For Better and Worse

For Better and Worse

On their first date back in law school, Natalie and Will Clarke bonded over drinks, dinner and whether they could get away with murder. Now married, they?ll put the latter to the test when an unchecked danger in their community places their son in jeopardy. Working as a criminal defense attorney, Nat refuses to rely on the broken legal system to keep her family safe. She k On their first date back in law school, Natalie and Will Clarke bonded over drinks, dinner and whether they could get a...

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Title:For Better and Worse
Author:Margot Hunt
Rating:
Genres:Thriller
ISBN:B077ZW32RW
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

For Better and Worse Reviews

  • Elyse Walters
    Jul 13, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

  • Mischenko
    Dec 27, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

  • Marialyce
    Dec 10, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

    FOR BETTER AND WORSE is the psychological thriller by pseudonym author Margot Hunt. Will took Natalie on a first date to a French bistro, in New Orleans. They were both law students. While talking criminals, Will says to Nat: ?I bet if we wanted to, you and I could plan the per...

    For Better and Worse is so much more than a thriller as it poses some thought-provoking questions for the reader to ruminate on - How far should you go to protect your family? Can murder ever be justified? What is self-defence and can you ever defend against possible future attacks? Th...

    4.5 stars Lies have short legs?. In the case of Natalie and Will Clarke, this happens to be a big detriment?a lesson to be learned the hard way. Suburbia?life is good for Nat and Will. They have gone through Law school together, invested into their careers, moved into a...

    Wow! This book blew my mind! There are a handful of books this year that I was completely blown away with and this is one of them. The plot, the writing style, the suspense of seeing if they get caught, checked all of my boxes for a perfect thriller. This book was not on my radar t...

    Have you ever wondered how far you would go when someone you love is irreparably hurt by another? What would you do as your anger and rage grows and you realize that you need and must do something. In the book, For Better And Worse, we are introduced to a set of parents who push the li...

  • Jennifer
    Dec 31, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

  • Sue
    Jan 16, 2019

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

    FOR BETTER AND WORSE is the psychological thriller by pseudonym author Margot Hunt. Will took Natalie on a first date to a French bistro, in New Orleans. They were both law students. While talking criminals, Will says to Nat: ?I bet if we wanted to, you and I could plan the per...

  • Susanne Strong
    Nov 01, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

  • Debra
    Nov 28, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

  • Darinda
    Oct 14, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

  • Melissa
    Jul 14, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)
    Dec 21, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

  • Jayme
    Oct 18, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

  • Bharath
    Jul 22, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

  • Felicia
    Jun 27, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

  • Kaceey - Traveling Sister
    Nov 01, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

  • Dorie  - Traveling Sister :)
    Nov 06, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

  • DJ Sakata
    Dec 10, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

  • Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice*
    Dec 22, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

  • Meredith
    Dec 01, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    Dec 10, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

  • Carrie
    Dec 02, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

  • Berit☀️✨
    Dec 10, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

  • Holly  B
    Oct 14, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

  • Nazanin
    Nov 14, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

  • Kendall
    Oct 15, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

  • Jenny
    Dec 30, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

  • Lou
    Dec 10, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

    FOR BETTER AND WORSE is the psychological thriller by pseudonym author Margot Hunt. Will took Natalie on a first date to a French bistro, in New Orleans. They were both law students. While talking criminals, Will says to Nat: ?I bet if we wanted to, you and I could plan the per...

    For Better and Worse is so much more than a thriller as it poses some thought-provoking questions for the reader to ruminate on - How far should you go to protect your family? Can murder ever be justified? What is self-defence and can you ever defend against possible future attacks? Th...

  • Scarlett Readz and Runz....Through Novel Time & Distance
    Dec 23, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

    FOR BETTER AND WORSE is the psychological thriller by pseudonym author Margot Hunt. Will took Natalie on a first date to a French bistro, in New Orleans. They were both law students. While talking criminals, Will says to Nat: ?I bet if we wanted to, you and I could plan the per...

    For Better and Worse is so much more than a thriller as it poses some thought-provoking questions for the reader to ruminate on - How far should you go to protect your family? Can murder ever be justified? What is self-defence and can you ever defend against possible future attacks? Th...

    4.5 stars Lies have short legs?. In the case of Natalie and Will Clarke, this happens to be a big detriment?a lesson to be learned the hard way. Suburbia?life is good for Nat and Will. They have gone through Law school together, invested into their careers, moved into a...

  • Mackenzie - PhDiva Books
    Dec 11, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

  • j e w e l s [Books Bejeweled]
    Nov 14, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

  • Kim ~ Traveling Sister
    Dec 21, 2018

    *3.75-ish stars* Apparently, impressing this reader in the suspense department has proven to be quite the task as of late. It must be my trusty bullshit meter?permanently stuck in the on position?or love for anything true-crime, that?s messing with my mojo. At first glance...

    Entertaining but forgettable For Better and For Worse is a psychological thriller with an intriguing premise that, unfortunately, falls flat. When Natalie, a criminal defense attorney, discovers that her 11-year-old son has been sexually abused by his school principal she deci...

    How to get away with Murder! Or not? loved it!This was a fast entertaining read that kept me engaged throughout... what would your reaction be if you were out on a first date and the topic of conversation was.... how to get away with murder? Well if I?m being honest I would probab...

    Could they get away with murder? That is what Will and Natalie talked about on their first date in law school. Years later after many years of marriage they must examine that question again when they learn some shocking news involving their son, Charlie. Nat is a defense attorney an...

    On your mark, get ready... for the twists and turns! I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO. Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!? Well Natalie and Will do! I...

    This book was definitely entertaining, but I still ended up with some mixed feelings? My review contains unhidden spoilers.. Natalie and Will are married with an 11-year-old son named Charlie. In the beginning, their marriage was good, but as time went on everything seemed to f...

    Natalie and Will met in law school. Their first date consisted of all the awkward conversations that come with first dates. (Who hasn?t been there?!) Including an interesting little game called ?getting away with the perfect murder.? Just a game...right? Now married with an 11...

    The blurb basically tells you most of what happens in the book. For me that already eliminates a ?star?, there should be more mystery left for the reader to discover. Here is part of the blurb: ?Their young son Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. ...

    ?Then one of two things will happen. Behind door number one?Robert is convicted, which could possibly give Charlie some sort of closure, whatever that means, and Robert will go to jail for a really long time. And then Charley will spend the rest of his life wondering if he did the ...

    "Some people just need killing." OOOMMMMMMMGGGGGGGG I can't praise this book enough. I loved everything about it. The writing is to the point without excruciating details. The characters are believable, likeable and relatable. The plot is fresh and unlike anything I have ever read....

    3.75 Stars* (rounded up) A Frightening, yet Fun Fast-paced Read! When Natalie and Will met their attraction was instantaneous. Who knew that planning the perfect murder could be so sexy? What started out as thrilling dinner conversation on their first date turned into the real...

    4 tense, gripping, morally questioning stars! ? ? ? ? Natalie and Will are now married lawyers, but their first date was spent discussing whether they could get away with murder. Years later, their son is put in harms way, and they find themselves questioning once again if ...

    THREE STARS This is a straightforward story of a murder. The victim is a known child molester and the reader is not meant to feel sorry for him. The killers are a respected, married couple who feel justifiably wronged. Hey, these aren?t spoilers, it is right on the book jacket...

    Hold on while I pick my jaw up off the floor and wait for my heart rate to slow?because this book really did a NUMBER on me in the BEST possible way!!! Reading this book was like watching someone else?s nightmare unfold and being unable to wake them up! With each twist and turn the...

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/ ?I doubt it would be easy to take a life. But I think if you had to?I mean, if we had to?we could absolutely get away with it.? Look at that quote^^^. LOOK AT IT!!!!!! Did you look at it? Why the eff was...

    3 Stars I don?t count this story as mystery/suspense/thriller! It dragged a lot. The plot wasn?t really good and I got bored and after reading 60% I started skimming and skipping. I enjoyed my first read by her (Best Friends Forever) but this one didn?t really work out for me, u...

    Margot Hunt.... well well you have done it again! With absolutely loving Margot Hunt's debut novel Best Friends Forever... I knew I had to get my hands on her next novel from Netgalley. Let me tell you "Some people just need killing" ...... THAT is in all honesty a VERY true stat...

    Favorite Quotes: She was a delicious, fizzing secret that had transformed my boring, colorless life into something exciting. He was an affable guy in his late forties, with the sort of annoyingly boyish good looks that women always went for. My main impression of him, after being...

    For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt is a thriller that asks the questions just how far will you go for your family? What would you do to protect your child? And a warning is in order with this one as it may not be for everyone with child molestation involved. Natalie and Will Clarke...

    Once upon a time there were two law students, Natalie and Will, who were out on a first date. Natalie was not sure if Will was really her ?type? until he started a conversation about how two lawyers, namely, the two of them, should be able to plan and execute the ?perfect murd...

    Is there really such a thing as the "perfect murder." It's been written about in books for centuries. Movies, television shows, radio and podcasts have all tackled the age old scenario. Do you think you could plan the perfect murder and get away with it? Fifteen years ago, Natalie and...

    Will and Natalie meet in law school, and later get married. After a few years, and a son Charlie, life seems to enter a phase where their relation seems to be losing its shine. Their life comes under severe strain when Charlie?s principal is accused of molesting a child. Will and Nat...

    Natalie and Will met in law school, and on their first date had a conversation about getting away with murder. Now it is 14 years later, and Nat and Will are married and have an eleven-year-old son. Their old conversation is revisited when Nat decides they need to protect their son, an...

    What would you do for your child? What would you do to calm your craving for vengeance? Spoiler contains my spin on the book synopsis: (view spoiler)[After discovering a dark, shocking secret about a well-known member of the community, residents step back and let investigators do t...

    EXCERPT: I set my wine glass down on the granite counter. I suddenly remembered back to when we were remodeling the kitchen, and I had spent hours, days even, worrying about the countertops. Granite? Quartz? Butcher block? And what color - grey, white, the cool black swirly one Will ha...

    FOR BETTER AND WORSE is the psychological thriller by pseudonym author Margot Hunt. Will took Natalie on a first date to a French bistro, in New Orleans. They were both law students. While talking criminals, Will says to Nat: ?I bet if we wanted to, you and I could plan the per...

    For Better and Worse is so much more than a thriller as it poses some thought-provoking questions for the reader to ruminate on - How far should you go to protect your family? Can murder ever be justified? What is self-defence and can you ever defend against possible future attacks? Th...

    4.5 stars Lies have short legs?. In the case of Natalie and Will Clarke, this happens to be a big detriment?a lesson to be learned the hard way. Suburbia?life is good for Nat and Will. They have gone through Law school together, invested into their careers, moved into a...

    Wow! This book blew my mind! There are a handful of books this year that I was completely blown away with and this is one of them. The plot, the writing style, the suspense of seeing if they get caught, checked all of my boxes for a perfect thriller. This book was not on my radar t...