After two years of unsuccessful attempts to publish a novel, the dynamics of David and Catrina's marriage have changed, forcing Catrina to work while her husband focuses on writing a best seller. As a woman trying to provide for her family, Catrina doesn't understand how David can just stand by and let her work while he stays home. He doesn't communicate, or show affection the way she needs. What is he thinking? But are the issues of their marriage all on David, or is it that Catrina doesn't understand him... is the problem her?