Review: The Golden Couple

The Golden Couple
The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I swallowed this book up in a single sitting.

The characters were each interesting and explored just enough to get to know them and their motivations and to leave room for intrigue and the possibility that there’s more going on than one might think. In fact, there were a few instances where I felt disappointed to find out that more ominous things weren’t going on with the characters.

This is definitely a plot-driven story about a married couple that go to see an ex-therapist who has a fool-proof ten-step method to “cure” her patients. As it is with these books, there’s more than meets the eye, of course.

There’s an ominous feel the whole time you read the book. Both of the characters who tell the story are jumpy and not comfortable in their skin so they constantly are on edge and so is the reader as a result.

Even though I guessed the ending a bit before it unraveled, I enjoyed reading every page of this book and i am confident others will, too.

with gratitude to netgalley and St. Martin’s Press for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

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