Author: Liv Constantine
Adrienne Patino Dunn
Published: May 22, 2022
Audiobook: 2 hours 45 minutes
Reviewed By: Jessica
Date Listened To: August 23, 2022
Jessica’s Rating: 3 stars
Iris Thomas thought she’d never have to see Sasha Everett again after Sasha seduced her husband and broke up their marriage in a devastating betrayal. But as luck would have it, when Iris’s stepdaughter Molly and Sasha’s daughter Bailey wind up in the same second grade class at an elite private school in Los Angeles, they form an instant bond and force the two women back into each other’s lives.
Iris wants to put the past behind her and support Molly, but as time goes on, she suspects that Sasha may be guilty of something even worse than adultery–of a crime so sinister, no one besides Iris thinks it’s possible. But Sasha’s fooled Iris once before. This time, can she uncover the truth before it’s too late?
Misconception is the first I have read from Liv Constantine. Constantine is the pen name of two sisters that are authors. Constantine has been on my list to read, and I finally got the chance with this novella.
Misconception was a decent novella. I could tell early on what direction the story was going to go in, and it did. There really wasn’t any intrigue but close to the end once everything was confirmed I was interested in what was going to happen next. You could say there is a tiny cliffhanger with what might happen next. This novella shows just what a determined person could and would do to get what they want.
Both narrators portrayed the characters of Iris and Sasha as they should have been. You really grow to hate one particular character! This character was 1000% unlikable! I enjoyed the ultimate ending and with where it goes and what may happen next.