But now that their daughter is ready to fly the nest, Justine can no longer ignore the truth: She and Joshua havenÕt had a real marriage for a long time. Maybe they never had one at all.
Joshua is only too aware that his wife is an independent woman who never really needed him. After nearly two decades of marriage, heÕs quit trying to get more than a piece of her at a time. Without their daughter holding them together, he knows the chasm between them will grow to epic proportions.
Their empty nest looming, they face the hard questions. Had they married in loveÉor out of a hasty sense of responsibility? Is it worth the effortÉor better to simply let go?