K-Drama Review- Goblin: The Lonely and Great God || Such a fantastic watch!

Show Name: Goblin
Episodes: 16
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Director: Lee Eung-Bok
Cast: Gong Yoo, Kim Go-Eun, Lee Dong-Wook, Yoo In-Na, Yook Sung-Jae
My Rating:



Kim Shin is a Goblin who is cursed with immortality and uses his powers to help others. He lives together with a Grim Reaper who has amnesia and can’t remember his past. To end his immortality, Shin must search for a human bride who can pull out the sword in his chest and return him to ashes. He meets Ji Eun Tak, a high school student who, despite her painful reality, remains optimistic and ends up falling in love with the Goblin. She works with Sunny, the owner of a small chicken restaurant, who is a bright and attractive girl, loved by all men. However, when she meets the Grim Reaper, she finds her while beginning to change.

This was definitely one of the best K-Dramas eveeeeeer!! ❤ It was such a whirlwind ride. One moment it had me laughing hysterically and in the very next moment I was ugly crying. Dayum. And it was so unpredictable due to which I enjoyed it even more.

Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) is a goblin who is stuck forever as an immortal due to a curse that only his bride can break who will be able to see the sword through his chest. He currently lives with the Grim Reaper (Lee Dong-Wook) who can’t remember anything about his past and the reason why he became a reaper in the first place. But everything changes when Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go-Eun) enters Kim Shin’s life claiming to be his bride. And the Reaper finds himself falling for Sunny (Yoo In-Na), Eun Tak’s boss. But when the past begins to intertwine with the present and the truth is laid bare, chaos fills their life and it’s up to them to decide which path to take.

First of all, I absolutely loved the plot! The beginning of the show was a little bit slow but it picked up its pace soon enough. But I was definitely hooked from the start. Kim Shin has been waiting an eternity for his bride to appear so that he can finally end his curse but when Eun Tak appears in his life, he finds himself slowly falling for her and his will to die fades away. I saw a few people complaining about the age difference between the two main leads but I didn’t have an ounce of problem with that. In fact, I adored the chemistry between them.

Also, one of the best part of this drama was the bromance between Kim Shin and the Grim Reaper!! From the very first, they kind of have a love/hate relationship but slowly it kind of turns into an alliance and then a beautiful friendship. Their continuous bantering and jumping on the same train the next second was so funny!

It was hilarious at times. Mostly, all their interactions were hilarious. Especially their slow-mo model walks! I couldn’t stop giggling during those times! XD

Anyway, the history between them is complicated. I can’t discuss it much without spoiling the entire thing, it was it was definitely well executed. I love this thing about K-dramas, how they manage to intertwine the past with the present and end up with an epic plot! Anyway, I was just relieved to see even after everything their friendship was not affected in the end.

The Grim Reaper was just freeeeeaking adorable! I just wanted to squish his cheeks! And when he was in the presence of Sunny (she is so damn gorgeous!), he became more awkward and it was just so cuteeee! Damn cute. I loved this couple even more than the main leads!

Buuuuuuut their fate was pretty tragic.

After everything in the past gets revealed things become hella complicated, especially with the villain popping out of nowhere. The episodes were structured pretty well and it was easy for the audience to put the puzzle into pieces once all the clues became clear. I was pretty heartbroken when things took a different turn but then this drama again managed to surprise me!

Goblin and Eun Tak’s fate was pretty tragic too, especially how hers was fated from the very beginning of her childhood. The ending was definitely bittersweet. I full on cried for the last 3 episodes! It was just so heartbreaking but the ending left me satisfied, although I definitely wanted a little more but there were happy tears in the end.

I loved this trio so muuuuuch!

Also, I enjoyed the character of Yoo Duk-Hwa (Yook Sung-Jae). I thought he was mainly there for comic relief but he ended up playing one of the most important role! I also didn’t know before watching this drama that he is one of the members of BTOB and dayuuuuum, he is real life and the character he played in this are such a stark contrast. Anyway, I loved him!

Overall, Goblin was a fantastic watch. The acting was superb, the special effects were absolutely perfect and both the plot and the characters managed to keep me interested throughout the drama. This drama will always have a special place in my heart!

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched this show yet? If yes, what are your favourite things about it? Also, recommend me a few more K-dramas if you have them in your bucket?!

Fall TV Shows: The Ones I’m Desperately Waiting For || Scrambled Thoughts

Hiya guys! Since Game of Thrones (season 7) and Shadowhunters (season 2) ended, I have been pretty much binge-watching k-dramas which has been a refreshing change and plus I watch a drama which has been already completed, no there’s no waiting when the next episode will be out, which is kind of a relief! Plus I looove k-dramas. So there’s that.

I watched Playful Kiss which I didn’t enjoy much but Goblin, on the other hand, is freaking fantastic. One moment I can’t keep my laughter in control and the next I am a sobbing mess! I am really loving it though I only have the last 2 episodes left and I’ll probably be finishing it by today or tomorrow.

But there are also shows that I have been desperately waiting for them to return for a loooooong time. Here’s my little list!

1. Supergirl (October 9th): Season 3

I started watching Supergirl after finishing The Flash because I still needed some superhero or here you can say superheroine fix in my life and I ended up loving this one!

I loved Melissa Benoist as Kara Danvers, a.k.a Supergirl. She was pretty awesome and I loved how she was the perfect combination of awkward and super awesome! Her journey as Supergirl felt realistic as she struggled to be the superhero everyone wanted, making mistakes and learning along the way but never giving up. The sub-story line with Lena Luthor was pretty interesting and I loved the episodes where Superman and Supergirl teamed up together! Season 2 introduced us to Mon-El and I loved this character growth throughout the season. I fell in love with Chris Wood when he first appeared in The Vampire Diaries as the psychotic villain (*don’t look at me with those judgy little eyes, you guys did too, don’t you dare disagree!*). But anyway, it didn’t take long for things to get out of hand and I was felt sooo sad during the ending. I sooo need to know what happened to Mon-El!

*Spoilery* Also, I don’t think it’s the end for Mon-El because Mon-El looked quite freaked out (along with me) while going into the worm hole thingy!!*End of Spoiler*

 2. The Flash (October 10th): Season 4

This show was recommended by my friend who’s pretty obsessed over The Flash. So yup, I had to watch it and it’s pretty hard not to fall in love with Grant Gustin. He is an adorable cute ball of mesh!

I binged watched all the 3 seasons. Season 1 was kind of the intro, everything was pretty new and awesome. Barry’s backstory was heartbreaking and his love for Irish which was adorable and cute. I kinda looooved his awkwardness at particular times and I absolutely adored his friendship with Felicity. Tom Cavanagh did a fantastic job as Dr. Harrison Wells and I loved the rest of the team members, Cisco and Caitlin. But season 2 was kinda boring though it definitely had its moments but Zoom failed to impress me. But Tom Felton was there so yaaayie! Season 3 picked up my interest again but the same speedster main villains were getting boring quickly and I am thankful that season 4 will have something new in store for us. Savitar as a villain was kinda not bad but it wasn’t super awesome either but I loved how everything was executed in the end!! My most favourite episode included the fight with Grodd! It was kinda awesome though! 😀 The final episode of season 3 was fantastic, especially the build up was great but I really need to know how things are gonna proceed after that cliffeeeee!

*Spoilery* I was not satisfied with the new Harrison Wells from the other Earth. I complained it to my friend and he said to wait and watch. And damn, I was sooo wrong. He ended up being my favourite character and how he sacrificed himself, in the end, had me down to a sobbing mess! *End of Spoiler*

3. Riverdale (October 11th): Season 2

This show is not my most awaited but I watched season 1 in August and it was a quick watch and my childhood crush is on the show, so yeah I plan to watch the next season! I wasn’t a big Archie comic fan as a kid but this show was pretty hyped up when it came out and I was in the mood for some high school drama and season 1 only had 13 episodes, so I gave it a try.

The first thing I noticed about this show was that the cast was suuuuper pretty. I loved the characters but my favourite was Jughead followed by Veronica then Betty. Sadly, I didn’t care much for Archie. The murder mystery added spice to the show but I kind of guessed who the murderer was! I thought it was a pretty easy guess though I didn’t think about the actual reason and that twist was pretty awesome though terribly weird. Anyway, Cheryl Blossom, the twin sister of the murdered was the most intriguing character of the show, she was sooo creepy yet at vulnerable times. She gave me the chills (actually Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do reminded me of her)!!

I loved the friendship aspect of this how and how despite everything they always had each other’s back. The romance wasn’t thaaat awesome but I enjoyed the chemistry between both the pairs. The show started off strong but then slagged off in the middle but the ending was pretty intriguing which piqued up my interest. I reeeeally hope season 2 is more dark and interesting. Hopefully, it’ll be that way considering how it ended on a cliffhanger!

4. Supernatural (October 12th): Season 13


I saved the best for the last (and also because it was perfectly in order according to the date). You guys know how much I am obsessed with Supernatural. I am totally biased about this show and I won’t hear a mean thingy about it. I need my Winchester fix so badly and I have been waiting for soooo long for this season after binge watching the whole thing the 2nd time.

I mean, they have gone through so much and always stuck together in the end. I envy the Winchesters who always have their back for each other no matter what. Now, season 12 was not my most favourite season. After fighting ghosts, demons, angels, werewolves, leviathans, being in Heaven, Hell and Purgatory, they had to face the British Men of Letters. They had to face freaking human beings! But it also kinda showed that humans can be the most dangerous monsters of all times! And what was up with Cass!!! Also, Lucifer kinda crossed his limits, one moment he was acting like a spoiled brat and the next he’s plotting world domination and aah, I guess that’s okay for that guy being the king of Hell and all that but I loved Crowley! But still, everything got out of hand. And I miss Bobby. And the ENDING!!!! It killed me! We are finally going to find out how my precious Winchesters are going to bring things back on track. As usual. ❤

*Spoilery* I was not super happy with Mary returning, especially how she treated her boys after everything!! I know, it was a lot of her to take in but still. Dude! Those are your sons!! Also, I am sad Mark A. Sheppard is not coming back to take over his role as Crowley. In the end, his loyalty to the Winchesters killed him, though it was his choice. Anyway, the other thing was the spawn of Satan!!! Aaaahhhh!!!! What is freaking going to happen next?!!! *End of Spoiler*

Soooo guys, do you watch any of the above-mentioned shows? If yes, which ones? Any favourites from my list? And if your favourite is not here, then what are yours?

Please feel free to gush about your favourite tv shows and don’t forget to recommend me more awesome shows to watch in the future!!

TV Show Review: Eyewitness || Diverse characters who made my heart leap out with happiness!

Show Name: Eyewitness
Episodes: 10 (Only 1 season)
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Mystery, Suspense, [Young-Adult]
Heat Rating: Slightly warm
Trigger Warning: Cheating (kind of…)
Creator: Adi Hasak
Cast: Julianne Nicholson, Tyler Young, James Paxton, Warren Christie
My Rating: 


Teenager Lukas Hallenbeck seemingly has it all — popularity, motocross stardom and an attractive girlfriend — but deep down is conflicted about his sexuality. Those feelings begin to come to the surface when he meets Philip, a classmate with whom he starts a relationship that the boys try to keep secret. Things get more complicated when the teens witness a murder and fear that they will be found by the person who committed the crime. While they stay silent about what they saw, they realize that it can never be unseen and the traumatic event has changed their lives forever. As he is potentially being hunted by the killer, Lukas worries that his secret will be revealed, he will be outed, and he will lose everything. “Eyewitness” is an adaptation of a Norwegian crime thriller.

Oh my gosh! This show was sooo freaking goood. I’m still not over it!! I sometimes get lost in YouTube. The other day I was watching a lot of video mash up on YouTube, I think I was probably watching a SKAM video when I stumbled upon a “Philkas” video and damn after watching it, I was hooked and I needed to watch it asap, I ended up binge watching all the 10 episodes in a day!

When Lukas and Philip witness a triple homicide in Lukas’s father’s cabin, they decide to keep their mouth shut so that nobody would know they were together. Whereas Philip wants to be with Lukas, Lukas is struggling with coming to terms with his sexuality. One lie leads to a chaos of incidents but the killer is still out there and he is hell bent on leaving no clue behind and that includes the duo.

The plot was seriously awesome! Lukas and Philip were hanging out in their father’s cabin where they first realise they were attracted towards each other. The first kiss was awkward but haaaawt! But they were (rudely!) interrupted when a car shows up thinking it’s Lukas’s dad but then they become the sole witnesses of a triple homicide. They somehow manage to escape but the actual murderer goes free too. Along with Lukas and Philip, the audience knows who the actual villain is but the rest of the people in the show are unaware of the fact and it was a wild goose chase. The mysterious aspect was maintained so well and there were plenty of nail-biting moments which kept me glued to the screen.

Lukas (the blonde guy) was afraid to tell the truth because he thought if he came out in front of everybody, nobody would accept him anymore and Philip agrees reluctantly. And that one lie causes a mayhem! Pretty much. I sometimes hated Lukas because to cover up one lie, he lied more and more and even blamed Philip but after that once incident, it melted my heart because he couldn’t stay away from Philip!! The chemistry between them was so freaking gooood!! And I absolutely adored them together, the romance was off the charts dude!! Although Lukas already had a girlfriend, he did kiss Philip before breaking up with her but it didn’t bother me much because Rose and Lukas didn’t have an actual thing and even Rose acknowledged that.

The were various other sub plots which merged with original plot line in a fantastic way. We have Helen who is an ex-FBI agent with a dark past of her own and who is now Philip’s foster mom. We’ve also got the FBI team who’s working to bust a drug lord where Kamilah is a working officer and her sister is somehow involved in this and she’s trying her very best to get her and her baby out of this mess. Every single thing was linked to the other and I loved how they were tied together in the end. The villain was seriously villainous! (Sorry for the lack of word! XD) He was in plain sight but nobody knew he was the actual guy!! It made everything more suspenseful! Anyway, not only was he a creep but also a paedophile and my heart was in my chest every time he made a move!

Anyway, I couldn’t get enough of Lukas and Philip. I loooved Philip so much. I think he was so smitten by Lukas that he basically agreed to whatever he said (I only hated one particular incident!!), though he did try to convince him to tell the truth about murders but seeing him uncomfortable, he decided to keep his promise. But as much as Lucas tried to convince himself he was not gay, it was him who initiated the kiss most of the time. And omg… they were pretty good kisses guys!! So good! This show seriously made me so giddy with joy. Lukas and Philip made me so happy. I ship Philkas soooo bad! I also loved how they emphasised on consent before taking a step forward in their relationship. When Lukas is attacked by the villain and goes to coma, and Philip is like trying to bring him back by taking about the stuff they used to do together, that scene was seriously heartbreaking. And I was sooo freaking happy, out of the world happy when they decided not to hide anymore! (Is it even healthy to be so happy over fictional characters because I feel it’s still not enough… XD)

Overall, Eyewitness was a fantastic watch! Otherwise, I wouldn’t have watched all the 10 episodes in a single freaking day! I don’t know why it was cancelled, I would have loved to see more of them together and how their life finally moves forward, together. Nonetheless, the plot was executed in a neat way and all the loose ends were tied in the end. I was pretty much satisfied with the ending but I wanted moooore!!! How could I not? The cast was amazing, the acting was amazing, pretty much everything was amazing, especially the romance between Philip and Lukas! I have a feeling I’ll be rewatching this show numerous times in the future.

Recommend it?


So guys, have any of you watched this show yet? Do you want to? Oh and has anybody seen SKAM?? Because I loooove Even and Isak!!

Oh and do you guys have any great LGBTQ tv show/movie recs and also books, where the characters don’t die in the end? I would love some recommendations!

K-Drama Reviews: The Lee Min Ho Edition

Show Name: The Legend of The Blue Sea
Episodes: 20
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Director: Jin Hyeok
Cast: Lee Min Ho, Jun Ji Hyun, Shin Won Ho, Lee Hee Joon, Moon So Ri, Shin Hye Sun
My Rating:



How can a mermaid from the Joseon era survive in modern-day Seoul? Shim Chung is a mermaid who finds herself transplanted to modern times. She is caught by Heo Joon Jae, a charming but cold con artist who is the doppelgänger for Kim Moon, the son of a noble man from the Joseon Dynasty. But in the present time, Joon Jae works with Jo Nam Doo, a skilled conman who guides Joon Jae to become a genius scammer. But Joon Jae’s friend, Cha Shi Ah, who works as a researcher at KAIST, may be Chung’s only hope for surviving in her strange new world.

I was pretty excited to watch this show. The Legend of the Blue Sea incorporates mermaid folklore which got me interested to watch it in the first place and another was the fact that played a key role in the show was that a mermaid can love only once and if it’s not reciprocated while she stays in land, her heart will slowly turn cold and she will die. This was enough for me to start watching this show asap and I’m glad it didn’t disappoint.

One of things that I loved about this show was how the episodes were structured. Though I was a little confused at first, but everything became clear quick enough. This show deals with 2 lives, the past life and the modern day. In the past life, Dam Ryung (Lee Min-Ho) is the newly appointed governor of a village where he meets Seo Hwa (Jun Ji Hyun), a mermaid for the first time who came ashore accidentally after a storm. He saves her from a terrible fate from the officials of the village but fate had something else planned for them. Fast forward to the modern day, Joon-Jae (Lee Min-Ho) is a successful and smooth-talking con man and he works with  Nam-Doo and Tae-O. On a holiday retreat, fates bring Joon-Jae and Shim Chung (Jun Ji Hyun) face to face once again, only they have no memories of each other of their past lives expect recurring dreams.

The past lives of the characters were beautifully incorporated with their modern lives creating a beautiful contrast yet a kind of similarity between both. Both the story of the past and the modern day life are narrated simultaneously with each other which kept my interest throughout the whole series. When Joon-Jae and Shim Chung first meet, it’s absolutely hilarious along with the incidents that follow. Her fighting skills was a treat to watch. XD

Also, when Shim Chung first came to land, she had no idea how to behave like a human and she messed up quite a bit. And it was pretty great to watch how Joon-Jae taught her the ropes. Although there was history between them, the romance in the modern day life between them evolved slowly and steadily and I loved them together so much!! The only thing I didn’t like about Chung was how she made Joon-Jae forget about her every time she went away, her morals were different, despite that she acted against it. It was definitely selfish on her part.

Anyway, as the show proceeded, it is revealed what exactly happened in the past and how the fates of every character were intertwined. There were some aspects, though I predicted correctly, still came as a shock. Also, the sub-plot which involved Joon-Jae’s family was quite interesting as well. His step-mother was such an evil woman and how she succeeded in breaking down their family. She definitely got what she deserved in the end.

Overall,  The Legend of the Blue Sea was an entertaining show. I loved how things were executed and how the past and the present life were neatly tied up in the end.

Recommend it?


Show Name: Personal Taste
Episodes: 16
Genre: Contemporary, Comedy, Romance
Director: Son Hyeong-Seok, No Jong-Chan
Cast: Son Ye-Jin, Lee Min-Ho, Kim Ji-Suk, Wang Ji-Hye, Jung Sung-Hwa, Ryoo Seung-Ryong
My Rating:



Jeon Jin Ho is a straight guy who is mistaken as gay when he applies to become Park Gae In’s roommate. His hobbies include organization and ironing, and he’s known for his stoic poker face. He’s a stickler for cleanliness, but he also has a talent for figuring out a women’s feelings. Kae In is very trusting even though she has a habit of being betrayed. However that doesn’t stop her from giving people the benefit of doubt and Jin Ho is no different. How will Kae In react when she finds out that her gay roommate is not actually gay at all and that he has fallen for her?

This was such an epic show!! I think I enjoyed Personal Taste more than The Legend of the Blue Sea. But both of them were pretty different from one another and it’s just my perspective.

Park Gae In (Son Ye Jin) has only one flaw. She is too trusting and cares too much and in return she is hurt every time. When in debt, she decides to rent her spare room and that’s when Jeon Jin Ho (Lee Min Ho) comes in but he gets mistaken as gay due to some previous incidents and at first he decides to play the part because of his own selfish motif but soon he finds himself telling more lies to avoid one problem or the other and falling for his roommate as well.

First of all, this show was extremely funny and humorous with a healthy dose of romance in it. I seriously felt so bad for Park Gae In. She trusted everyone in her life so blatantly and in turn got back-stabbed or hurt every single time. She is someone who is extremely unorganised and usually went with the flow, the exact opposite to Jeon Jin Ho. But when she finds a friend in Jeon Jin Ho, she requests him to teach him how to be a woman as he is expert in the etiquette. Reluctant at first, he then agrees. The irony was the rules that he taught Park Gae in in order to function like a woman, the flaws he asked her to rectify, it was exactly those flaws he fell for. Damn. Adorable. The relationship between them was simply so sweet and everything!!

At first, I was angry about the fact that Jeon Jin Ho came to rent Park Gae in’s house because of his own selfish motif. But as he became her friend and learned more and more about her, he could help but fall for her. Park Gae In knew she was falling for a gay person who couldn’t reciprocate her feelings but love was simply love to her. She was so simple and naive and it was something worth envy to everyone else which she couldn’t realise.

I simply loathed Han Chang Ryul and Kim In Hee. I seriously didn’t understand their purpose at all. I mostly skipped the parts Kim In Hee was screaming because that was kind of irritating. At first, they both ditched Park Gae In in the worst way possible and then went after them because they couldn’t have what they wanted. What. Even. Sometimes things got repetitive which was kinda boring but mostly it was pretty enjoyable. I was soooo glad when finally Park Gae In stood up for herself in the end. When the truth about everything spilled out, things got messy, but Park Gae In again surprised me once again by her act of forgiveness.

Overall, Personal Taste was a fun and great watch. I loved the characters and the drama. And I would love to see these two main leads again together! They were a treat to watch!

Recommend it?


So guys, have you watched any of the two show yet? If yes, what are your favourite things about it? Also, could you guys recommend me a few more K-dramas?

Review: Confess by Colleen Hoover (Book + TV Show) || Where the confessions broke my heart

Title: Confess
Author: Colleen Hoover
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [New-Adult]
Heat Rating: Warm
Page Count and Format: 320 pages, Ebook
Published: March 10th 2015 by Atria Books
Source: Purchased
My Rating:

Blurb (from Goodreads):

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.

To save their relationship, all Owen needs to do is confess. But in this case, the confession could be much more destructive than the actual sin.

This was such a heartwarming read! And I loved the concept so much! Colleen Hoover’s books haven’t disappointed so far and I hope that continues to happen in the future.

Auburn Reed has only person left in her life that she can call her own but she even doesn’t have the right. In the chaotic mess, she meets Owen, an artist who has a unique way of bringing his creations to life. They are immediately attracted to each other but they both have secrets of their own and if they come out, it could ruin their lives and Auburn can’t take that risk. Will a relationship like theirs ever succeed?

*A little spoilery*

The plot of this book was really unique and interesting! We are gently eased into the story as the secrets are revealed. Auburn has pretty much lost everything, including the love of her life.  The only thing that is holding her in place is her son, A.J but his custody is in his grandmother’s hands and she is not ready to give up on him yet because she considers Audrey unfit for being a mother. My heart went out for Aubrey, she was hardworking and everything she did was for her son and to prove that she was worthy of being a mother that her son deserved. And I hated Lydia (the grandmother or a kind of monster-in-law) for doing everything in her power to keep A.J away from her. I knew she was clinging to the last hope of her younger son but she was a manipulative and viscous woman indeed. Nonetheless, I loved how Auburn was with A.J, she definitely proved how capable she was as a woman and a mother.

“There are people you meet that you get to know, and then there are people you meet that you already know.”

Owen was dreamy. I fell in love with that guy so freaking much. I loved how he used confessions as his muse for his art. It was simply a unique technique. Auburn comes fact to face with Owen when she scores a part time gig at his art show from where their story begins. I love how Colleen Hoover can execute heart-wrenching stories every freaking time and this was no different. Owen and Auburn both had secrets they couldn’t run away from and which could possibly destroy their future yet their attraction and chemistry was undeniable. They resisted the pull they felt for each other but in the end, something like what they had, was inevitable to happen.

“I love you so much.” His voice is breathless and full of fear. “I’ll love you forever. Even when I can’t.” My tears fall harder at his words. “And I’ll love you forever. Even when I shouldn’t.

But their road was definitely not smooth and lined with hurdles provided by none other than Trey, Lydia’s older son. He was a cop and he took full advantage of his profession. That guy didn’t have an ounce of work ethics and he used it against Owen just to get Auburn all to himself. He was just like his mother. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time and I couldn’t put this book down. Though I kinda did predict how everything would come down as the end neared and I was so relieved and glad when that happened. I was completely satisfied how everything tied up in the end.

Overall, Confess was a great read. The plot was executed neatly and I fell in love with the protagonists. The romance between Owen and Auburn was just awesome! I loved their relationship so much! The writing was beautiful and the pace was even throughout the entire book. I can’t wait to devour more of her novels!

Recommend it?


Show name: Confess
Director: Elissa Down
Starring:  Katie Leclerc, Ryan Cooper, Sherilyn FennElliott SmithRocky Myers
Hosted by: Awestruck
No. of Episodes: 7
Release Date: 4th April, 2017
My Rating:

This show was a pretty great watch. It was kind of unfortunate that this show only had 7 episodes but this was one of the best adaptations I’ve seen so far and it did the book justice.

There were only a few changes from the book like the time gap and the age of the characters which according to my opinion felt more realistic. And I was very excited to see Katie Leclerc in this show because I love her in Switched at Birth. She portrayed Auburn’s character perfectly, she made up believe the pain that Auburn felt each day was so much real. The actors brought the characters to life and I couldn’t have been more happier with the cast. Ryan Cooper was the perfect Owen and I loved the chemistry between the two main leads. I liked the fact that Lydia’s character in the show was redeemable than she was in the book which added another layer. A.J was great fun to watch too.

Overall, I loved pretty much everything in the show, I just wish it was a little bit more longer. If you guys haven’t seen it yet you should watch it go90 app or in YouTube.

Recommend it?


So guys, what are your thoughts on the book as well the show? Have you watched it yet?