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I think about the first words I said to her when she showed up at my door. And, like I mentioned, there's an addition to the plot that added in just the perfect measure of heart-warming depth and heart-wrenching angst to the story.
I loved the way it was introduced. It all felt so incredibly real. One of the things I love most about Colleen Hoover's writing is how deeply she makes me care for her characters and how strongly she makes me feel for them.
The opening chapter of this book the one that had me break down crying was the perfect representation of that because if she could make me feel that much for new characters in just a matter of pages, just imagine what she can do with an entire book.
While this book is certainly sexy, it's not overly steamy. However the circumstances of these characters' lives forced them to grow up fast, and this felt like a very mature book.
The emotions and pure, raw intensity poured into even just a single kiss took my breath away over and over again. He moves his hand from the back of my head and brings it to my cheek, brushing a thumb over my bottom lip. Because of all the layers in this story, there were actually three completely separate but intricately entwined storylines happening.
I know that might sound a bit contradictory but it'll make perfect sense as soon as you read it. I promise. I felt fully and equally invested in all of them and couldn't wait to see how they'd all come together. With all that being said, I'm still very much looking forward to her next book because there's something about CoHo's writing that keeps me coming back for more.
It's gripping and she constantly comes up with ideas that surprises her readers but sadly this one just wasn't for me again. Confess is a standalone NA contemporary romance novel. View all 96 comments. Compelling, fresh, heart wrenching and entirely unforgettable. The sadness feels like warmth creeping its way up my chest, creating an insurmountable pressure the closer it gets to my heart. She delivers a compelling story with the power to evoke tears and laughs alike.
Her trademark style emanates—both intense and eff Compelling, fresh, heart wrenching and entirely unforgettable. Her trademark style emanates—both intense and effervescent, heartbreaking and heartswelling. Confess is a story that starts with a chance encounter and then twines in a way that seems destined and significant. Words hide secrets and confessions bleed off pages as Owen and Auburn find their way to each other, but not before loss furtively yields to new beginnings.
By the time she was 20 years old, she had already been through more than most. But she needed to remain focused. So when by happenstance, she walks past a studio with a help wanted sign, she had to stop. She needed the money. But it was more than that, the windows beckoned her attention. They were covered in intimate and shocking confessions.
I know that better than anyone. Real and striking confessions which came from readers. The art that brought the story to life in a beautifully abstract, yet emotionally acute way. So many things. Deception and pain, love and loss, secrets and truths, hope and redemption—they all twist and tangle together creating another unforgettable novel from one of the freshest and most trusted voices in romance.
This book is not to be missed. Website Facebook Twitter View all 5 comments. Even when I can't. Auburn suffered a great loss when she was only 15 years old. Five years later, she finds herself living in a city, far from her family and dealing with problems that most 21 year old women would find impossible to handle.
Owen Mason Gentry, OMG , is a local artist whose paintings are based upon anonymous peoples' confessions that he receives at his studio. He and Auburn meet one day when she is passing by his studio and starts reading the different confessions that are taped on his windows. He ends up offering her a job for the night, and there is an instant attraction between the two. This is definitely not an "Insta-Love" story, and it will have you trying to figure out the secrets that both Owen and Auburn are keeping from each other.
I did predict one of Owen's secrets but the rest came as a surprise to me. I usually am over the moon in love with COHO's books, but I don't know why this one just didn't do it for me. I really liked Owen and I loved his humor.
Don't get me started on the fact that he was an artist. I don't know what it is about an artist, but I find them utterly sexy!! The beginning dragged for me during some parts, and I actually skimmed a little. The ending was also anticlimactic. I mean, I did think what we find out in the end was pretty cool, BUT , I really wanted to see where both characters were in the future instead of going back to the past.
Maybe it was the fact that I thought there was just too much going on that prevented me from falling in love with this story. It was an enjoyable read but in my opinion, not one of COHO's best. View all 92 comments. What a beautiful story. I love how Colleen weaves different forms of art together, and the artwork in this book is stunning. I can always count on her to create phenomenal stories, and each experience is simply mesmerizing and unique.
Within the first few pages, I had already shed a few tears, and I knew, Confess was going to be a great read. Auburn and Owen were perfection. They have both experienced so much heartbreak, they are selfless, relatable and simply loveable.
I'm not going to go into What a beautiful story. I'm not going to go into the plot. There is a bit of instalove, but I didn't care. The only reason this one isn't getting 5 stars from me is the second half, things went a little nuts, I lot was happening, maybe too much.
My main issue was view spoiler [Trey. I could have done without him. I still really enjoyed this one and I would have loved more time with this couple. View all 56 comments. This author is so charismatic. Each of her books have so many emotions and her stories are unique.
I find this story so brilliant, the confessions from different people which become paintings and the fact that there were pictures of the paintings inside the book make it even more captivating! The prologue and the ending was intense and I cried while I was reading. The story: Auburn is living in Texas and she needs a second job.
While she was walking she sees an art studio. Owen is the owner and the artist who creates his paintings from Confessions which people leave in his studio. We see the attraction between them but Auburn knows that it isn't the time for a relationship because there is someone else who cares for him a lot I will not say what exactly he is to her because if I say it's a spoiler I don't want to give anything else. I feel that if I say more it will reveal the story so you need to read it to learn!
Both characters are a little mysterious as both have some secrets that they don't reveal from the beginning. I loved that they give a little of themselves at perfect times. I'm not sure if I should say their love was insta or not exactly but we see the bond from the beginning and the relationship between Owen and Auburn moved fast.
I liked Owen because he is sweet and I loved his passion for the art! What I wanted more? I wanted to see more of Auburn and Owen as a couple. What I didn't like? I didn't like Trey and Lydia at all. Especially Lydia for the way she treated Auburn and Trey for everything! I think he is really sick! The only thing I didn't like about Auburn is that she didn't say anything to them.. I know her reasons but she could have done something sooner!
I can't say it's my favorite book but still the writing and the brilliant story make it a wonderful story! I really think I should download it in paperback because of all these images of paintings inside the book!
View all 46 comments. I loved the characters in this book. This book surprised me more than once, and it was such a pleasure to read! I have to say that I am not usually a big Colleen Hoover fan, I normally give her books 3 stars, but this one was just beautiful.
I loved the struggles, I loved how the pieces all slowly came together, and I loved the romance. Or maybe it's just been a long time since I've allowed myself to feel this way. It was so emotional, and put the whole book in perspective, and I just loved it.
Read it! View all 22 comments. I really liked this book! I only took one star from it because Owen had some weird issues with the word "deserve".
I didn't dig the whole: You deserve me.
I deserve you. It made me cringe. BUT everything else was perfect! The last chapter the one that was 5 years ago almost made me cry, I think I shed a little tear or two, it was beautiful. Auburn was a great female protagonist, I didn't really like Colleen's protagonist in her last two books Tate in Ugly Love and Sydney in Maybe Someda I really liked this book!
Auburn was a great female protagonist, I didn't really like Colleen's protagonist in her last two books Tate in Ugly Love and Sydney in Maybe Someday, ugh, I want to punch them both , but Auburn I like, she's brave and funny and loving.
I'm still waiting for Colleen to write a book that outstands her first books. Slammed and Hopeless are her best works.
View all 9 comments. It should be the basis of every relationship. Kudos to this amazing artist, Danny O' Connor who did all the paintings for this book http: And kudos to Mrs. Hoover for always writing the best-est of books. This book. This novel right here is possibly one of the best books I've ever read.
If not then it surely is the best book for And how do I know this? Possibly from the endless river of tears that's running down my face as I'm writing this review because I'm too hang up on the emotions and thoughts this book instilled in my heart, in my soul. Auburn lost her first love at the age of You'll say to me: Feel your heart shake a little at the touch of your hands.
Feel your mouth go dry when they smile at you. That's what more or less Auburn felt about Adam the boy who loved her so much. It was beautiful, they were beautiful. Now she's almost 21 years old and she's new to a town and she feels like her life is horrible.
No she doesn't feel it, she knows it deep in her heart that she's miserable through and through. What happens when she is desperately looking for some extra money and happens to see a piece of paper out of a Dallas art studio reading clearly that the person who wrote it wants someone to work for him. What are the odds, though, that the man owning the art studio is named Owen Mason Gentry and how can it be that they both have the same middle name? Auburn's full name is Auburn Mason Reed.
It must be fate. Owen is very talented, he is 21 and a successful artist. He opens his studio only once a month while the rest of the days he keeps painting and painting as long as he doesn't run out of inspirations and each month he needs someone in order to keep the tabs on the paints that are being sold.
It just happens that the last person he employed became his girlfriend and it just so happens that she broke up with him and left him with no accountant.
So, he's a tad bit desperate. Owen has a very special way of painting, of getting inspiration and it's actually very unique. He has a box in which people put confessions in anonymously and then he turns those confessions into paintings. Owen is so fascinated by the interest Auburn shows in his paintings and how she admires and understand and feels his art. I think that's when he fell a tad bit for her. If not, he sure as hell wanted to get to know her. I do not want to divulge deeper into the plot for fear of ruining it for those of you who haven't read the book.
There's a twist around the middle of the book which I personally didn't see coming. And it made everything that much more complicated. Adam left her a little present before passing away. What's mind-blowing about this book is that it's full of confessions.
Confessions from strangers. Confessions from our characters. Truth cannot only ever be liberating it can also be devastating. You have to be sure, make sure that what you're going to confess, it's your confession to make, your truth to give away. They're both hurt deeply by life. They've both been through some rough patches and they are still trying to put themselves back together and are still trying to get ahold of their own lives and try to make something out of what's life already thrown their way.
Maybe try to make it better? Auburn is sweet, she's shy, she also thinks she's weak but most strong people tend to see themselves as weak and helpless. Owen is the epitome of greatness. He's gold. And I think Auburn realized it the first time she laid eyes on him. What can I say about this book other than it's worth your time and you won't be disappointed by either the characters, the plot or the theme. Hoover always writes book that feel fresh and definitely not something overused or boring.
She knows how to write and she knows how to express feelings and emotions in the best possible way. Her books always make me shed tears and for that I'm grateful.
I connected with the characters on so many levels. They are so human, so normal.. They're not made of steel, they hurt and they fall down but they're strong and they keep going and they fell in love in the most beautiful way possible; through the need, the primal need of human beings, to find the one thing in life that makes them happy Including lots of food for thought.
And a whole lotta more feelings that are going to eat away at you for quite some time. View all 11 comments. I am very surprised by how much I disliked this, considering everything else I have read by Colleen Hoover I have given 5 stars. Confess is told in two points of views, Auburn, who lost the love of her life when she was only 15 and now at the age of 20 she desperately needs a job, which leads her to Owen, a young artist who is looking for an assistant. In fact the writing was the only thing I liked.
Colleen Hoover knows how to construct beautiful sen I am very surprised by how much I disliked this, considering everything else I have read by Colleen Hoover I have given 5 stars.
Colleen Hoover knows how to construct beautiful sentences and because of that I was blinded for the first half of the book into believing I loved it.
Once I was able to see past the beautiful writing I was able to see all the problems. The characters in the book were awful. She had no backbone and refused to stand up for herself. It seemed like she was just waiting for someone to swoop in and save her rather than fight to fix her own problems which irritated me so much. For as much as I disliked Auburn, Owen was worse. It annoyed me so much how he constantly told Auburn he is the only person in the world that deserved her.
He told her that so much I wanted to puke. Like dude. And I really feel like not wrapping that up was just a cop out. I felt like we were told they were in love but I never saw it. It was like I blinked and missed it happening. Other than the writing I did really love the artwork that was in this book. It was beautiful and added a lot more to the story. Something I love about Colleen Hoovers books is that she always takes that extra step to add something special to her books. View all 7 comments.
I loved the first half. Coho can tell the hell out of a story. She sucks you in. Strings you along. Leaves you begging for more. I wanted more. I hated the position Auburn was in and the choices she was forced to make.
I wish 3. I wish Trey would get run over by a truck. Go ahead and run over Lydia too while you're at it. I wish there hadn't been so much drama in the last half. Emory was a bad-ass. Sometimes I wished Auburn had made different choices. Even when I shouldn't. The confessions. They were fantastic. They were my favorite element of the book. I hated Owen's dad. The ending was too rushed. Packaged too neatly. I wish there had been an epilogue.
But I love that CoHo's stories all come full circle. View all 68 comments. Confess by Colleen Hoover starting March 27th 28 72 Mar 31, Readers Also Enjoyed. New Adult. About Colleen Hoover. Colleen Hoover. If you want to follow me, my username is colleenhoover pretty much everywhere except my email, which is colleenhooverbooks gmail. We've donated over one million dollars to various charities. Give us your money so we can donate even more. Books by Colleen Hoover. Trivia About Confess.
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At age twenty-one, Auburn Reed has already lost everything important to her. In her fight to rebuild her shattered life, she has her goals in sight and there is no room for mistakes. But when she walks into a Dallas art studio in search of a job, she doesn't expect to find a deep attraction to the enigmatic artist who works there, Owen Gentry.
For once, Auburn takes a chance and puts her heart in control, only to discover that Owen is keeping a major secret from coming out. The magnitude of his past threatens to destroy everything important to Auburn, and the only way to get her life back on track is to cut Owen out of it.