Confess, surrounds the two main characters Auburn and Owen who start a mutually beneficial relationship when Owen is searching for someone to help him in his gallery and Auburn is looking to earn some easy cash. Little do they know that their story actually started many years before. Both have led troubled lives with many trials and their story is woven together beautifully. I can’t say much about this book without giving away some big spoilers. So I’m going to make this short.
The art in this book was beautiful, the fact that the author supplied art at all was amazing and it somehow added to the dynamic of the book. Each artwork told its own story, based on a confession that Owen drew (and were actually supplied by genuine readers of Colleen Hoover, or so I am told).
While funny, and romantic the book definitely holds your feelings at ransom especially near the end. The epilogue itself is a tear jerker and brings everything around in a full 360.
If you’re a Colleen Hoover fan, and you haven’t read this yet I highly suggest you get your caboose into gear and give it a try. This is also a great one to start out with if your new to her works, as the content is less challenging than some of her other novels such as Hopeless.