealing with the assault from her teenaged years. I found that she poked her fingers in so many little assumptions, and she gave us a view of how trauma can affect us in strange and unpredictable ways. I also really loved that she drew some connections to Abram and the life of a celebrity. But back to Mona for a second. I connected with her on so many levels, even though for the most part we don’t have a lot of surface stuff in common. But she was kind, and thoughtful (and yes, an overthinker), and she cared a LOT about the people she loved. Abram went through so many ups and downs in this series, but again, I connected with him through each stage. I ADORED his tender heart, his sexy poetic words, his genuine caring. I felt his loneliness, his frustration, his quick temper. I appreciated a view of a rock star who really just wants the music part, but not the rest of life as a celebrity. My heart ached for him. The descriptions of his adrenaline high were so real…and I totally got how he hated that feeling… I don’t know…I just loved him. The two of them together were romance gold for me. I LOVED the way they loved one another. I loved how I could feel their chemistry on soooooo many levels. I loved how delighted they were about the fundamentals of the other. I loved that the struggles from a long distance relationship felt so real. I loved Mona’s lack of understanding what being in a relationship was like. I loved that while they had moments of doubt, inside they were both in it 100%. Honestly, I loved this book so much more than my words can convey. I didn’t want to put it down, and I can totally see myself rereading it. It gave me that tummy hurt that you get when you’re just so invested in a couple, and in them each as individuals as well. I love that tummy hurt. And thus I die.
VPV613 6 months ago
I loved this book and this series. This author always has a wonderful way with words. I definitely recommend this book, this series, and this author.
SpiderEffect 6 months ago
Time – it is one of the most valuable commodities in our life. It is also the dreaded seconds that plague your thoughts when your feelings are involved. For Mona – time is the one thing that Abram asked for before heading out on tour. What no one could have predicted was the way TIME can suck your soul when uncertainty fills the seconds on the clock. Mona knows that her past with Abram is rocky at best. Now that they had time to air out their unresolved feelings, the attraction has only grown. With a quick getaway on Abram’s part, Mona is left with a heart full of fickle feelings. The uncertainty of what was to come was a constant reminder of the way their attraction began. Abram is determined to find a way to have it all. Mona is fueled by her desire to be with the man that completes her. Can they both devote themselves to a career and a relationship? TIME is the last installment in the Law of Physics series by Penny Reid. To say that this book is long awaited by fans of the series is an understatement! The story picks up right in line with the events that unfolded in SPACE. From the very first chapter, fans know that things are not exactly perfect in the lives of Mona and Abram. While I thoroughly enjoyed the series, I found a few things that made me pause while diving into this highly anticipated novel. In the beginning the relationship between Mona and Lisa is not at the same place where the siblings left off in previous books. There really wasn’t a buildup of trust between the two, but we dive into a relationship where two individuals that have had a rocky road seem to have overcome their issues and act as though there was never a rift in their lives. I found it strange at times to know the history between the two, yet now the sisters are in a place where they can seek comfort in the others presence. The other thing that pulled me away from the story a bit was some of the unrealistic interactions or maybe reactions that occur around Mona and Abram. There were some high strung moments that just didn’t jive at the times they occurred in the novel. Another thing that changed my rating of the story was the feeling that the climax of the story came to early for the ‘wrap up’. It’s like soaring up in the sky and then plummeting to the ground. When I turned to the last page…I thought there was more coming. The lack of an explosive ending just seemed out of place given the explosive way these two individuals came together in the first book. While my assessment of Mona and Abram’s journey is far from perfect, I did enjoy the final book in the trio. The secondary characters that show up throughout the book are the icing on the cake! I loved the cameos from some of my favorite KITC and Winston Brothers series characters!! Take a leap and enjoy the nuances of the Law of Physics series!