The Finnegan brothers are bound to hurt any girl that gets between them. But that doesn't stop Lena. She loves pain with her pleasure. When things get too hot for her to handle, she does the only thing she can do to protect herself... she runs away.
Three years later, Lena is back in town for her father's wedding. She prays she can avoid her past, hoping nobody remembers her parents’ messy divorce or how she disappeared. However, as soon as she arrives, she finds she can't run from her past anymore.
Lena has it all: the perfect family, she's doing great at college, and she has a great boyfriend, Blake Finnegan. But one fateful night, she stumbles upon Blake's brother, Slade, while she's naked and on the way to the bathroom. She can't deny the attraction she feels for her boyfriend’s brother, but she knows her boundaries and manages to resist the temptation.
But when she gets home that night and her perfect life crumbles apart when her dad announces he's found another woman and is going to divorce her mother, Lena's beside herself.
Heartbroken, she runs to her boyfriend’s, Blake, to seek comfort, but finds Slade there instead. The inevitable happens.
Racked with guilt after betraying the guy she loves, she breaks ties with Blake and leaves her hometown behind, resettling in Florida with her younger sister and mother.
Years later, she returns to her hometown as her father is finally making his union with Charity, the woman he left her mother for, legal.
Lena meets up with old friends and runs into the Finnegan brothers at a party. Will Blake ever find out the real reason Lena left him? Will Slade try anything? What is Lena going to do now?
Misconception is a quick read, with an interesting premise, but the mention of DIVORCE in every other sentence made for a tedious read. If only it was pared down a bit, the story would have been perfect. I will definitely check out the next book in the series, though. *crossing fingers*
- adultery themes
- quick read
Rating: 3 Kisses
*book was provided to ROL! in exchange for an honest review*