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Book Review for: Confess by Colleen Hoover

Skipping my precious sleeping time seemed totally worth it if it meant I got to read another chapter from this amazing novel. Confess by Colleen Hoover made me experience love, and it made me experience what falling in love felt like.

Oh My God... Owen Mason Gentry. I think I just fell in love with another fictional character all over again… This amazing painter called Owen has a fraction of my heart now, and I don't think I want it back.

I genuinely want to read every single book this author has ever written. I’ve only read two so far, and I can proudly say that none of them disappointed me, especially Confess.

I mean, how can a book touch my feelings in just one chapter? That never, EVER happened before. It always takes me around 4 to 5 chapters to start feeling something for the book characters – whether its love, hatred or grief, it always takes time for me. But this book didn’t.

Confess was unpredictable through and through, so much so that it made my sleep seem secondary because the book itself was so interesting.

BTW, I hate the 2nd edition cover of this novel. It’s because I freakin’ hate the faces displayed on top, only and only because they do not match my imagination OR THE CHARACTERS whatsoever, not one bit. Disappointment is a really small word for what I felt about the cast. The guy was no way in hell like the 21 year old – innocent eyed – Owen. He could’ve played Trey better.

I’ll give this book a total ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐/5 stars. A book worth reading if you love romance.

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