Monday, May 30, 2016

#Review: Laws of Motion by Laura Clark | #GoodbyeHeartbreaks

Laws of Motion 
(Westbrook #3)

Laura Clark

Everything is finally as it should be, or so it seems. As Laila attempts to settle into her new relationship, she finds it difficult to surrender her heart. Deep down, she’s worried about getting hurt again. Desperate to remain in control, she makes some rash decisions that could jeopardize her future. Will Laila be able to salvage her newfound happiness? 

Trevor gets caught day-dreaming during Physics class. Unfortunately, it is the wrong class for him to space out in. Mr. Bonner has it out for jocks and Trevor is no exception. As punishment, he is forced to write an essay about how the Laws of Motion apply to his every-day life. Trevor doesn't realize the significance of this assignment at first, but he quickly discovers that Newton's Laws might be exactly what he needs to understand how to deal with his own struggles with relationships. 

Physics might just end up being the simple answer to everyone's uncertainty about love.

DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and not, by any means, influenced by others. I warn you that there may or may not be spoilers. I hope to them to a minimum. 

It is officially the the beginning of the school year. However, this book does not start in Laila's perspective. Oh no. We are officially seeing Trevor's side of things. We still see Laila's side, but it is a combination of the two, and well mixed at that. 

With the unknown factor of where her relationship stands with Sam, Laila knows she has to confront her distraction and also confront Sam to know where they stand. But Laila is not the only one with a distraction.

Trevor, since he is possibly still hung up on Laila, meets the new girl in school and finds himself enjoying her company. But how does Laila feel about it? She shouldn't be feeling anything, with Sam "back in the picture". But who can resist a guy like Trevor? He's a really great guy, knows how to treat girls and has a hidden temper is a guy ever chooses to mistreat a girl. 
Kyle is still Kyle, but there is a sense of change in his character that cannot go overlooked. Gavin . . .  Well, let's just leave him in the dust. Unless you are rooting for him. That's your choice. Can't help liking a guy with a Southern accent. *winks* 

You definitely need to read the first (and second) book(s) to know what you are getting into. Prepare for a couple of almost-sleepless nights, as well as a few really nice dreams. 

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars.
*Screams* I have to say it is quite a great way to pass the time when reading this book. So worth the read. I read it so fast, but I went back to read it again, because I needed more. When the last book ended, I needed closure with Trevor, and I definitely got that with this book. Trevor was definitely a favorite when I began the series. Call me biased, but I am still rooting for Trevor. I was not joking about the dreams. I woke up the morning after reading this book and found that I was crying because of something wonderful. It could be just because I am a total sucker for cute romances, such as this one. 

About the Author
Laura Clark loves to read, design, and write. Convinced that she really is just a seventeen-year-old girl at heart, it's no wonder that she is writing Young Adult fiction. She lives in the Midwest with her husband, daughter, and son. Her passion for writing fiction dates back to early childhood, when she first learned to put a pencil on paper. Being able to share her passion and imagination with readers brings her the greatest joy. The Westbrook Series began as a short story that morphed into a book. Before she knew what was happening, the characters took on a life of their own, and as a result, the series was born.

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