I picked this book up at the library last week. It was a very quick read for me. It's about a mid 30s couple who are trying to follow their dreams. The wife is on a journey to become a successful director while the husband is in a band who is working to finish an album. Then real life hits and her movie bombs at the box office, and he hasn't been paying the adjustable rate mortgage (gotta love those!) because it adjusted, lol, and he was waiting for her huge deal with a movie company to pay it off. It just goes downhill from there as the husband begins a midlife crisis. This book was painful to read. The turn of the story happens when the husbands ex-girlfriend, a successful artist, contacts him to just "see" him while she's in town. The ex-girlfriend is the antithesis of his wife, not to mention completely nuts. He has built her up in his head, and when she offers him the option of coming with her to Paris, he leaves his wife. WTF? For me the ending was a bit to quick and didn't seem to flow, but the rest of the story was good.
It was a definite page turner, and I enjoyed reading it. But this type of story is usually very emotional to read for me. I feel the characters' pain so strongly I have to get through it as fast as I can to get those feelings away from me.