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The Confession by Judy Corry: Book Review

 *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Would a billionaire’s son ever fall for his maid?
Maybe in a fairytale.
But in real life? I’m not holding my breath.

I’ve always been invisible to Nash Hastings—the beautiful boy I’ve been in love with since one magical night last summer.

A night he doesn’t even remember.

Until an accidental text puts it back on his radar.

But I can’t tell him the girl he met at his family’s garden party is now a housekeeper in his family’s mansion.

Because if he knew it was me he was texting, the fairytale would be over.

I’m no princess and don’t belong in his world.

If only my heart knew its place.

The Confession is the 5th book in the Eden Falls Academy series. I had not read the previous books in the series, and while I could definitely tell there were moments where something was brought up from one of the previous books, I found this read just fine as a standalone without any confusion.

I don't typically read a whole lot of YA novels--- not because they're not great, but because I find sometimes, they can just be a little more difficult for me as a 35-year-old to relate to. But I really enjoyed the teasers I'd seen from this one, so I decided to give it a shot anyway. I must admit that when I started reading this one, I did fear it was going to be that way... and it did take me a little while to get into the story. But once I was in? I couldn't put it down! The chemistry between Kiara and Nash was absolutely fantastic and while there was a LOT going on in this story, it all came together really well. I loved the hint of fake dating (one of my favorite tropes), the text exchanges and everything in between.

The Confession is a closed-door romance, with nothing beyond kissing... but boy, those kisses! I would say this leans toward a Level 3 on The Writing Gals Clean & Wholesome diagram.

Overall, this was a really fun read. This is the first book I've read by the author, but it certainly will not be the last.


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