Misconception

Misconception When suburban Atlanta stay at home mom Pace Kelly finds out she s pregnant three years after her husband Jason s vasectomy her once happy marriage is pushed to the breaking point Forced to put his

  • Title: Misconception
  • Author: Christy Hayes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When suburban Atlanta stay at home mom, Pace Kelly, finds out she s pregnant three years after her husband Jason s vasectomy, her once happy marriage is pushed to the breaking point Forced to put his dream of opening his own architecture firm on hold, Jason Kelly tries to get excited about another baby But a trip to the urologist leaves him staggered Despite Pace s insiWhen suburban Atlanta stay at home mom, Pace Kelly, finds out she s pregnant three years after her husband Jason s vasectomy, her once happy marriage is pushed to the breaking point Forced to put his dream of opening his own architecture firm on hold, Jason Kelly tries to get excited about another baby But a trip to the urologist leaves him staggered Despite Pace s insistence that she hasn t cheated, Jason is left to wonder if his blueblood wife has finally grown tired of his humble background and their middle class lifestyle Unable to chalk it up to an error, Jason does the unthinkable But the truth he discovers is a heavier burden to carry than the innuendo that was eating him alive Now the tables are turned and he s left holding a smoking gun An innocent wife A desperate husband A no win situation When the smoke clears, will their marriage survive

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    1. This review is cross posted at SkyInk:I received this book free of charge in exchange for a review. It’s the first time I’ve ever read a book by a self-published author and I was actually kind of excited about it. While I admit I didn’t end up exactly gushing over this book after I finished, I feel like I’ve been introduced to a new world of books and I think I might be interested in reading more self-published works in the future.Misconception centers around the Kelly family: a wife, hu [...]

    2. I received this book from the author in exchange for a review. Here are my honest thoughts:3.5 starsI have to start out this review by saying that I wasn't sure what the main point of this book was. After reading the summary, I thought this would be about the whole pregnancy thing with Pace and Jason, but that blew over much sooner than I thought it would. Pace's mom and dad are also in this from the beginning and there is no mention of them in the description of this novel. So I was a little co [...]

    3. When you've accused someone of something they haven't done do you say sorry?I hope you answer yes, because this book was missing a whopper of an apology. I didn't find any of the characters particularly endearing and while the book itself was well written it was kind of convoluted and the jumping between story lines (we have the POV's of the hero, heroine, and the heroine's mother) didn't help.

    4. Pace has just discovered that she is pregnant. The problem is not just that they decided that their two sons were enough children but her husband had a vasectomy three years before. Now her husband thinks that she was cheating on him after he has a retest and finds that he is indeed sterile. With trust issues on both sides, Pace wonders how they will be able to stay together.As they struggle to find their way, Jason does something he never thought that he would do and as a result gains informati [...]

    5. When Pace complained of feeling ill she was not expecting a blood test to show she was pregnant, especially when her husband had a vasectomy three years before. While Pace is convinced it is all a mistake, Jason's faith in his wife is shattered, especially when she lies about the doctor's report. In short order, their happy marriage begins to disintegrate into a morass of suspicion and resentment. While Pace and Jason don't believe their relationship can survive without trust, Pace's mother is t [...]

    6. Misconception was beautiful but very hard to read at times.Pace Kelly, a stay-at-home mom, falls pregnant even though her husband had a vasectomy a few years back. There seemed to be only one explanation, that she had cheated. The thing is, she loved her husband more than anything and vehemently denied sleeping with another man. Jason refused to believe her. Instead, in his pain, he distanced himself from his marriage and hired a detective to follow Pace. What he discovers is something so much w [...]

    7. The brief summary that I read was a bit different than the focus of the book. Good story but not expected.

    8. 4 StarsThis book was do good, it was hard to put down. The main character Pace was such a good person, I was happy for her at the end.

    9. WOW!! That was my first thought when I finished this book. It was absolutely wonderful. Pace Kelly has just been handed a complete curve ball. Her doctor has just informed her that she's pregnant. But that's not possible. While she and her husband share a healthy sex life, he has a vasectomy three years prior. There's just no way. After she tells her husband, Jason, he decides to visit his own doctor and find out how his vasectomy could have been reversed. After accusing his wife of an affair, J [...]

    10. Love and pregnancy and riding on a camel cannot be hid. - Arabic ProverbPace Kelly did not expect nor want to believe that she could be pregnant again. after all, her husband Jason had a vasectomy three years ago but her recent medical record says otherwise. Jason submits to another examination and he turns up sterile. how did Pace end up pregnant then and who was the man responsible?this novel is about a happy marriage gone sour because of an unanticipated pregnancy. it also examines further ho [...]

    11. When Christy sent me the book's blurb and cover back in July, I jumped at the chance to read and review it. I've only just got to it now, but I have thought about dropping everything, skipping my carefully prepared lists and reading it right away. I did just that last week and I'm so glad I did. I love this story.When I made notes about what I wanted to say in my review, I started with just three words: wow, powerful, emotional. Now I will try to expand on them because that doesn't really say mu [...]

    12. This is another book that I feel like I should send the author more than the $.99 I paid for it. To say that I like it isn't quite right; I more than liked it. I related to it. I understood every emotion that both Jason and Pace were feeling. I found it was a realistic portrait of what happens in a long-term relationship when the trust has been broken. You go through so many emotions. One minute you hate your significant other because of the betrayal and the next minute you're longing to just be [...]

    13. This book is sort of a case study of what happens when we don't talk to our loved ones. Jason and Pace are sort of happily married but they have a little bit to work on, including talking to each other to make sure their relationship doesn't go astray. While I reading this book, I happened to also be taking a communication training class. I felt that Jason and Pace would have done well to take a class like that. They definitely would avoid some of the issues they faced in the book. Mis-communica [...]

    14. This is my first book by this author, but I will be finding more of her books! I just couldn't imagine the emotions Pace and Jason went through. I don't know if I would've gone to the lengths they did, but who knows what one would do unless they are in a similar situation??This book inspired a lot of emotions in me & was very thought provoking. It was one of those books that really make you stop & think. Just how strong is your marriage and commitment to each other?? Well written book an [...]

    15. Loved it! Caught my attention at the very beginning and made me want to keep reading till the end. I had envisioned a different ending but found the actual one in the epilogue to be cute and humorous.

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