REVIEW: The Confidant by J.S. Ellis was an interesting book but, not my favorite by this author. I’ve read a couple of others that I loved. This one was good, just not a home run.
This novel deals with friendship and cheating both within a friendship and a marriage. The big hangup for me is I don’t like cheating or lying and go out of my way to avoid both.
This story was like having a long discussion with your best friend and hearing all the ins and outs of another friendship that person is involved in.
The characters were believable along with the story line. It made me miss my best friend that passed away several years ago because there was nothing we wouldn’t discuss all day long. I miss that and just maybe why this book left me wanting something more.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
To follow my blog, click on the heading of any blog post. This will bring up just that blog and you will see a follow button on the bottom right hand corner. Thank you!
SYNOPSIS: Be careful who you trust with your secrets.
A part of him knew she was always lying, but he could change that. He could change her.
When charismatic Zoë first sits in Jason’s salon chair, he can immediately tell they have a connection. Who wouldn’t? She was smart, witty, and incredibly funny, everything someone could want in a budding friendship. But soon, Jason learns there is more to Zoë than meets the eye.
When lies are uncovered and secrets exposed, Jason must decide just how far he’s willing to go in the name of friendship.
How far should he go to uncover the truth? If he digs too deep, could Jason lose the very person he’s trying to keep?
When it all comes crashing to the light, and someone’s very life hangs in the balance, will he regret what he’s done? Or will Jason wish he had only done more?
For fans of Lisa Jewell and Gillian Flynn.
2 thoughts on “The Confidant by J.S. Ellis ~ 4⭐”
I’m very sorry about the loss of your friend. Best friends are not so easy to come by.
That’s the truth. There will never be another friend like Debbie. Thank you.
LikeLiked by 1 person