Portrait of a Married Woman
A dissatisfied wife is tempted by another man in this novel by the New York Times–bestselling author of Out of the Blue: “A wonderful writer” (Luanne Rice, author of The Secret Language of Sisters).
After seventeen years of marriage, Maggie Hollander seems like she has it all. Her husband, Matthew, still loves her deeply, and two irrepressible children complete the picture-perfect family in their elegant New York apartment.
But at thirty-eight, Maggie has questions about herself that grow deeper and more disturbing. Once a promising artist, she decides to return to art class in search of answers. It is there she meets a sculptor who rekindles her talent—and her passion. David Golden will expose Maggie to a tenderness that is as liberating as it is dangerous, and will carry her toward an unforeseen choice . . .
“A living, breathing portrait of a truly contemporary woman . . . A lovely read.” —Barbara Taylor Bradford, New York Times–bestselling author of Voice of the Heart