Time has definitely been one of my most anticipated books for April. I was completely jealous of all the iBook readers since they got the chance to read it earlier, but it was absolutely worth the wait.
With Time, everything was wrapped up in a nice little bow. Abram and Mona’s story in this one constantly left me on the edge of my seat. After the way Space ended, we were all elated that they were finally together, but with obligations and several months without a consistent schedule, they weather through making time for one another. Even if it’s just 24 hours!
I loveeeeeeeed that we get every little vulnerability of being in a long distance relationship. Everything they were going through with their thoughts and emotions was completely real and relatable. I did nearly 2 years of long distance with my now husband and I understood all of it.
Abram was absolutely EVERYTHING in the conclusion! I simply couldn’t get enough of him and just fell deeply in love with him. If you were iffy about him before, be ready to just be swooning all over him.
And Mona, besides love, she had a bit of a personal journey to endure and that was to finally face her past and working through what happened to her at such a young age. She had so many things to come to terms with and I was all for her growth in this final book.
Their love is just soooo deep and profound, and you can feel every ounce of it! I’m a huge fan of Penny’s work, she has her own brand of romance that’s sooooo easy to pick out. I’m so happy that she gave us Abram and Mona’s story, it’s one that everyone needs to read. It’s soooo real and relatable , it’s not a cookie cutter kind of story.
Thank you, Penny, for giving us a story that we need to read. They break the mold, they talk about real issues and it’s something that everyone can relate to. Thank you for giving us your words, I’m forever a fan.
I’m so sad to say farewell to this series, but I’m hopeful that we’ll see Abram and Mona again.
major thank you to social butterfly pr for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.