The Golden Couple

The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


It is easy to judge other people’s choices. It is far more complex when the choices are your own.

Infidelity brings the golden couple Marrisa and Matt to the snarky family consultant Avery. All it takes is ten sessions and lots of determination to fix Bishop’s marriage. Will they make it? Avery is ready to take on the challenge. But besides Bishop’s project, Avery has multiple clients and a few serious enemies to deal with. Will she be able to keep her head in a game?

Now, let’s chat about the plot. It took me a while to figure out the villain of the novel. Bravo to the authors, and that’s what 5 starts are for. The rest of the plot… First of all – Bishops – I’m confused about Marissa’s infidelity. She seems to be so devoted to her family, it just didn’t make sense for her to cheat. And Matt, I had a hard time understanding him. He has a sharp character, but I was surprised by his genuine love for his family, and honestly, between the two – I expected Matt to be an adulterer. And Marissa’s assistant – that girl gave me creeps. Her final explanations didn’t excuse some weird stuff she’s done throughout the novel. And at last, saving the best for last – Avery. Man, this girl takes her job seriously! All the stalking she does on her clients, and the research is beyond the normal grounds. She is all in her client’s business, no wonder she grew a long list of enemies. Overall, this is an intriguing read. Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen had done it again! Thank you, NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press publishers for an advanced copy of the novel!



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2 thoughts on “The Golden Couple

  1. I put off reading this review because the book was in the future for me. Thanks for a non-spoiler, intriguing review, Alina. I am even more interested now. I am looking forward to getting to this one.

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