Brilliantly, breathlessly entertaining, For Better and Worse poses the question, do some people really just need killing?
When Natalie and Will first met, they talking about how to get away with murder. But they never thought they’d do it in real life. Fast forward a few years and they’ve receive crushing news about their son. So Natalie takes matters into her own hands, enacting a plan to get away with murder.
The suspense of seeing if Natalie and Will would get caught absolutely powered me through this novel. Intriguing, tense and morally ambiguous, a stunning book you won’t be able to look away from.