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.
Charming novel. We are still in Mason, Missouri with some of the characters from the 2nd novel. This novel focuses more on the lives of Iris and Maddy. I didn't really like the Confession Club meetings. I found it difficult to tell each of the women apart. But I loved the camaraderie between all of the women.
I found this book to have zero substance. It was unrealistic with no depth. I kept waiting for it to improve but it never did. I definitely give this one a thumbs down.