Elizabeth Berg has been an author I’ve enjoyed reading since I was younger. I received an e-ARC of The Confession Club via NetGalley. It’s the third in a series but can be enjoyed as a standalone too. Scroll on to find out why I enjoyed it and then go get yourself a copy!
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Review & Thoughts
The Confession Club by Elizabeth Berg
The Confession Club is a wonderful example of why I love Elizabeth Berg’s writing style. Thoughtful, truthful, and filled with unique and interesting characters, her stories are thoroughly enjoyable to read. This is the third in a series but would be just as enjoyable as a stand-alone novel. [Check out my review on the first book of the Mason Series]
Small spoiler: I love that the confession club has a swear jar! Every time someone swears they have to put a dollar in the jar and every time it reaches $20, they donate it to the library to buy books. As an avid reader and book-lover this was both humorous and incredibly sweet.
In a Nutshell: Wonderful and entertaining novel filled with interesting characters.
My Rating: 4.5 / 5 Stars
Details From the Book Jacket
Published: November 19, 2019
In a captivating novel from the bestselling author of The Story of Arthur Truluv, a group of women in Mason, Missouri discover that best friends are made by sharing secrets.
It all started as a supper club, a group gathering monthly to share homemade dinners, until the night one woman made a startling revelation. After that, the “Confession Club” decided to meet weekly to feast not only on dinner, but on admissions of misdeeds, embarrassments, and insecurities.
When Iris Winters and Maddy Harris are invited to the club, they find that it’s just what each of them needs. Iris hasn’t yet told anyone about the unlikely man who has captured her attention, and Maddy has come back home to escape a problem too big for her to confront.
The Confession Club is a heartwarming and illuminating book about women, friendship, and how sharing the secrets we’re afraid of revealing can actually bring us closer.
Elizabeth Berg – The Mason Book Series