Can passion survive when love isn’t enough?
They were one of Washington, D.C.’s stellar couples. Janet was rapidly gaining recognition as the creative writer at a small advertising agency. Wiley, like his father, was making his name as a respected lawyer.
But while Wiley strove for position and power, Janet yearned for a real home, steeped in love and filled with the laughter of children. Then Wiley took on a case for one of his firm’s most important clients, a case that was to shake the foundation of their love and awaken them to the real meaning of their marriage.