Maggie puts her family's needs before her own, until one day, spur of the moment, she leaves town. So begins her quest. She meets new people and has a lot of fun along the way. She rediscovers an old passion. And wonders whether or not her marriage is salvageable.
Maggie's self-absorbed husband Andrew is furious that Maggie left him alone to look after their two teenagers and the household. He's never bought groceries, cooked, done laundry, fed the pets. And he hasn't spent time with his kids in years. The longer Maggie is away the more he understands what drove her away. He also realizes he loves his family and will do anything to keep them together, but is it too late?
I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I would. It's predictable and Maggie's husband is infuriating, but it was a quick and easy read.