From, the author of the bestselling phenomenon 'Revenge Of The Middle-Aged Woman' comes a compulsive novel about the fascinating tangle of marriage.
Fanny Savage has always been the dutiful wife. Married to Will, a politician with big ambitions, her life is a whirlwind of public engagements. Bound by loyalty to the party, she is required to look good and remain silent. But Fanny is no fool. She's well aware that the world outside her privileged home is one that seethes with despair, danger, division and lack of faith. She knows how fragile happiness can be.
After twenty years of marriage and self-sacrifice, she begins to question her own concepts of fulfilment. Was being the Good Wife worth it, after all?