“The Golden Couple” is a novel by Greer Hendricks. The story followsJane and John, two people who appear to have the perfect life. But when they are interviewed for a magazine article, Jane reveals her struggles with self-doubt and infertility while John divulges his worries about maintaining their seemingly picture-perfect facade. As they share more of themselves with each other, they begin to realize that the cracks in their armor may be what make them truly strong.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who has ever struggled with self-doubt or infertility. It also appeals to readers who enjoy fiction that explores the inner lives of its characters.
- The characters are well-developed and relatable.
- The plot is intriguing and will keep you hooked until the very end.
- Hendricks’ writing is beautiful and lyrical, making for a truly enjoyable reading experience.
- The writing is choppy in places
- The characters are a little too perfect
- It’s not that exciting
Learn more about the author
Greer Hendricks is a former book editor who has worked at Simon & Schuster and Crown Publishing. She lives in New York City with her husband and two children.
“This gorgeously written novel had me hooked from beginning to end. With its exploration of the truths we keep hidden beneath our public personas, it’s a must-read for anyone who has ever wondered how well they really know their spouse.”
“The Golden Couple”
“This book is amazing! I read it in two days, it’s that good. Hendricks has a way of writing that sucks you in and doesn’t let go.”
“This beautifully written novel by Greer Hendricks pulled me in from the beginning and kept me captivated until the very end. The story is told through alternating perspectives of Jane and John, which creates a wonderfully layered exploration of their marriage. I loved getting to know both characters intimately, watching as they revealed their deepest secrets and fears, and ultimately finding themselves in each other’s arms. This is a moving portrait of love that will stay with me long after I finished reading.”