Film producer Nick secretly wants a divorce from Maya, the mother of his young twins, and consults a lawyer friend, Gray. He is advised to become a better husband and to encourage Maya to return to work as a lawyer to minimise his spousal support payment. Oblivious to his ulterior motive, Maya is just relieved to have a more helpful husband on hand. But soon Nick realises he is actually enjoying being around Maya and his family - but is it too late to save his marriage? With its intriguing premise, this is a well-written story centred around two people who have grown apart. To be honest, Nick was such a selfish and conniving character that no romantic trip with his wife or helping out with the kids was ever going to redeem him. And I just didn't connect enough with Maya to really care.