The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen | Review

The Golden CoupleGreer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen | St. Martin's Press | Pub: March 8, 2022 | Pages: 336

As soon as I saw this book, I dropped everything and dove right in! Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen books are generally psychological/domestic thrillers and this one is no exception! You can expect unreliable narrators and many twists in this one!

The story is told between the two main characters’ POVs; the therapist that lost her license, Avery and Marissa, the new client. As usual, I loved the dual storylines, it really upped the suspense and really piqued my interest!

Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen are so good at developing intricate webs of deception, I didn’t see anything coming.

I remain a huge fan and highly recommend picking up this book in March 2022!

Thank you to St. Martin’s Press for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


If Avery Chambers can’t fix you in 10 sessions, she won’t take you on as a client. Her successes are phenomenal--she helps people overcome everything from domineering parents to assault--and almost absorb the emptiness she sometimes feels since her husband’s death.

Marissa and Mathew Bishop seem like the golden couple--until Marissa cheats. She wants to repair things, both because she loves her husband and for the sake of their 8-year-old son. After a friend forwards an article about Avery, Marissa takes a chance on this maverick therapist, who lost her license due to controversial methods.

When the Bishops glide through Avery’s door and Marissa reveals her infidelity, all three are set on a collision course. Because the biggest secrets in the room are still hidden, and it’s no longer simply a marriage that’s in danger.


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