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    LOVE IT

    Couldn't put the book down. Loved every minute of it. Colleen Hoover is one my best authors she never disappoints in her stories. I have to say Confess was one of of them.
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    Loved it

    I absolutely loved this story, the highs and lows and the genuine emotions portrayed by the characters. It was beautiful and I greedily finished it within a 24 hour period. I wish there was more.
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    Great story.

    Loved the story line, the characters made me cry laugh and hate some of the them. Loved it! it wa hard to put it down so i finehed it in 2 days..
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    I CONFESS...

    Even though i thought that things could,ve happened sooner i loved this story. Beautiful plot! s2!!!
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    Beautiful both visually and emotionally

    Colleen Hoover has a way of bringing something new to the book world. Like when she had the talent of singer/songwriter Griffin Peterson write a 7 song album that went with her book Maybe Someday. This is one of the many things I love about Colleen Hoover. She brings all these different disciplines of artistic abilities together. Writing is an art, just like painting and songwriting; bringing these different aspects of art together and supporting other artists is pretty amazing to me. These collaborations are beautifully done and Colleen Hoover is a pretty awesome trend setter. I would very much be in support of more authors taking part in collaborations such as these. I love books that have a connection to the art world. For me, art is an extremely intimate and personal expression; I suppose as an artist myself I find a connection in characters that are artists. Owen Gentry is an artist that beautifully paints the confessions of others. Although, I should say that the artist Danny O'Connor's paintings are beautiful. Within the book you will find images of paintings mentioned in the book; adding a unique and intimate element to the story. I was able to create a personal connection with Auburn that caused me to understand so very much of what it was she was feeling. The situation she finds herself in is one that she never could have predicted or been prepared for. She is a young woman doing all that she can to be the best person she can for those she loves. As for Owen, he is doing the same thing. Protecting those he loves. The two of them realize that while protecting and doing everything they can for everyone else, they have sacrificed so much of themselves. They both begin to contemplate just how much of themselves they have given up, and when to say enough is enough. They find strength and courage in each other that they didn't have before and start to fight for a future that is far better than what they have been living. Writing is an art. An author "paints" a story for her readers, only she uses words instead of the stokes of a paintbrush. Slowly the colors are added, the mood is set, and the final product begins to take form. A completed picture that slowly comes together piece by piece, word by word. Confess paints a story of loss, heartbreak, fear, strength and hope. I read these pages and watched the story of Owen and Auburn come together, both their individual stories and the story they write together. At times there were paint strokes I didn't see coming and it would change the picture in my mind from light to dark. It broke my heart, but there was still beauty to be found beneath the sadness. I really really wanted to have an epilogue that was set a bit in the future just to tie off a couple of the secondary loose ends. I wanted to be able to paint that final picture of happiness in my mind.
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