Author: Greer Hendriks and Sarah Pekkanen
Started: Feb. 24, 2022
Finished: Feb. 26, 2022
Thanks to Greer Hendriks, Sarah Pekkanen, St. Martin's Press, and Netgalley for the chance to read this advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.
Avery Chambers is a therapist, well a former therapist, who has a controversial ten-step method to helping people overcome major problems. The problem is this method is extreme and borders on crossing privacy boundaries. Oddly enough, it is also extremely successful.
Marissa and Matthew Bishop appear to have a perfect marriage until Marissa makes a huge mistake. They make an appointment with Avery in order to save their marriage. The deeper Avery gets into their lives the more convoluted it becomes. It appears that there are many players in the Bishop's marriage and each of them has a reason to not want them to succeed.
This is a book I have been looking forward to as I am a fan of this author duo. In their typical format, there is always a story or two within the story. In this case, Avery is being stalked by a medical company she turned in for fraud and there is the possibility that an employee of Avery's is obsessed with her employer and trying to become her. There were multiple twists and turns in this story that made it well worth the read.